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  • 25.
    The Changeling

    A man had a son who was an anvil. And then sometimes
    he was an automobile tire.
    I do wish you would sit still, said the father.
    Sometimes his son was a rock.
    I realize that you have quite lost boundary, where no
    excess seems excessive, nor to where poverty roots hunger to
    need. But should you allow time to embrace you to its bosom
    of dust, that velvet sleep, then were you served even beyond
    your need; and desire in sate was properly spilling from its
    borders, said the father.
    Then his son became the corner of a room.
    Don't don't, cried the father.
    And then his son became a floorboard.
    Don't don't, the moon falls there and curdles your wits into
    the grain of the wood, cried the father.
    What shall I do? screamed his son.
    Sit until time embraces you into the bosom of its velvet
    quiet, cried the father.
    Like this? Cried his son as his son became dust.
    Ah, that is more pleasant, and speaks well of him, who
    having required much in his neglect of proper choice, turns
    now, on good advice, to a more advantageous social stance,
    said the father.

    But then his son became his father.
    Behold, the son is become as one of us, said the father.
    His son said, behold, the son is become as one of us.
    Will you stop repeating me, screamed the father.
    Will you stop repeating me, screamed his son.
    Oh well, I suppose imitation is the sincerest form of
    flattery, sighed the father.
    Oh well, I suppose imitation is the sincerest form of
    flattery, sighed his son. read more »

  • 26.
    A Pair Of Eyes

    Aquamarine observing mine
    somewhat as periwinkle shine

    Collecting treasures fantasies read more »

  • 27.
    Pilgrims To The East

    This Christmas-time my son will come,
    God willing, to the Holy Place
    And by the manger's little room
    Will bend his knee and bow his face, read more »

  • 28.
    To The Others

    This was the gleam then that lured from far
    Your son and my son to the Holy War:
    Your son and my son for the accolade read more »

  • 29.
    My favorite anecdote from Urdu

    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 »

  • 30.
    John Mitchel

    DEAD, with his harness on him:
    Rigid and cold and white,
    Marking the place of the vanguard
    Still in the ancient fight. read more »

  • 31.
    Son Davie! Son Davie!

    'What bluid's that on thy coat lap?
    Son Davie! Son Davie!
    What bluid's that on thy coat lap?
    And the truth come tell to me, O.' read more »

  • 32.
    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 »

  • 33.
    Ch 06 On Weakness And Old Age Story 03

    I was in Diarbekr, the guest of an old man, who possessed abundant wealth and a beautiful son. One night he narrated to me that he had all his life no other son but this boy, telling me that in the locality people resorted to a certain tree in a valley to offer petitions and that he had during many nights prayed at the foot of the said tree, till the Almighty granted him this son. I overheard the boy whispering to his companion: ‘How good it would be if I knew where that tree is that I might pray for my father to die.’ Moral: The gentleman is delighted that his son is intelligent and the boy complains that his father is a dotard.

    Years elapse without thy visiting
    The tomb of thy father. read more »

  • 34.
    Ainsi, Lorsque Souvent

    Ainsi, lorsque souvent le gouvernail agile
    De Douvre ou de Tanger fend la route mobile,
    Au fond du noir vaisseau sur la vague roulant read more »

  • 35.

    I was in Osmena Park
    one sharp noon

    Two twilight-aged folks read more »

  • 36.
    Home Improvement (haiku)

    new lazy boy
    his idea
    of home improvement read more »

New Son Poems

  1. Heavens Gossip, Adeosun Olamide
  2. Stolen Vehicles, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  3. Old Papa Goes To Town., Tony Adah
  4. IT IS NATURE OF ALL MOTHERS, alexander opicho
  5. From Happenings in My Dream, Adeosun Olamide
  6. O Policeman, Beat You Not The The Other .., Bijay Kant Dubey
  7. Haiku inspired by Teoh Beng Hock, john tiong chunghoo
  8. What can i do his my Son, salma. torrez
  9. The Lord my God is One, Royston Allen
  10. The War Game, Jaya Jaspal
  11. Will Always Love You My Son, fred sweetguy
  12. I Love Thee Three, shery vincent nazrath
  13. Two Types, gajanan mishra
  14. Tut, Sezai Karakoç
  15. Have Mercy On Me Son Of David, Gideon Arthur
  16. The Disavowal, Muzaffar al-Nawwab
  17. Bad son, gajanan mishra
  19. Son/Sun, nicholas sardinha
  20. A Pair Of Eyes, Heather Burns
  21. Once Upon A Dad, Brijaal Dana
  22. Two Sons, gajanan mishra
  23. 'Proud Father', Marvin Brato Sr
  24. God World, Alexander Coppedge
  25. I Am Africa, Makabongwe Nkambule
  26. Know Tour Place, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  27. Hey Shabab, Where Is My Son?, sallam yassin
  28. All because I never believed, Sharifa Palmer
  29. The Shadow of Ra, Jevon Wray
  30. Praise me not., Charles Jagongo
  31. mothers love, raju raj
  32. An African Mother Advice, Charles Bernard
  33. Y..... Zebra, Aufie Zophy
  34. Ô qu'heureux est celui qui peut passer s.., Joachim du Bellay
  35. Mom said, fate mcfate
  36. I SAW A LOVELY ENCOUNTER, Dicky Cantrell
  37. Lelek To Me Forvever / Lelek Meni Zauvijek, Miroslava Odalovic
  38. YOUNG SONS, Bill Mitton
  39. My Son, Aufie Zophy
  40. We Cry, Brad Phillips
  41. My clan, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  42. Hope Has A Son (II), Abdullah Musa
  43. It takes three to make a family, Qeeony Luv
  44. Love is a river flowing down., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  45. To A Mother The Son Does Not Grow Adult, Subrata Ray
  46. Lies (haiku five), Conor Young
  47. Goat Hill, E.Marie AldrichCreasy
  48. My Son, Caleb Tukahiirwa
  50. Son Davie! Son Davie!, Andrew Lang
  51. To The Others, Katharine Tynan
  52. Mediation, Katharine Tynan
  53. A Christmas Carol, Algernon Charles Swinburne
  54. Ainsi, Lorsque Souvent, Andre Marie de Chenier
  55. A Son Of A Gun, Anonymous Americas
  56. ' The Son-Flower... ', MoonBee Canady
  57. Lullaby of my native mother, SAKTHI RAVICHANDRAN
  58. Hole, Doris Dzameshie
  59. Acknowledge me, Doris Dzameshie
  60. Journey Discovered, Priscilla Brown
  61. Boys, Adriaan Noel
  62. The Two Sons!, anju addanki
  63. Pride for pyre, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  64. bMama Said Also-Good Uns', Barry A. Lanier
  65. kawabata, RIC S. BASTASA
  66. Paddington Ear, Andrew Fincham
  67. The Fortunate Son, maggie signaigo
  68. mothers always want theirs sons to be ha.., RIC S. BASTASA
  69. Son of God, Ilan Cohen
  70. FATHER MIA, Aldo Kraas
  71. My Son, Carrie Robbins
  72. A STORY OF FATHER AND SON, Manish Kumar Majumdar
  73. Your son, jennifer marcelino
  74. WIthout my son, Nakia Crespin
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