Ken Bennight

Gold Star - 4,886 Points (Dallas, Texas)

Family Tree - Poem by Ken Bennight

My brother and sister,
both them and me.
Come from the seed,
of the family's black sheep.
Underneath every branch,
covered by leaves.
We are lost in the shade,
of the family tree.
A gift from our father,
given for keeps.
A branch on the ground,
for both them and me.
Weve never been equal,
always beneath.
Lost in the shade,
of our family tree.
My brother and sister,
both them and me.

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Comments about Family Tree by Ken Bennight

  • (10/25/2008 9:43:00 PM)

    I love this poem I'm going to add it to my favs
    love the lines
    Come from the seed,
    of the family's black sheep
    great job on this one lots of feeling! ! !
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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 30, 2008

Poem Edited: Thursday, September 4, 2008

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