Poems About: SON
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133.The Wise Son
A king had sons three
Triplets they were born
He was in a dilemma -to decree
Whom the throne should adorn! read more »chandra thiagarajan
134.Merciful Maker of Waters and Whiles
Merciful Maker of waters and whiles,
Spare please my son from the fierce crocodiles,
Then he too will know you.
I'll rear him to fear you. read more »Hm. Nes
There was a child within my womb
Whose life I truly longed ot share
But choices clamored to be heard;
There were others about whom I did care. read more »Linnie Johnson
136.To Daughters for Your Sons
I am the slave hand that rocked the cradle
back and forth gently as my pink son slept.
While on a dirt floor, my brown son crept.
As I catered to masters' mood, my black son wept. read more »Celeste Butler Mendez
137.A Lesson In Drawing
My son places his paint box in front of me
and asks me to draw a bird for him.
Into the color gray I dip the brush
and draw a square with locks and bars. read more »White Rose
138.Song of the Sons of Destiny
‘The Eldest Son shall bear this weight:
If ever true love he should feel
Disaster shall come at her heel
And Katan will fail to aid read more »josephine lee
139.Father And Son
You're standing in the doorway.
Your workday is all done.
He waits to see you everyday,
this boy that is your son. read more »Mary Nagy
140.Father & Son
There is the family photograph
That is your father’s face,
There is your father’s father
Grey-gathering years apace; read more »David Lewis Paget
141.Son-in-Law you'll never be
Son-in-law others may see, but it will always be Son to me.
When you took my daughter by the hand and stood before God and man, and promised you would keep her through sickness and health, you became my son.
You stood beside her and held her hand to the very end.
You told her you would love her until your dieing day. read more »Bernice Shipman
142.The Faces Of Our Women
Mary didn't give birth to God.
Mary isn't the mother of God.
Mary is one mother among many mothers.
Mary gave birth to a son, read more »Nazim Hikmet
143.The Mother's Son
I have a dream -- a dreadful dream --
A dream that is never done.
I watch a man go out of his mind,
And he is My Mother's Son. read more »Rudyard Kipling
A mother takes down a photo
And she holds it to her breast
Just has she’d done the child it shows read more »Bill Mitton