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Poems About: DAUGHTER

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  • 193.
    The Beauty Of My Daughter

    My daughter is God's gift to me,
    Her father in the Lord.
    She's my great joy, my ecstasy,
    My loving God's reward. read more »

    Denis Martindale
  • 194.
    We, the Women

    On the 100th Anniversary of Women’s’ Right To Vote In California
    Centenary greetings to the daughters of the suffragettes.
    We are all daughters of the suffragettes.
    Our history goes back read more »

    Sojourner Kincaid Rolle
  • 195.
    Marry Your Daughter

    Sir, I'm a bit nervous
    'Bout being here today
    Still not real sure what I'm going to say
    So bare with me please read more »

    Midori Hajime
  • 196.
    Marry you daughter - Brian Nick Mc Knight

    Sir, I'm a bit nervous
    'Bout being here today
    Still not real sure what I'm going to say
    So bear with me please read more »

    Mr LoLo Kanor
  • 197.
    The Desire To Marry The Fanatic’s Daughter

    Since a long time have I been hiding in the inner yearning of mine
    To marry the daughter of a fanatic,
    Since long have I been thinking of marrying the lovely daughter
    Of the fanatic, read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 198.
    Suffocated

    Millie Allstruck suffocated
    Her daughter. Millie held
    The cushion down. Saw her
    Daughter’s arms flap like read more »

    Terry Collett
  • 199.
    A Dialogue

    ALLAH: Why do you? Is there a subject that makes you so sad, my daughter?
    Me: Yes, will You listen to my complaint?
    ALLAH: Well my daughter, talk
    Me: I lost a book of life that are important to me. In the pages that contained all of my feelings, about my hopes, about dreams, about my future, feelings about my love to someone I loved very much. Is there someone had to steal it from me? read more »

    Sari Mavi
  • 200.
    GLITTERING GOLD

    Narrow muddy road from village to nearby town
    Reddish sun was about to touch
    Vast, greenish paddy field on western hemisphere.
    A young woman and her daughter read more »

    Chandra sekharan
  • 201.
    the old woman and her loyal maid

    the old woman is very rich
    she has two children, a lovely daughter and a very naughty son

    the lovely daughter dislikes her read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 202.
    Sandy

    Sandy found a boy to love,
    The captain of the team.
    Her mother said she didn't like
    The boy she thought a dream. read more »

    GREENWOLFE 1962
  • 203.
    A Southern Marriage

    From across the river, in the low country
    to the warm embrace of southern hospitality
    they all came, the rich and the farmers
    the in, the out, the sons and the daughters read more »

    Kevin Howell
  • 204.
    The Mothering Blackness

    She came home running
    back to the mothering blackness
    deep in the smothering blackness
    white tears icicle gold plains of her face read more »

    Maya Angelou
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