Poems About: FAMILY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Interiorly shaking everything held inside my soul, sharing the properties of individual acquiescence.
Untold heredity sitting alongside all relatives in our family.
All holding and playing instruments of talented impositions.
Self-taught - no one getting near the essence of each one of them. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
314.She Burns Just Like Salt
She burns just like salt
Treacherous by default
Poisonous as medusa read more »Gypsy Boy Varey
of photographs read more »Diana van den Berg
316.Blood Is Thicker Than Water
Blood is thicker than water until a family inheritance
more often than not it will quickly become quite diluted
love among a family should forever have deep roots
but that love will suddenly change and come polluted read more »John Gabriel
317.Obama, you have a big family
More than 18 million proud Americans
Voted for you.
Billions of your fellow men and women
Listened to your acceptance speech read more »Hebert Logerie
318.This ones for my family
This ones for my family
People whom will never comprehend how much they mean to me
Without these shooting stars in my life
I have no ability read more »one tap tap
A family an relation
Thou satisfying our inspiration. read more »SomerF 666
Family is a magic circle
an alliance, for decades,
roots, that lead through centuries.
Family, those are many waiting plates on an old table: read more »Kathrin KissElder
From the soil to the sky, This family has no limits,
Deep rooted, with strong branches, nothing but loyalty within it.
The kids, they're the twigs and they grow strong too,
they're from the same roots as me so they'll do what I do. read more »Amika Brockenbrough
322.~A family that doesn't belong~
By: Michelle (Miss. Shelly)
A family that doesn’t belong,
But always knowing we didn’t do a thing wrong! read more »Michelle Guza
323.Change has come indeed, but it is becoming increasingly difficult
The changes we were looking for
Have indeed come
But with a bigger bang read more »Bashyam Narayanan
My family is funny and smart
we usually get along good
but we have our differences.
Being in this family has taught me read more »monica tarver