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  • 97.
    An Unnecessary Death

    On November 11th,1918, at 11 in the morning,
    Two men were arguing.
    One was a father, one was his son.

    'My dear father! '
    Cried the son through gritted teeth,
    'Do you think that I,
    Your son, am brainless? ! '

    'My dear son, ' replied the father,
    As calm as ever,
    'Democracy is mighty,
    As well as Communism,
    Yet I believe that Democracy
    Is far more powerful.'

    Was his son's reply.
    His throat was dry,
    As he battled between two thoughts in his mind.

    'The reason our government is so strong,
    So flexible,
    Is the result of Democracy. Everybody has a voice,
    And there is no right or wrong.'
    The father continued,
    'Communism will fall...
    Sooner, or later.'

    'Father, '
    Bellowed the son,
    'I respect you,
    Yet why can't you respect the fact that
    I support Communism?
    This way, the whole country shall benefit! '

    'My son, ' answered the father,
    'I am a supporter of democracy,
    And you a supporter of Communism.
    I accept that.'

    The son,
    Infuriated that his father wouldn't side with him,
    Muttered several words under his breath,
    And slowly reached into his coat.

    'I love you, father.
    Yet I believe that the world may be better,
    Without you.
    I gave you the chance to accept Communism,
    Yet you refused.'
    The son brought his rifle up,
    And shot his father. read more »

  • 98.
    Surreal Swallows

    Grip my hand, son
    And kill all your obsessions

    Take my arm, son read more »

  • 99.
    four sons

    In theory we should engage
    with four sons, whom I list below,
    including, at the top the sage,
    at bottom he who doesn’t know read more »

  • 100.
    The War Game

    Marching into town they came,
    Bringing fear, dread
    Snatching fathers, brothers, sons,
    Never to be seen again read more »

  • 101.
    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 »

  • 102.
    My Son

    Today is the day, we all await
    Today is the day, what a sigh
    Rain is pouring as I see in the window pane
    My son your coming from your mother's womb. read more »

  • 103.
    Feel My Presence

    O my dear son, within
    I am in your heart. read more »

  • 104.
    Bad son

    Bad son creates
    Endless anxiety
    And you have to
    Suffer unbearable read more »

  • 105.
    mothers always want theirs sons to be happy

    mothers always want their sons to be happy
    and so even if they marry someone
    whom their fathers dislike
    it is always them who settle for a compromise read more »

  • 106.
    ! Holy questions not wholly answered

    When I asked them, why did You
    need to send Him, they said
    I was too young to ask such questions;
    I should just be glad.. read more »

  • 107.

    Safety of the dear ones
    A concern to the parent all times
    Safety measures as they teaches
    when the children grows with. read more »

  • 108.
    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 »

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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