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Forgive Me Son Poems

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Premium Member What do you tell such a son
What do you tell a son 
   who leaves for a far-away place
To build a life with his new wife
   to...

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Categories: father son, growth, love,



Premium Member What I Done
Won't you forget what I done
Please forgive me won't you son
Should never've touched that gun
Mom's love truly was my only one
Didn't mean the killin' I...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, forgiveness, hate, heart, love,

Not From You Dad
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Categories: family, father son,

A fortune
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski 5/25/2019

Have you seen, Mother? - we gathered a fortune.

I know - it's not a lot.
But I like to sometimes in the...

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Categories: mother, philosophy, son,

God's Plan
God had a plan
I did not know
One rainy night
He was called to go

To heaven he went
To fill Gods plan
One so wonderful 
Only he would understand...

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© Steve Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, death, god, hurt, pain,



Premium Member MAMA DON T CRY OVER ME A DISOBEDIENT CHILD---

MAMA DON T CRY OVER ME A DISOBEDIENT CHILD---

Mama don't cry
Wipe these tears from your eyes
I'm your child
Yes, I was born in sin
You and daddy...

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Categories: son, absence, cry, encouraging, endurance,

Premium Member LETTERS LOST AT WAR 4
Im still alive momma been weeks I know but no break to write  momma they killed Johnny he died in my arms momma I...

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Categories: son, death, military, mother, mother

Forgive Me Mother
The time will come to join you,
The moment of reconciliation is near,
I cannot bear your absence anymore,
When will my time be here?
You cannot take me,
Even...

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© Dedu Son  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: son, emotions, forgiveness, mother, mother

Premium Member Judgment
Bang the gavel. Bang it again. 
   It's Judgment Day for my children.
Bang the gavel. Bang it again.
   I sit on...

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Categories: father daughter, father son,

Premium Member Mother
Cheers to my mother I’ll share a tale,
After a swig of lime-soaked gin,
To which I’ll use the drink to avail,
Words worthy of an eyesight’s spin:

There...

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Categories: mother, mother son, parents,

Premium Member Love Gone By
Remembrances of my beloved son and
Old photos mounted on tears of time;
Misty images of happy days gone by,
Accuse me now of an unforgiving crime.
Nevermore to...

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Categories: forgiveness, love, remember, son,

A LETTER TO MY SON'S
A LETTER 2 MY SON'S

I'M WRITING THIS LETTER 2 TELL U HOW MUCH U BOYS MEAN 2 ME.  I HOPE IT DON'T GET 2...

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Categories: son, change, children, forgiveness, mother

The dam broke daddy, but I never noticed the flood
V1:
I guess why doesn't matter, but I know I always will.
wonder why you were the you, the one I tried to kill.
I left you long...

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Categories: father son, forgiveness,

Premium Member From My Diary: Sadness
Dear Diary,                       ...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, son, suicide,

Wet Desert Hope
Sad mother   ...   no son
Went off to war, never come home
No phone call, no letter come
Flowers planted in the garden,
came spring...

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Categories: angst, mother son, nature,

Premium Member My Amazing Son Scottie


Been blessed with an amazing son Scottie
Forgive me for being a homer and kinda cocky
He's not really classy
But sure loves the lassies
Lassies love him back,...

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Categories: son, pride,

My Son Seven
My soul crys out for the love denied and  secrets untold,
Awaiting in solitude these chains of loneliness in bondage they hold,
My heart great how...

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Categories: son, addiction,

I'm so sorry
I can write with my hand that I'm sorry,
but it's hard for me to say it with my mouth.

That's why I wrote this poem.

Boy I...

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Categories: age, boy, destiny, son,

SON OF GOD
I still remember the first time I met
You and i said to myself not yet
And now i got to live with regret
For not accepting for...

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Categories: son, art,

Somber Eyes
Somber eyes in the mirror
Can't be seen any clearer
Forgive me for the damage done
I never saw my unborn son
Wasting in my own pity
Walking the land...

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Categories: son, addiction, analogy, anxiety, birth,