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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 Past Mistakes
I often wondered how I came to be,
Brought up by relatives so far away,
My parents fought, in parting they were free,
My lonely life never indulged...

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Categories: love,

Premium Member Rambunctious And Wild
Nothing is more precious than a child's love,
knowing that it places its trust in you.
Their innocence is a gift from above,
and I, for one, believe...

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Categories: age, beautiful, child, feelings,

Premium Member My Beautiful Traumatic Brain Injury
The day my mind folded over the highway. 
in sunny Florida citrus surrounded me 
the breeze was just right as oranges danced. 
with lemons scents...

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Categories: beautiful, caregiving, memory, mental

Premium Member To See the Other Side
To See The Other Side

The mountain looms bold, impeding my ambitions.
My stature dwarfs to accept these preconditions,
My prestige cowers and independence shatters,
There is no solidity...

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Categories: extended metaphor, life, perspective,

Dinnertime Stories
Did you know that it is dinner, my dear?
You forever in your room thee door shut.
You needeth join us, lend a willing ear? 
Thee father...

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Categories: childhood, deep, family, for

Under the Umbrella
She's my neighbor; we study, from childhood, in the same school.
When we were younger, we regarded ourselves as best friends.
As she grows, she starts to...

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Categories: boy, childhood, girl, life,

Abandonment, like murder, grows as a grave crime today,
A sin of commission, against persons and animals;
Aren't children who desert their old parents and run away,

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Categories: betrayal, life, parents, pets,

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Categories: appreciation, love, marriage, passion,

Premium Member Unfinished Sonnet
I'm told that I'm supposed to write a sonnet, 
It isn't something I could ever do; 
I know I'd rather shop to buy a bonnet;...

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© Jay Narain  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sonnet, smile,

Premium Member Now When I Go Visit, Tears Fall, It Makes Me Sad
Now When I Go Visit, Tears Fall, It Makes Me Sad

He rode the high plains to hell's dead weathered edge
Across the highest mountain on a...

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Categories: appreciation, dad, family, hero,

Premium Member Now Gone, I So Wish I Could Sing a Song
Now Gone, I So Wish I Could Sing A Song

Why did he smile only by few inches
His face contorted and it was askew
By the garden...

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Categories: dad, father, hero, love,

Ice Cream On a Summers Day
To me , 
Loving you was like 
That one warm august day 
The one forever imprinted in your brain. 
When your parents finally 
Let you...

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© Emma Doubt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: best friend,

Premium Member The Sonnet of Jane Doe
The Sonnet of Jane Doe

Jane Doe, number one four two. 
What is your name, what did you do? 
Were you a sister a banker or...

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Categories: death, murder, sad,

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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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, best friend, blessing,

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