Family Poetry Poems

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


Premium MemberDear Budding Poet: by Sheri Fresonke Harper
Dear Budding Poet:
Modern poetry is a sandbox for all who would build, smash, trash, shake up, and take up the art. Poetry is not writ,...

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Categories: poems, poetry, poets, words,

Floating Islands by Jon Jennings
They come and go, across the bluish skies. Grasses green beneath the floating islands wave emerald hands and fairest well wishes to all who set...

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Categories: poetry, family,



The Old Rocking Chair by Robin Ferri
There's an old rocking chair
in the parlor
where I rock to the dreams
of long ago
dreaming of an old fashioned family
and the love of my old fashioned...

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Categories: poetry, blue, dream, meaningful, memory,

Shall I compare life to a game by Suzanna Sladojevic
Shall I compare life to a game?
Sometimes the coldness in life, 
Can tremble the bones,
Of brave men, 
And women,
Alike.

By chance some may see heaven,
To shine...

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Categories: poetry, adventure, games, happy, imagery,

Premium MemberLike Falling Snowflakes by Broken Wings
Dear Budding Poet . . . 

   My view on modern poetry is that one must read the poets of old, to grasp
the...

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What is love by Eke jeffrey chinedu
It is quiet and dark,with no one around,
Just a little girl,who was almost dying.
My heart felt so heavy with grief
when she looked at me
with those...

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Categories: poetry, child, death, loneliness, love,

Love, The Exit Strategy by curtis johnson
As I prepared to come here, my family, relatives, and friends anticipated my arrival. By prepare, I mean that I was in a developmental process...

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Categories: poetry, angel, death, god,

LIFE by MARVIN UGORJI
LIFE
Some say life has no end
While some say it has an end
That it ceases when
Someone living die

Some say that there is life
After the person has...

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Categories: poetry, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium MemberCOMMON Empathy by Emile Pinet
 

Common empathy...links us through mere words
whisperings orchestrated by songbirds.
The sound of laughter bonds our souls and hearts
repairing dreams...we patch the broken parts.

We love to...

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Categories: poetry, 9th grade, character, feelings,

but still stillness by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Help me
the call of the desperate
a furlong voice sent on quest
from which it will never return
Looking for hope from a god
who is not be there
Darkness...

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Happy families by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
All that i remember is a hint of lies and imagination
Stories stole from mundane movies and stunted tv shows
My life blank pages written in white...

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I am without me by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
It claws from beneath, etheral hands and body
You see me but he is there behind the false mask
Friends and family fooled by his spoiled smile
All...

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Premium MemberHappy 100th Birthday Joyce by Connie Marcum Wong
Well, what can I say to help you celebrate such a momentous day!
I would like to speak about the things I know best about you...

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Categories: age, birthday, poetry, tribute,

Besma by Besma Riabi Dziri
Besma


Friendly, sensitive, hardworking.

Daughter of a hearty kind man and a strict independent woman.

Who loves her family, happy environments and challenges.

Who feels sorry about what happens...

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Categories: identity, poetry,

Deer rest Glasgow by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Another dreary journey down deaths highway
The daily life of cursed work
Outside Glasgows fair kiss
The free tv shows views as cars driven by the undead squeeze...

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Premium MemberHeirs Of The Struggle by millard lowe

Paradoxically, slavery showed equanimity—
Its suffering displayed no discrimination;
We all shared equally, its debilitation,
And were equally denied any sympathy
Over the Middle Passage odyssey;

Black men were prized;...

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Categories: poetry, africa, black african american,

happiness by angelina calamare
People wait.
They wait for friday
They wait for summer,happiness

People wait for happiness
They wait for that special something
			Or special someone.
Money isn't true happiness
Fame isn't true happiness
What true...

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Categories: poetry, 8th grade, happiness, happy,

A Lost Art by Michael McCarthy
I love to meet with friends, and to sit with them and chat,
A rewarding way to pass the time, discussing this and that,
As we set...

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Categories: poetry, community, culture, education, language,

Premium MemberDENTURN POETRY - FINDING ME by Mick Talbot
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I have always tried to be me.
I had no choice in the army. 
Six and a half years, had enough! 
The discipline, stupid, not tough!...

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Categories: poetry, family, me, military, true

America, The Prodigal by curtis johnson
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Categories: poetry, america, christian, faith, god,