Poems About: SON
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
(Son) Hey, Dad, have you got a minute? Actually
it's a little complicated. Could you meet me
at Cuss from Hoe over a beer or two? read more »Elke Nigro
338.Talent and Knowledge..
/* These are some verses based on a story in Ramayana */
Once there was a Rishi
Learned of all the sages and seers! read more »TheBigThinkg Human
339.My favorite anecdote from Urdu -new-
This was a story in my mother tongue urdu which I translated and tried my best to turn it into a poem in english.*happy*
Luqman who was a merchant wiseman and his son
bought themselves a fine donkey once. read more »S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
Believe and be saved.
John 3:16-18. read more »Isaac Watts
341.Teach Me How To Smile
My son, teach me how to smile.
So many years polluting my soul
I've forgotten how to smile.
I keep a catalogue now read more »David Blaine
342.When I Am Gone
Don't weep for me when I am gone,
Hold each other close and carry on.
I loved you all each and everyone,
At last I now join my beloved son. read more »Elizabeth Tees
343.Spirit Of A Child
A Mother holds her son close
to her chest.
Tears role down her cheek,
knowing he will be at rest. read more »patricia merritt
344.The Bond of Star-gazing
Son, his father says,
why do you stare at the stars?
How can something millions
of miles away be of any use read more »Sonny Rainshine
345.You killed my son's cat
(This is a fictional poem)
You got revenge when you killed my son's cat and now you're going to pay.
You did it because I used to steal your newspaper everyday. read more »Randy Johnson
346.Dad, I Have Something to Tell You
'Yes son, what is it? ' read more »T.J. Daniels
347.The Case Of The Gipsy's Son
The judge he jailed the gipsy's son
For the trivial thing which he had done
He had stolen from a farmer a second hand tweed coat
Which was valued at a ten pound note. read more »Francis Duggan
348.The Only True King
From the first day my eyes saw him I knew my life was complete, the pride within
Me begged to shut out, announcing to the world the joyous love I felt inside,
Tears rolled down my face uncontrollable from the happiness I felt inside. NIne long
months came and went, eagerly I awaited to see my son, "My Son" these words hold read more »Richard James Marrero