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Family Imagism Poems

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

Morning Stars
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

She woke up early that morning, opened the window that had a view of a blue sea, just in time for the...

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Categories: family, morning, mother, mother

The Glow of Family
I started in the desert cold
Red cliffs looming o’er my home
Like Scottish aunts inspecting my cradle
I set a course of study 
Veering only to serve...

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© Dean Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, life,

we found it uncomfortable
to hear him rant.
we found it less considering to 
try to understand his logic
his disposition
and even his words.

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Categories: anti bullying,

The Son
Whoa mommy 
Oh where's daddy?
Am i the only son?
I guess he became A ghost
After conserving me, 
Destined to be in the dark
Formulated obstacles and schedules.

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Categories: 11th grade, abortion, age,

Premium Member Forgotten Beauties
The new owners 
marveled at the 
long forgotten perky mini doilies 
with their dainty white petals

two layers of weeds away
from soft pink hollyhocks 
hidden for...

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Categories: flower,

A question of Identity
How do you identify yourself to others,
Do you use an alias,
Hide behind a group,
Or rely on past exploits,
Even the reputation of your brother or sister,

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Categories: allusion, analogy, animal, boy,

Mr Krabs secret formula
Chilling with my computer
Skyping to myself,
Pretending that the computer
Talks lets imagine:
I'm Plankton and i want the secret formula!
The gradients of success,
Too bad: guess that...

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Categories: allegory, identity, image, life,

Pond Heard Waldon Depth Of Despair
No particular rhyme nor,
reason explains to boot
within mind of this (boyish
looking) ole coot,
why sudden flashback didst

kickstart metered metrical foot
when during bout with anorexia nervosa,
I did...

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Categories: angst, art, betrayal, devotion,

Premium Member Christmastime
Cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and pumpkin, float on the air to my waiting nose.

Sounds of paper tearing while laughter echoes throughout each room, inundating my senses...

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Categories: celebration, children, christmas, family,

I look down and I don't recognize myself
I tried to push my legs to go faster
but I guess theirs was faster than mine

Pushed to the...

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Categories: child abuse, death of

Life Course Altered
Have you heard 
Rams and sheep's in a herd;
A human as a shepherd,
But he has to fed his family 
like the wolves do,
So whose wrong?...

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Categories: art, deep, identity, life,

Fo'ever in a Day
Fo'every tear that falls the sun shines just a little more.

       For every breath taken i realize time could...

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© Devon Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addiction, appreciation, beauty, betrayal,

Reduce Strife
Reduce Strife 
Ancestors, ancestors long gone but closer u get.  A great deal of young women is left with the check.  No charge,...

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Categories: absence, angel, black african

Premium Member Putting Shattered Pieces In Their Place
Suffering Held My Hand,

Whilst Intolerance Searched,

For A Friend.


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Categories: betrayal, family,


Imagine a world for no and everyone
Where we all are here to be as one and to save the world
Where we have no differences at...

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Categories: discrimination, family, humanity, imagination,

A story about a young boy and his father,
The boy was smart, diligent but hot tempered,
When vexed he has no choice of words,
He is careless...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, child, conflict,


Echo of the ringing bells
Flying across the valley
Through the forest canopy
And rush in the misty sky 
To kiss the blue mountain range 
Entreaty move towards...

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Categories: desire, nature,

We are children of beggars
we have no choice but to automatically harness our little talent
or what we know it as
knowing how to beg and prolly...

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Categories: childhood, children, humanity, imagery,

Some Pros and Cons of being Virtually Connected to Reality 1st byte
Dune not be bashful, grumpy, leery 
   or any other contemporary dwarf man
even countless less well known dwarves 
   (that never...

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Categories: anger, earth, freedom, hello,

dear parents
 To forgive is like taking a plunge into a nightmare. Its worse to hold a grunge but I  may find a temporary solution...

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Categories: change, dream, humanity, i