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Daughter Lay Poems

These Daughter Lay poems are examples of Lay poems about Daughter. These are the best examples of Lay Daughter poems written by international poets.

How sweet it was to feel your touch.
Scent of your skin I missed as much.

From far across the world you came.
Alas, you had to leave...

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Categories: absence, daughter, emotions,

Premium Member To my darling daughter, as I lay me down
As I lay me down to sleep, for the last and final time
I leave you, my daughter, with this testament's chime

No matter the temperature, no...

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Categories: lay, appreciation, light, love, nature,

And Grandmaw was Right
As I Look Back Upon My Past Youth......
Now Really Realizing of  All  Them  Truths............
Of  What  My Grandmaw Said,So Long Ago..........

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Categories: beautiful, bible, black african

This poem is to my mother 
gave birth to me and to her daughter
once she was married to my father
but they divorced because of so...

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Categories: beautiful, cool, cute love,

The Curse
The Children Suffer
They wonder how they got this far
It is only now
That they get an epiphany
Realisation of why
Their eyes had always been rainy

It all started...

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Categories: analogy, feelings, grief, mother,

Lay Down and Rest
Lay down and rest now,lay down and rest 
You've sown wisely,you've given your best. 
As friend, wife, and mother you've labored with love 
No worries...

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Categories: lay, bereavement, death, dedication,

Booming Night
Bang! Bang!
A roaring sound erupted from downstairs awakening my sister and I, 
Silence over filled the house.
My sister and I laid in our bed immobile,...

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Categories: cry, dark, daughter, deep,

Expose of Passion
You ask me now to sum the beauty in sun's eyes
And make of love the distinction that love despise
And all figures come only to my...

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Categories: nostalgia, passion, beauty, longing,

The thunderous thunder

Came thundering in a turmoiled town

Timing my timeless time,

June, you played a fowl gain

You can’t spare us even for once

That we may eat...

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Categories: confusionmay,