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Poems About: SON

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  • 241.
    A man's aspiration

    My son was growing;
    I didn't know I was aging.
    My son is going up;
    I didn't know he is drifting. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 242.

    cast from his own
    is he the son of a mother
    without a father read more »

    Pen anthony
  • 243.

    A godly gathering, a blessed bunch
    (cannibal Christians eat sinners for lunch)
    The cross is the truth, the light, the way
    (how can two sticks hold such sway?) read more »

    Joyce Rugg
  • 244.
    Being A Father

    The son vents his suppressed anger on dad
    The father should know he’s no more a lad,
    He’s a man that needs his own space
    To lead a life at his own pace. read more »

    Pradip Chattopadhyay
  • 245.
    Mother & Son

    There was a child at the further age said to his mother
    My debt will not be repaid to you, Mom
    Life very briefly, but I did not want to hurt my Tracks
    Beautiful long trail read more »

    Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo
  • 246.
    Tableau classique

    Aventures rez-de-chaussée
    Amours savants à ras-bord
    J'avais pour client la mort
    M'achetant des pied-de-nez read more »

    Marcel Aouizerate
  • 247.
    Do Not Foresake Me

    God my father
    Who lives within
    Do not foresake read more »

    sunny Munera Managan
  • 248.
    Happy Tears

    Tears filled the eyes of many parents
    Flows down to their smiling lips
    Yes, they are happy living their dreams
    A dream come true after lot of sacrifices read more »

    Williams Raja
  • 249.
    Feel My Presence

    O my dear son, within
    I am in your heart. read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 250.
    The Teacher

    Are you the Teacher?
    ...The question is asked read more »

    Peter LeBuhn
  • 251.
    He Wept For His Father

    He wept for his father
    His father who implored
    him to not test life, to not
    seek treasures unknown read more »

    Louise Marie DelSanto
  • 252.
    The savings for the old age.

    Your son will rob you
    If you over live.
    Your son will kill you
    If don’t part with. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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