SON POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “son” are listed.

  • 61.
    All because I never believed

    A simple lie had been told
    Soon the truth unfolds
    She lied, tricked and deceived
    So I believed my son had committed the evil deed read more »

  • 62.
    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 »

  • 63.
    Goat Hill

    Goat Hill

    Walking out the door that man told me to go to hell
    My son asked mommy where’s Goat Hill read more »

  • 64.
    Mom said

    In a deep voice, I heard her speak
    son, respect a woman...a woman
    young, old, midwife, single or schoolgirls
    for life is in their hands. read more »

  • 65.
    An African Mother Advice

    Tonight witches shall gather
    Soon the sun will go to bed
    Ndubisi my son come home
    Come lay in your mother's arm read more »

  • 66.
    Lullaby of my native mother

    Lullaby of my native mother

    Aahraro Aahraro My dear son
    You are born to rule this land read more »

  • 67.
    God World

    Dawn of initial unhappiness
    Original birth of titles and names
    A tree planted in knowledge of bad and good
    Imagined realities outside the norm and sane read more »

  • 68.
    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 »

  • 69.
    Harry's Son

    Verse one:
    Harry pondered about what he would write that day
    For the newspaper column that he wrote
    He thought about his dead son and knew what he would say read more »

  • 70.
    Lucky santa! ! (A funny story)

    Santa goes into his son`s room to wish him goodnight. His son is having a nightmare - Santa wakes him and asks his son if he is OK? The son replies he is scared because he dreamt that his aunt had died. Santa assures the son that Auntie is fine and sends him to bed.
    The next day, Auntie dies. One week later, Santa again goes into his son`s room to wish him goodnight. His son is having another nightmare - Santa again wakes his son. The son this time says that he had dreamt that his grandmother had died. The father assures the son that she is fine and sends him to bed.
    The next day, grandmother dies. One week later, Santa again goes into his son`s room to wish him goodnight. His son is having another nightmare, he again wakes his son. The son this time says that he had dreamt that his daddy had died. The father assures the son that he is OK and sends the boy to bed.
    Santa goes to bed but cannot sleep because he is so terrified. The next day, Santa is scared for his life- he is sure is going to die. After dressing he drives very cautiously to work fearful of a collision. He doesn`t eat lunch because he is scared of food poisoning. He avoids everyone for he is sure he will somehow be killed. He jumps at every noise, starts at every movement and hides under his desk. read more »

  • 71.
    When

    (A collaboration with Nick Tamborra)

    When you my son can stop thinking about only yourself
    and offer a hand out to another in need that cannot earn
    or even offer a helping hand without first being told
    and not expecting or looking for something in return read more »

  • 72.
    The Important People in my Life

    There are two important people
    In my life
    The first important person is
    The mother of my children read more »

New Son Poems

  1. What can i do his my Son, salma. torrez
  2. have faith, Frederick J.B. Moore II
  3. Swim., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  4. The catastrohpe, aabha mohan
  5. A Father's Toast At His Gay Son's Weddin.., Bri Edwards
  6. The Lord my God is One, Royston Allen
  7. The shadow players, Muhammad Khalid
  8. I'm Her Son, Lore Me34
  9. Harry's Son, Susan Sparks
  10. A Widow's Night, Anees Rahman
  11. Jessica Montfort, stephane montfort
  12. A Bout And A Scuffle Between The Scholar.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  13. Everest, Mark Heathcote
  14. Upon A Tree, Anthony Raymond
  15. Opinion, kassem oude
  16. Espoir Des Libanais, kassem oude
  17. Mama, Anderson Dovilas
  18. The War Game, Jaya Jaspal
  19. Momma Said..., Zachary Crouch
  20. Father and Son, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  21. Will Always Love You My Son, fred sweetguy
  22. Found, NikiAlex Zander
  23. karma.., veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  24. Gliong Gliong: Gaelic Poems (Four) with.., sheena blackhall
  25. Anticipating his father, gajanan mishra
  26. My Son, Nwanna Onyeka Benedict
  27. I Love Thee Three, shery vincent nazrath
  28. Two Types, gajanan mishra
  29. Tut, Sezai Karakoç
  30. My favorite anecdote from Urdu, S.zaynub Kamoonpuri
  31. how i mourned madiba, alexander opicho
  32. Have Mercy On Me Son Of David, Gideon Arthur
  33. My Son, Aparna Chatterjee
  34. Feel My Presence, gajanan mishra
  35. The Poet’s Son Under Police Custody & Lo.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  36. The Disavowal, Muzaffar al-Nawwab
  37. Happy Tears, Williams Raja
  38. Enjoy Your Life, gajanan mishra
  39. Bad son, gajanan mishra
  40. Do Not Foresake Me, sunny Munera Managan
  41. Tableau classique, Marcel Aouizerate
  42. O, Earth, O, Sky, O, Wind, O, Water, O, .., Bijay Kant Dubey
  43. An Unnecessary Death, Cassandra Jasmine
  44. LIKE FATHER LIKE SON, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  45. Son/Sun, nicholas sardinha
  46. A Pair Of Eyes, Heather burns
  47. Where the Sun Will Always Rise, David Thomas
  48. Now Humanity Stands Before Own Grave!, Ramdas Bhandarkar
  49. Once Upon A Dad, Brijaal Dana
  50. He Has Many Names (Trinet), Dorian Petersen Potter
  51. Fathers and Sons, Patricia Denise Newman
  52. Sons Of Africa, abbas abubakar
  53. Grieve not, gajanan mishra
  54. Mother & Son, Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo
  55. Two Sons, gajanan mishra
  56. 'Proud Father', Marvin Brato Sr
  57. When, Joey Jones
  58. God World, Alexander Coppedge
  59. I Love My Son, Visato Kiso
  60. I Am Africa, Makabongwe Nkambule
  61. Being A Father, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  62. Image Panini, Marcel Aouizerate
  63. Conqueror to conquer, Matshela Khathutshelo
  64. Broken Heart, chandra thiagarajan
  65. Son Light Signs Shine, Njabulo Anointed Mbanjwa
  66. O my son, you are my sun, gajanan mishra
  67. Know Tour Place, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  68. Share the glory., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  69. Dictator Poetic, Ima Ryma
  70. stretch marks, kawoya alosius
  71. The Prodigal Son in the Key of S, Peter Tsai
  72. Only son, gajanan mishra
  73. A man's aspiration, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  74. Like a Slave, Paul Mwenelupembe
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