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Family Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Family Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Family. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Family poems written by international poets.


God Created Unity and Infinity
God Created Unity and Infinity
 
God made ships including sea and shore;
Our family and friends who we do adore;
Wonderful wife that children would yield;
Friendly farm...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, analogy,



Premium Member Fourth Floor Of Nowhere

Fourth floor of nowhere had a back room where
I spent some secret time in younger days;
a full- yet empty space above the stair
that led me...

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Categories: childhood, home, memory, surreal,

Premium Member My Thoughts on Gratitude
I’m deeply grateful for the love of God;
for family and friends and my good health;
for nature, poetry, my home and church;
for what, to me, is...

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Categories: appreciation, thanks,

My Covid Hope
Corona and Covid disrupted this year.
Leaving the world confounded; paralyzed with fear.
Lives lost in droves;too much sorrow to count.
Everyone shrouded under storm clouds of doubt.
Sanitized,...

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Categories: anxiety, blessing, encouraging, feelings,

Slavery's Children
The lines were blurred for prisoners who slaved
in mines or rowed the heavy wooden ships
for years, while overseen by men depraved,
who tormented and drove with...

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Categories: black african american, slavery,



Little Lily
Little lily lost in leisure 
Trying to trace her long lost treasure 
Where to find and where to not 
But ended up finding what she...

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Categories: care, character, child, dark,

A Walk to St Mary's Church
A restless night, another hum-drum day,
Resolve to take a pleasurable walk;
I make my way towards St Mary’s church.
Across the street, a sixteenth century home –
Maltravers...

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© Mike Jones  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history, journey, travel,

Premium Member An Incomplete Love Story
They met aboard a cruise one summer day;
     their days and nights were filled with ecstasies.
     ...

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Categories: love, sad love,

Premium Member Fridays
When I was young, my weekends started with
an after-supper bonus Friday nights—
soft drinks and candy bars. We watched one of
three channels while we relished these...

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Categories: career, family, time,

Premium Member Sad Journeyman of Death
Sad Journeyman of Death

Sad journeyman of life’s unending tests
bides time in loathsome sojourn cross each dawn
respecting naught but future’s numbered breaths
a-weep upon the touch of...

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Categories: death, family, war,

Jewel in the Crown
The cable car proceeds, its old motif
on slender wire eyed by waiting queue -
So much it seems depends on thin belief -
We flew upon anonymous...

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© Sneha RV  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, family, mother, mothers

Premium Member Foreign Exchange Students
			

		The high-school kids who came from foreign lands
		to spend one year at my small school inspired
		us teachers. Their adaptability
		amazed me. It was clear they most...

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Categories: education, inspiration,

April

If I would be stronger,
without crucial mistakes,
if I would have last longer,
wouldn't step on the brakes.
Wouldn't consider an ending,
surrender at last,
get depressed at a bird...

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Categories: life, love, stress,

Premium Member If I Could Change The Past
September eleven, two-thousand-one...
dark age of homeland terror had begun.
If only I could change this horrid past,
alleviate deep pain from grief at last.

Three thousand souls were...

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Categories: bereavement, death, family, farewell,

Villainous Volcano
To be related to a volcano,
Groomed to stifle oceanic ember,
Doomed to love less, so fearful to love her,
The dragon is feared even in slumber,
It's beautiful...

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Categories: anger, angst, dad, family,