Poems About: SON
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313.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
314.Genesis BK XVIII
(ll. 1082-1089) And there was also in that tribe another son of
Lamech, called Tubal Cain, a smith skilled in his craft. He was
the first of all men on the earth to fashion tools of husbandry;
and far and wide the city-dwelling sons of men made use of bronze read more »Caedmon
315.Listening to every Tom, Dick and Donkey
Come, we have a story, said the Old Man. Come, sit and I shall tell you all a little tale of a donkey, a boy and his father…and of strangers too…and many a busybody…
And the children sat round the campfire and the Old Man began his tale… read more »Raj Arumugam
316.My Redemption Poem
When satan fell,
for one wrong mistake.
He was thrown in hell,
it was all he could take. read more »Nick Wingler
317.Matty Richardson, the Usurper
I am no longer
to my son,
he likes read more »Pete Dowe
318.Why God has no son
Did God create this universe
with help from you and me
or did he ever delegate
his work to deputies read more »zaheer uddin
319.Do You Know the Son?
Do you know the Son, the one the Father gave?
Do you know the Son, who can save you from the grave?
The one who's got the crown from the Father up above?
The Word becoming flesh, to show the Father's love? read more »Richard Merrell
320.Fathers and Sons
A son sits by his father with questions in his eyes
The father looks down at his son, his pride he can't disguise.
There comes a time when every son must leave his father's care
and venture out into the world to see what happens there. read more »Patricia Denise Newman
321.Achilles And The Slaying Of Hector
Achilles took the slain body of proud Prince Hector
slit holes through warrior corpse ankles and proceeded
to drag Hector’s defeated slain body behind his chariot
an ignoble act of revenge bitterness hate anger contempt read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
322.The Tale Of The Trucker's Life
The young bride sits alone in her house,
waiting for her farm hand husband to return to her lonely bosom.
Enters the husband, tired, and cranky.
He goes to the stereo, hooks up his headphones, read more »Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
323.The Chamber Over The Gate
Is it so far from thee
Thou canst no longer see,
In the Chamber over the Gate, read more »Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
324.Sons Of Their Time
At the rise of the sun from east
Sets of African drums hits
Beats of sounds never heard pounded
Living cry of voices ever heard sounded. read more »Francis Julian Zewu