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Daughter Son Poems

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


Premium Member Bio Modified - Introverted Encourager
Introverted
Christian, puzzle-solving, athletic, musician
Who loves his bride, his children, his lineage. 
I think love is the key to most locks, joy is attainable, peace is...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: art, daughter, grandchild, son,



A Salute To The Frontliners
A Salute To The Frontliners
Free Verse
Ernilando L. Tugaff


Men and Women in Uniform
'though you are not  soldiers
You are  warriors in your field of endeavor
You...

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Categories: son, bereavement, caregiving, courage, emotions,

My name is Cousin Paulie
My name is Cousin Paulie,
Average bloke in an average job,
Father to a daughter who was killed by a virus,
while neutropenic from chemotherapy,
Son to an 89...

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Categories: betrayal, daughter, father, son,

My Ail For Thy Presence
Mommy...you are not there 
In my darkest hour 
When I miss you 
When I need you 

To be my candle flame 
To talk to me
To...

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Categories: son, child, hurt, longing, mother

All My Children
All My Children
by Michael R. Burch
 
It is May now, gentle May,
and the sun shines pleasantly
upon the blousy flowers
of this backyard cemet'ry,
upon my children as...

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Categories: son, bereavement, child, childhood, children,



Woman
Woman

Woman was a gift from you, 
When you created earth.
Taken from the rib of man,
'Twas you who gave her birth.

Beautiful above all things
In Adam's paradise,
A...

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© C R Lord  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, creation, daughter, god, gospel,

Evan
I want to be good he said, I want to be the best..
So I told him to keep playing, and that endurance is the test.
So...

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Categories: son, child, encouraging, family, feelings,

Unfair Names
I’ve been called an inequity spotter
(although some will just call me a “rotter”).
Names are biased for sons:
yours and mine — everyone’s.
I propose to make JohnSON...

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Categories: son, daughter, father daughter, father

Premium Member Hearing It From The Loud Speaker
He once owned the Taj Mahal 
And knew how to work the law. 
Before there was a call 
And the Speaker made moves to make...

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Categories: son, appreciation, corruption, father daughter,

Premium Member mother's eyes
I'm the two year old
with white hair and wrinkly skin-
mother's eyes' magic




Honorable Mention in STRAND SELECT 7 ,any form ,any theme Poetry Contest sponsored by...

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Categories: daughter, magic, mother, son,

Morning Stars
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

She woke up early that morning, opened the window that had a view of a blue sea, just in time for the...

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Categories: son, family, morning, mother, mother

The Great Writer's Fate, Part II
...Is impressing some professor,
or some critic with pretentious airs,
worth telling my own children that
their father will never be there?

Is acting like a profound wit
that can...

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Categories: son, art, celebrity, family, father,

Premium Member Letting Go
I gave birth to you
But God gave the earth to you
To live — to explore...

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Categories: mother daughter, mother son,

Premium Member Come Home
Come Home

Please listen to me. 
You have not "done" anything, 
that I have not done before, 
or if you have, 
then we can still talk....

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, absence, addiction, anti bullying,

Premium Member Goodbye
Goodbye

I waved as you left the drive. 
I heard your sweet voice… 
ever cheerful.

Hours passed. 
I did the dishes. 
I cleaned up. 
I got ready...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, angel, daughter, family, farewell,

God Said Sweet Son Should Select
God Said Sweet Son (Daughter) Should Select

God said sweet son (daughter) should select;
Which had a correct and tremendous effect;
We will want,
After hunt;
He (She) as perfect...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, allegory, analogy,

In my mother's shoes
As a baby I once played in my mother shoes
I walked in them with my little feet like a skier

I would trip in them and...

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Categories: son, age, mentor, missing, mom,

Premium Member The Abortionist
Abortionist 

Consent Not Granted!

I Am That I Am
...

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Categories: son, abortion, atheist, celebration, christian,

Premium Member I AM HIS CHILD AND I BELIEVE IN GOD-LAMENT
I AM HIS CHILD AND I BELIEVE IN GOD-LAMENT-



I am alone
I dress without fear
I need reminding Jesus is ALWAYS HERE
I am related to  God,...

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Categories: son, analogy, appreciation, child, confidence,

Premium Member Daughter-Son
Daughter/Son

co-created
happily engaging
both are related their blood relatives
both are related their blood relatives
competing ever loving
sister and brother
children


9/28/19
Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. ©2019
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Categories: son, analogy, appreciation, daughter, meaningful,