Poems About: FAMILY
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157.Family by pushkal
Family is a group,
like a coup.
Family contains first a father and a mother.
Both loving only each other then thier children only a little, read more »pushkal sharma
158.Within the kingdom
We are all
Within the kingdom of
And we are in prison read more »gajanan mishra
Once upon a time on a planet named Hocus-pocus
All aliens lived in a village around a certain locus
There were about 200 families living in that village
Each family distinct from another in its culture and heritage. read more »Han Min Ohn
No ones ever right read more »Phil Panebianco
161.Raising Godly Families
Raising families may be tough, as our times are spiritually rough,
The roads that many take today, can lead youth spiritually astray;
Though times continue to change, God above, remains the same,
So that on The Lord's Revelation, we can have a firm foundation. read more »Bob Gotti
Do, I have a Family?
If you ask me
I have no family merely associates
For families are genarally suppose to be filled with love read more »Ashley Stone
163.0971..... My Most Beautiful Poem is My Family (My Closing Poem)
Every Family is like a Poem
No one understands it fully
In Poem it's Author, Family it's Father read more »Gan Chennai
164.Annoyance Of A FamilyAugustus Gatlin
165.The Corner Stone (For Father's Day)
The father is the source of strength of his family.
He can weather storm in order to protect them.
He will endure rain or shine to provide his love ones.
He is always ready to give his support and guidance all the time. read more »Emelita C. Smith
166.Family & Friends
We all have a cherished garden we tend -
It is planted with love of family and friends.
The memories and dreams we treasure and share
Are like beautiful roses found blooming there. read more »Lizzy Pureheart
167.Grave who was my great grand ma
She was good woman she bring
us grace to the family
She was great friend and mom and sister
and great grand ma read more »Kristina Riggs
168.The Family Tree
A tiny seed is sown with care into the fertile ground
Then a small tree pops out slowly from its earthly mound
With care it is nurtured by the life giving soil and air
The branches then began to reach as if to someone near read more »Patricia Grantham