Poems About: SON
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
It's Christmas time again. read more »Yrral Mallik
Once a mother’s son
Fell in love with a whore
She robbed him of all his belongings
He was left with nothing more. read more »Anshul Gupta
DEAD, with his harness on him:
Rigid and cold and white,
Marking the place of the vanguard
Still in the ancient fight. read more »John Boyle O'Reilly
328.come next winter, friends
COME NEXT WINTER, FRIENDS
I WILL WAIT WITH MY SON IN MY HANDS read more »Mukesh Raval
329.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
330.Essence of Azhaki (a tamil movie)
Thangamony and Shanmughom,
A loving pair diverged to suffer.
He had fortune and she, misfortune.
He had lovely spouse and she, a drunkard. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
331.The Mystery of Israel
This is the mystery of Israel, and how they fit into God’s will.
God met with this man Abram, when this man had not a son.
He told him to leave his kin, and go to a place He’d show him.
His name changed to Abraham, for he’d be given many lands. read more »Bob Gotti
332.A22 God Commands Abraham to Offer Isaac
One day, God tested Abraham.
He called, 'Oh Abraham.'
And he answered, 'Here I'm'
An offering, God asked him. read more »Simple Simon
A white man was at a playground
pushing his son on the swing
'Look son, ' said the white man
'Never play with that....thing! ' read more »Shaina Lloyd
334.The Mother's Story! ! ! ! ! !
Once a mother
went to the school
of her son
who made her fool read more »lalitha iyer
335.The Ass Speaker Mutant - Part One
Once upon a time, in far away Germany, a happy couple waits for their childs to born.
All is well. All examinations are normal and, finaly, the great day came.
Herr Karl and his wife, Frau Inga, went to the hospital, but, after the childbirth the hospital was surrounded by a terrible rumor.
The newborn was transferred to a restricted nursery and his parents were not allowed to view it. read more »Aschelminto Da Silva
336.The Poet’s Son Under Police Custody & Lock-up & Being Interrogated
The poet’s son under police custody and lock-up,
And the poet lost in writing poetry,
Under the ganja of poesy,
Smoking and puffing in read more »Bijay Kant Dubey