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Divorce Parents Poems

These Divorce Parents poems are examples of Parents poems about Divorce. These are the best examples of Parents Divorce poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Divorce
Vowing love now departing
Over time
Comes with
Eternal peace for all....

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Categories: parents, cry, hurt, kid, love,

Vicious Rhythm
The lump in my throat compelled me to believe.

that once there was a time of festiveness,

which has now turned into a vicious rhythm.

The unrealized desires...

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Categories: parents, anxiety, childhood, children, fate,

Expensive Divorce
Divorce is not flight nor sacrifice
It's closer to a bonfire of half of me 
It’s not disowning mothers for elation

Divorce is unnatural among parrots
Parents come...

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Categories: parents, animal, appreciation, break up,

Two Parents Grieving
Inspired by a moving storyline in a show. There is no greater loss than the loss of a child. The only thing worse is how...

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Categories: parents, bereavement, child, death, emotions,

Tyke Voices
She grabbed at the quarter full pop bottle neck, 
cream soda from Marsh’s,
and held like a truncheon, in the harshest
of voices 
produced an otherworldly sound,...

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Categories: parents, anger,

Premium Member Love Daddy Now Hate Daddy Please
Here is your new stepfather.
Lucky you!
We are in love.
He will love you like he loves me!
The child is two, he does not quite understand.

Here are...

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Categories: parents, 10th grade, 6th grade,

Premium Member Absence of a Sibling
Absence of a Sibling

I always imagined you’d call me
Want to spend time, Sunday dinner
All meet up for a birthday, Christmas
Just thought you’d pop in, child...

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© Dave Cox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: parents, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Broken Home
A broken Home is
Not only when parents got divorce
Nor when one parent died.
It is a broken Home 
When both parents are alive but there's no...

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Categories: home, pain, parents,

Premium Member Someday

When I grow up, 
I want to be... like my father. 
He serves in the military, 
and helps other people 
around the world. 
He fights...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: parents, america, angel, family, father,

Premium Member A Marrytime Tale
They say Marriage is a 50/50 love, yet
at its end I became that lonesome dove.
Seeing I was outnumbered, I slowly caved into 
her marital masquerade,...

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Categories: parents, analogy, anger, children, divorce,

Premium Member Oblivious One

we are oblivious to it all, the death, the lies, the cries of nature and spirits among mankind, powerful sweet repose we will regret our...

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Categories: parents, allusion, analogy, anger, angst,

Premium Member Hidden From Me
i'd always been taught that everything happens for the best,
that it's all meant to be, that everything i see, hear about,
feel, and what-have-you comes from...

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Categories: parents, abuse, children, divorce, faith,

Premium Member Mush-Mellows and Cream
Mush-mellows and Cream

Sweet cream and butter, 
sugar, milk and eggs, 
the treat to eat, 
and no one knows, 
the secret. 

“Mush” is a funny plant,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: parents, celebration, emotions, meaningful, metaphor,

Premium Member The Dark
The Dark

If I were a color, I think I would be pink. 
It is soft and sweet, the smell, the kindest treat. 
Perhaps not…
If I...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: parents, anger, cry, humanity, innocence,

Premium Member Say Goodbye To Mom
Holding head down he simmers in anguish
Scribbling restless shapes in red crayon
Concealing bitterness of a child forlorn.

At a tender young age he knows of divorce

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Categories: angst, child, divorce, parents,