Poems About: BROTHER
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- carpe diem
337.sob of a mother......
2008 went out
with joy read more »chinthu v kumar
338.Losing My Way
Lost was I without my imaan
Sitting beside me was shaytaan
Seeing as I never used to pray
I slowly started losing my way read more »Yassar Ali
339.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
One lonely feburary
was a day to memory
It was like thinking about labor day in September
a day to remember read more »LaRon Green Sr.
341.In Big Brother's Eyes
You hang in there in life's battle though the going for you is tough
But to say the least you feel sad to know you are not good enough
To be rated by Big Brother as one who has achieved
For being a battler recognition as of yet you've not received read more »Francis Duggan
342.you are like my own brother
you are like are brother to me
i know you are my mother's baby brother
but i decide that you are my brother
cause you have been there for me read more »Veruschka Nicole Eiman
343.RAP I She
She was born in a family of six
She was the fourth one
She looked tall while in the cradle, was raised like angel
She started going to school read more »Sadiqullah Khan
The first born of the family
Brought happiness and prosperity
Even his name represents that
“Aklil” means “crown” in Tigrinya read more »selam mussie
Rise, brothers, rise, the wakening skies
Pray to the morning lights,
The wind lies asleep in the arms of the dawn
Like a child that has cried all night. read more »Manas Rastogi
346.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
Come brother death, come walk with me
And tell me thy tales of long ago.
Show me thy patterns in thy sands of time.
Lend me thy dark cloak against thy cold. read more »Tobbie WhiteBird Crowe
348.Big Brother Knows more About You Now
Humankind has come far in technology so very far 'twould seem
Back in the nineteen fifties of such achievements we dared not dream
In this age of the computer Big Brother reigns supreme
To him we have become as visible as fish in a clear pool of a sunlit stream. read more »Francis Duggan