Brother Writing Poems

These Brother Writing poems are examples of Writing poems about Brother. These are the best examples of Writing Brother poems written by international poets.


The Underground Wall--- A Simon And Garfunkel Tribute by Juliet Ligon
I wrote a poem on the underground wall
for Emily, whenever I may find her
Her lips are bouncy like a red rubber ball.
You can tell the...

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Categories: writing, anger, betrayal, brother, heartbreak,

To him by Ameni letaief
Weeping in the dark 
Eating tasteless prose
Suddenly, there was a spark 
A kind of bless and a curse 
Do I have to apply my skills?...

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Categories: writing, appreciation, blessing, brother, simile,



Thanks by Evan no
To my older sisters/brothers.

I sense tension something.
Very astounding!
Anyone up for a good old game of billiards?
"He's got a run going though...."
He's improved?
How?
PLAYING THE FUCKING SPORT!!!


IF...

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Categories: brother, career, hurt, writing,

FRIEND ZONE by Blic Echols
                        FRIEND...

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Categories: writing, best friend, desire, emotions,

I'm A Cheater by PYG's Whisper
Here another season has gone
And winter is back to this town
I’ve always been afraid of thunder and sparkle
‘Cause its rumbling reminds me that I'm a...

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Categories: writing, leaving, lonely, loss, love,

A Brother's Love by Philip Scheidel
When Mommy got pregnant, that’s when my life began,
And I was hoping not to be an only child.
“I better have a brother,” I thought, “I’m...

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The Day After by Philip Scheidel
Why do I always get the news the day after?
Is somebody up above watching out for me?
I can almost hear what sounds a little like...

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Categories: writing,

Premium MemberMASQUERADE by Judy Emery
MASQUERADE

Masquerade to get ones way
Masquerade is your parade 
Paper faces and lies to portray 
Masquerade is on its way 
Hide your face in the night...

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Categories: writing, betrayal, conflict, corruption, dark,

Angel In The Mornin' by Philip Scheidel
The best part of my day starts at 7:47.
For 10 minutes on the bus, I feel more alive.
I get to see an angel sent straight...

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Premium MemberSHEEP LIKE COVERING by Judy Emery
SHEEP LIKE COVERING 

My emotions are running wild all over the place
Oh you are a disgrace
You call your self a holy man
and all your friends...

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Categories: writing, abuse, angel, betrayal, cry,

Premium MemberORPHAN by Judy Emery
ORPHAN

I am an orphan on God's highway 
All the warriors gathered around 
to take all of the child
of the lost and found 
To a shelter...

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Categories: writing, betrayal, conflict, cry, grief,

My vault of memories by Jeremy Smith
I close my eyes and begin to drift away to a place unlike any other
The memories flash by one after another
There's me and my little...

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Categories: writing, brother, father, life, memory,

Sky's The Limit by Dalton Ogletree
8/7/16


Does it truly matter if
There is anything after this?

Who can say
Night and day

Questions that just may never be answered
Amid a world full of so many...

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Categories: writing, poetry, rap, word play,

A Kiss of Honor, a Memorial Day Tribute by Violetta Antonia Sorcini
Frantic searching for my sanity as the odor of explosives and burning flesh assault my soul.  Longing for the boredom of stuffy barracks my...

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Categories: writing, blessing, brother, conflict, death

Premium MemberWhen It Comes To Me by Timothy Hicks
I often sit for long periods of time
hoping the perfect beginning will come to me.
To write a poem that starts with a pristine Capital
leaving readers...

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Categories: writing, adventure, celebration, change, identity,

Measures by Keith Bickerstaffe
October blows a symphony of sighs
with blustry gusts that presage winter's bleak
arrival as I shuffle through the park,
kaleidoscope of leaves a welcome prize.
Swings unswung on,...

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Forecasts by Keith Bickerstaffe
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The evening rumbles in 
and grumbles, tea is served, the kettle 
whistles, bread 
is buttered, weary workers settle, 
nibble, drink their tea and chatter,...

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5 JAN 2011 by Ian Be
keep sliding, brother.
keep on and with it.
every star stabbing a tender keyhole
             ...

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Categories: writing, america, appreciation, dedication, dream,

Utmost by Keith Bickerstaffe
...dedicated to all my Soup brothers and sisters


A lady at a window writing,
measuring her words with strict precision.
She takes a sip of tea
as if to...

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Categories: writing,

Forecasts by Keith Bickerstaffe
 

'...the burnt-out end of smoky days'



                  ...

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Categories: tribute, writing,