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An Uppercut I Remember
Dad hit me only once, an upper cut to the solar plexus. It nearly lifted me off my feet. I was 17 then and already fairly tall, 6’1.” He was 48 and of medium height,...

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Categories: father son,
Form: Blank verse



Premium Member Trust In Jesus - The Linked Style

 ~ Trust  In  Jesus ~
 ( Linked )



 Trust in Jesus
 T
 Jesus loves you
 R
 You, me, and  all
 U
 All in  this   World 
 S
 World...

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Categories: father son, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Surviving Your Own Life
My father and I did not share all that much,
More like passing a truck on the road
Parent’s squabbles I overheard offered me clues
And at times I caught glimpse of his load.

His freight always sealed with...

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Categories: family, father son,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 3
Ask your friend, neighbour or even a stranger newly-met
Have they ever been damaged by a ‘trust’ ….now turned ‘regret’?
Most men, if not all, have fashioned their character on personal experience
Yet these damned hypocrites are themselves...

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Categories: father son, abuse, corruption, earth, i am, life, men,
Form: Lay
Premium Member The Night I Grew Up
Dad, I remember well the night I grew up. 
I know you remember that night too...
   I know you never forgot this happening:
  
It was 1966, an early Fall night, around 10:30...

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Categories: father son, 9th grade, brother, confusion, father daughter, father
Form: Bio



For Josh Q On His Bar Mitzvah
1.

Our blessing, our son, our family clown
The cracker of jokes, the soother of strife
Takes it all in, teaches us to slow down
Although he bungee jumped straight into life

Yes, when he’s ready, he can move so...

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Categories: father son, jewish,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Hope-and a father is could be
Hope and…a father is could be 

Against all odds and expectations
so many rules and norms and
clever theories society’s demands
cultures and conventions there is
no magic wand no miracle solution

I throw you high up in the air
and...

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Categories: childhood, fantasy, father daughter, father son,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Avatar Son
I have a son,
in whom I am well pleased,
with more than his share of heart
and mindbody intelligence,
to comprehend vastness of Earth's evolving history
and future demise,
to comprehend full emptiness of universes within
and without
co-arising nondual lonely/solitude
double-binary universes
de/re-generative,

Enough...

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Categories: father son, happiness, health, identity, integrity, political,
Form: Political Verse
MONGOLOPHOBIA AND THE EASTERN HORDE
Neither a fable, 
Nor a tale, 
This is a fact,
A story to tell,
To everyone, female and male.
To generations, younger and frail.

About a threat, a monster from the East,
That struck the world like a beast,
Attacked Europe...

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Categories: father son, christian, conflict, culture, fear, history, violence, war,
Form: Rhyme
Seed of Birth
Moments to Reflect
Seed of Birth
After a summer shower I watch the wonders unfold Gods truth is being shown. His love for all shall be known to all who have eyes that can see. The miracle...

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Categories: father son, inspirational, life, father, son, god, war, world,
Form: Prose
CONVERSION
CONVERSION

1
Everyday is a test, no rest, a contest, put up my best, I confess
Hardwired and tired, flawed with mud and mire, no liar but on fire
I will connect, will not fret but you can bet...

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Categories: father son, baptism, bible, conflict, endurance, passion, religion, solitude,
Form: Rhyme
Catholics Are Born Again Christians
We Catholics are Born Again Christian because we genuinely repent from our sins
and are baptized in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Catholics are born again Christian because we believe in Lord Jesus...

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Categories: father son, bible, encouraging, inspirational,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member No More Empty Praise
I have prayed and prayed and prayed,
You don't listen ... I see the man who
Raised me, the man who worked his
Ass off day after day after 14-hour day,

The man who sacrificed EVERYthing so
His family could...

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Categories: age, anger, father son, love, old, parents,
Form: Free verse
Creation, Curse and Promise
Since eternity past God the Father Son & Holy Spirit dwelled in unity and sweet fellowship.
Then Three-In-One decided to make a marvelous universe with an earth for life to dwell.
Creating an amazing array of creatures...

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Categories: father son, christian, god, hope, inspirational, jesus, life, relationship,
Form: Prose Poetry
ANOTHER DAY IN THE MINE
ANOTHER DAY IN THE MINE
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS
	


I woke up this morning with a pain in my back
From a cold wind blowing in through a crack
I sleep with my little brother and he hogs the blankets
What...

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Categories: character, environment, father, father son, freedom, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Uncle Michael
His ramrod back, his brill-creamed hair 
and waxed moustache gave him a certain air, 
a certain dash, and a military bearing. 
His speech was clipped. He walked his stick 
with sergeant major's flick.
His corduroys ...

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Categories: father son, friend, fun, soulmate, suicide,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member With A Capital R

                    You're slipping away again ...

Will you return this time, or are you done?
  ...

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Categories: death, father son, feelings, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Legacy Worth Bearing

I was named ...
For my father, but not quite as you might think ...
His first name is my middle name, Richard,
And his middle name, Thomas, was my brother's first name,
(Though my brother switched his first...

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Categories: appreciation, family, father, father son, pride,
Form: Free verse
Walter V: A Father's Pride
He comes to his father holding his pet,
“Something’s wrong with Beano, he needs a vet!”

The Father looks down and seeing the frog,
Struggles with words to explain to the sprog.

So he takes a deep breath and...

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Categories: animal, boy, father son, pride,
Form: Couplet
Who Is A True Christian
A True Christian is born of the spirit of God and he is the new creation of God
He display the fruit of the spirits in his life which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness,...

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Categories: father son, bible, christian, culture, devotion,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Well-Timed Oxygen
What is phosphorous to me
asked oxygen.
Yes, He fuels light
where we briefly meet,
but light or sulfuric scented dark
are dipolar appositionals to me,
Janus faces of oxygen as s'posd to be.

What is sulfur to me
exclaimed oxygen!
Yes, she eros...

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Categories: father son, analogy, beauty, health, humor, love, psychological, science,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Dorothea Gift of God
she was only too aware that her own conception had been maculate

it had been not been a virginal birth and yet a blessed gift from God

	
	her mother a whore in the town’s creep joint

	father a...

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Categories: father son, abuse, allah,
Form: Free verse
The cry of The Cross

The land was cloaked in a black dress,
The crowd was watching my Christ die,
When the blinding darkness, the deafening stillness 
Was shattered by an overwhelming cry;

Resonating, reaching up to heaven across-
A cry in anguishful agony,
My...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: father son, god, gospel, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Miracle on 44th Street
Lyrical On 44th Street
 

The argument started at the table
 
He was too soft,
 too timid to quote Gable
 
She said ,"Your dreams aren't keeping the lights on.
 
If I see you writing again, your...

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Categories: caregiving, change, family, father son, inspirational, retirement,
Form: Free verse
A Call From A Son
A Call From A Son

When you called today
I sensed in your voice “sweet smiles”.
I heard a slight hint of laughter
Sent out to me, all of those miles.

You were driving on your way home
After working so...

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© Old buck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, anxiety, father son, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme