Marilyn Redcoma George


My Kin, My Brother - Poem by Marilyn Redcoma George

Hello brother, my kin,
my morning star,
my protector of
my single life,
be wise and take that wife,
for she will hold you dear.
My kin, my brother,
my radiant soldier
of my ancestors grace,
be filled with love
and walk on high,
bring forth young spirits
for your lineage sake.

My brother, my kin,
my shoulder of strength,
where tears have fallen
and etched your skin,
be bold and brave
cause days will come
where life may change
and depth of spirit
may wane and falter,
have faith like the ones
who have passed before
and hail the triumph
with songs of life
and songs of peace.

My kin, my brother,
my morning star,
my protector of
my single life.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

One brother who loves without question as I do.

Comments about My Kin, My Brother by Marilyn Redcoma George

  • Godfrey Morris (5/23/2012 8:39:00 AM)


    I love this poem, I am very emmotional reading it. Reminds me of the closeness I have with my sister (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 18, 2012



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