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Mother Son Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
She Winked At Me Larry Bradfield Couplet mother son,
Premium Member Poem The Star and the Stripe Operation Orange Free verse love, memory, mother son,
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Time heals Stewart Annie Everestus Free verse mother son, cry, father, fear, mother
Premium Member Poem Expectant Mother Touches her Babe Caren Krutsinger Free verse mother son, baby, birth, blessing, mom,
SPECIAL CHILD'S COUNTENANCE Beata Agustin Enclosed Rhyme mother son, appreciation, christian, faith, god,
Swedish Saga CHRISTOPHER BOWEN Verse mother son, bible, christian, death, marriage,
Premium Member Poem Mothers day 2019 Gordon Alexander Free verse mother daughter, mother son,
Premium Member Poem The Wife the Mama the Matriarchal Educator Caren Krutsinger Free verse mother son, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem A Gorgeous Hunk Gershon Wolf Limerick love, mother son,
Premium Member Poem Mama's MasonJar Theology Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse mother son, christian, creation, health, humor,
Premium Member Poem Something Stubborn Greg Gaul Sonnet mother son, confidence, emotions, love, mother,
My soon to be 18yr old Nagella Jean-Baptiste Free verse family, mother son, truth,
Premium Member Poem Only Child Leaves The Nest Edward Ibeh Senryu mother son, goodbye, growth, leaving, mother,
Premium Member Poem STOOD BY ME DIANE PERNA Free verse mother son, anti bullying, boy, devotion,
Oh My Precious Son Michelle Naves Rhyme mother son, encouraging, love, mom, mother
Premium Member Poem Hanks Richard Breese Limerick mother son, cheer up, confusion, farm,
Tribute Bongani Zungu I do not know? mother son, moving on,
Premium Member Poem Until the Sandman Comes Gregory R Barden Rhyme mother son, appreciation, child, leaving, life,
Premium Member Poem A Childhood Memory Gregory R Barden Roundel mother son, appreciation, childhood, memory, mother
The world is unkind for Jonah Anna Hopper Limerick mother son,
Funeral Luke Goodman Rhyme mother son, death, farewell, grandmother, mother
Premium Member Poem Eternal Love Susan Jeavons Rhyme mother son, child, cry, death, emotions,
Floating on Swollen Feet Benjamin Johnson I do not know? mother son, abuse, anxiety, conflict, mother
Super Mum Cheryl Davies Rhyme mother son, child, children, funny love,
Aborted Child Sammette Williams Prose Poetry abortion, baby, mother son,
Premium Member Poem Hide-and-seek Child Susan Jeavons Rhyme mother son, boy, child, memorial, mother
To Phillip, a Child I Lost Wanda Daugherty Prose Poetry mother son, baby, child, christian, depression,
Another Attempt To Conjecture How I Came Tubby Me matthew harris Bio mother son, baby, desire, education, fire,
Premium Member Poem IT'S NUST NICE TO START SOME DAYS WITH A LOVE POEM Jim Yerman Verse child, love, mother son,
THE BROKEN MIRROR Mathew Daniel Free verse mother son, dark, depression, emotions, fate,
When Mother Pulls The Cart Subimal Sinha-Roy Rhyme mother son, dedication, middle school, mother
Your Beloved Joey Brenda Rose Rhyme mother son, christian, death, emotions, eulogy,
Premium Member Poem lonliness Steve Wood Rhyme mother son, cry, dark, death, depression,
Premium Member Poem Emmett Till Denis Briggs Rhyme mother son, black african american, dark,
Mom, I Love You Forever Eugene Harvey Verse mother son, appreciation, family, i love
Hello Mother Tawanda Nyahasha Narrative mother son, absence, anger, character, growing
Let me be the sunset Tracey holmes Free verse mother son,
The Christmas Mule DM Babbit Narrative animal, god, mother son,
A Mother's Plea Kaveesha Ruwindi Sonnet mother, mother son, my
Premium Member Poem SAD CHRISTMAS Line Gauthier Free verse mother son, christmas, death, heartbroken, loneliness,
Premium Member Poem MAMA DON T CRY OVER ME A DISOBEDIENT CHILD--- James Edward Lee Sr. Lyric mother son, absence, cry, encouraging, endurance,
VOICES Ann Gilmour Rhyme inspirational, mother son, voice,
Premium Member Poem She Saved Her Best for Last Gershon Wolf Narrative conflict, miracle, mother son,
Unnecessary Removal Of Adenoids matthew harris Bio mother son, 1st grade, anxiety, fate,
Drugs Kevon Worrell Rhyme mother son, abuse, addiction, death, drug,
Premium Member Poem MOM'S INNER VOICE Jim Yerman Verse mother son, mom, mother, mother daughter,
Premium Member Poem Civil Unrest Phillip Garcia Rhyme mother son, mother, son,
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 4 Marc Pallanes I do not know? mother son, death, military, mother, mother
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 3 Marc Pallanes I do not know? mother son, boy, father son, military,
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 2 Marc Pallanes I do not know? mother son, soldier, son,

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So young, I was, and so naive There was no doubt, I did believe this babe who's latched inside my womb with ties we had,... would always be Latched on was he, as he was fed then later days, our hands instead Not tall enough to open gates I would reach the latch for his escape In time he grew to need more space The cord we had, still had it's place The loving ties from birth, so long were gently stretching.., moving on, yet still remaining full and strong In time he grew, to be a man Our bond had changed, but still lives on He fell in love, as it should be His bond with her, I'm glad to see doesn't mean our own is gone Songs are sung when lovers part but no song for a mother's heart When new adventures come one day and new roads take him far away The man he is, has been set free to be the man he wants to be The child he was is never gone She's letting go, yet holding on If once, one wish, were mine to choose so many would my thoughts pursue But one within my heart still yearns for just one day, the clocks would turn Together you and I would be sitting there among the trees I would lift you up upon my knee just as we did when you were three…
___________________________________________________________________ For Francine's Contest: Children In Rhyme

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