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Parents Sonnet Poems

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

Premium Member Buttercups and Sweet Peas Reaped

The Stages Set for Grief

"What you sow, I reap --
after I fu*k it over."
-- a grossly obese Grim Reaper
yet of an appetite

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Categories: pain,

Mary Jo
Mary Jo

Mary Jo, where are you now? Dusty bones in a cemetery?
A dashing man drove you through the night, over a bridge
that wasn’t there, into...

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Categories: absence, best friend, blessing,

My ever dearest siblings,
Through this sonnet, allow me to express my love for you, Brods and Sis, emanating from the Lord, exemplified by our...

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Categories: blessing, christian, faith, family,

Premium Member Expectations Grate

Happy Mealtime

"From time to time, children mature into liars and cheats --
or even parents."
-- a poet-philosopher
as well as diaper free

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Categories: pain,

Premium Member You Are Precious - The Sonnet Style

~ You  Are  Precious  ~
 ( Sonnet )


In His eyes you are always precious you know. 
God made you unique in every...

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Categories: sonnet, christian, faith, hope, love,

On the retirement of Matthew Ingall, Headmaster
Everyone remembers it -
the little ones, that first day there;
for parents, that place where
the kids come out, and people chat.

Teachers too look back - that...

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Categories: school,

The Orphan and the Pearl
These words were written by a pearl with craft
A child went to Egypt with no quiver
The land of idolatry and witchcraft 
To find a sole...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, child, kid,

Premium Member From a Childless Father
None rankle me like a parent so blind,
  he or she that see what they choose to see.
O readers, I beg of that rudest...

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Categories: children, parents,

Premium Member The Unpainted Clapboard House
We had moved six times in my seven years
Always some apprehension on my part
At this new school, red-necked bullies to fear
Only I did not know...

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Categories: abuse,

Living in my little world
That cannot be illustrated by word
I didn't choose myself neither did you
Who should be blamed my parents or who

At sunrise I...

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Categories: sonnet, africa, anxiety, confidence, creation,

the orchard
The orchard

It was a beautiful apple tree with low hanging fruit
shaped by a gardener whose parents had been Jehovah witnesses 
(His parents didn´t believe in...

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© jan hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, car, child, earth

Premium Member There Was a Time
There was a time long ago when I felt inferior
For we didn’t have the niceties when I was a lad,
Our home was furnished of the...

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Categories: childhood, destiny, memory, motivation,

Premium Member Winter Delights
I am a Winter child so I love snow,
it is a delight to walk with snowflakes;
I like it when the snow will dance and...

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Categories: nature,

Brain Cells
Written By:  D. Collins 12/3/21

Brain cells are the cause of the stuff we're in.
Where obvious individuals don't get treatment.
The true instigators are now on...

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Categories: parents,

Rose And Me
She, like a pink Garnet or rubies, has attracted me,
Her, as my playmate of childhood, all around I could see;
Amid dahlia, daisy, cosmos, crocus, phlox,...

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Categories: flower, life, love, rose,