Poems About: BROTHER
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313.No One Knows
No one knows I cut
Except my 'friends'
who found out on there own
If it was up to me read more »Lizzie Resendiz
314.sisters and brothers
I wish I had a sister, who would be there all the time
I wish I had a brother, who would be all mine
I wish I wasnt alone anymore just as I am
so mabey I need to take a stand read more »jamika Eichelberger
315.To my baby brother
to my baby brother on the anniversary of your birth,
to my little brother your make my world spin, my earth,
20th june 07- read more »joanna xxx
I remember my brother
Just like any other read more »Jessica Williams
317.Raja Basu, my indian brother
He is my brother,
not by flesh and blood
not same of mother's womb.
He is my brother by heart read more »mercy ferriols
GATHER AROUND BROTHERS AND SISTERS I GOT A STORY
I GOT TO GET IT OUT OF MY SYSTEM AND OFF MY CHEST
BECAUSE IT HURTS LIKE HELL read more »Anthony Mercorelli
319.CAIN & ABEL
The beginnings of wars begun.
Brother slew brother, mankind undone.
Crying blood of centuries of wars.
Mimics the first, done without a gun. read more »JOE POEWHIT
320.To All My Brothers And All My Sisters
I’m walking out alone around the city streets
Thinking aloud why we are all one, but none in the same instant heartbeat
I’m not ashamed of what I am, I've had my bruises and brakes I’m also covered in scars
But still I sit her calling you all my brothers and my sisters, read more »Daniel Richards
321.Farewell Brother (War)
the time has come,
You will be sorely missed,
and your not the only one, read more »Stacy Daley
Oh Brother! you are my strength!
Your smile gives me the power to survive read more »Pratisha Karki
323.The Man Who Took On Big Brother
The man who stand for human rights, freedom and justice
Is now in jail perhaps for a long stay
The authorities say he an an agitator
The only reason he is locked away. read more »Francis Duggan
324.My Brother and I.
Falling through memory's wide open window,
Hitherto kept tightly closed.
I'm flying away into chilhood experience
Where, brother and I were supposed read more »Fay Slimm