Poems About: FAMILY
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337.Nha Trang, Viet Nam Catholic Bishop’s Family
I do not love you with any of my heart
I see you & your family are part of the devil’s cart
Bishop Pierre I trusted & believed he taught you all read more »Michael Appleman
338.Light of Peace Vavroovahana Patra
Light of peace pervades in a lovely family;
All family members live gladly.
Love reigns in the family;
Parents live peacefully. read more »vavroovahana patra
Family is a magic circle
an alliance, for decades,
roots, that lead through centuries.
Family, those are many waiting plates on an old table: read more »Kathrin KissElder
340.The Last Love Song
Precious Family... Dearest Family...
Love's... sweet.... message....I impart....
May loves's.. spirt...pure... and fervid.....
Enter...every... troubled heart......... read more »Clyde Bryson
341.The Dance Of Life
An exuberance of life is to dance once more the dance of life
With your partner by your side.
To once again see the sunrise and hear the morning's outside chorus.
Feel the days vibrancy, the clattering of life during the morning's rise. read more »Jerry Behr Number 2
342.an old man with his hat
There Little Robbie found him in an old yellow album
A blurred picture of a half old man with his hat
Standing in front of the coffin
He smiles shy but wide with his teeth gone making a hole like Little Robbie when he lose his baby teeth read more »maria sudibyo
343.Save Today To Spend Tomorrow
There were two things I thought
and recurring income. read more »Palas kumar Ray
344.Friends and Family
Friends and family love you no matter what you do,
Friends and family Always help each other though.
Having wonderful people to help you along,
They encourage and inspire you to stay strong. read more »James Greene
345.Sonnet: A Happy Family
A happy family is one blessed by God!
Both parents slog all life for their children;
And children honor parents, without rod;
All walk united en way to Heaven. read more »Dr John Celes
A family is a tree
with its branches and leaves.
Come rain, come shine,
it staggers yet lives. read more »Robert Reuben
I was there
You didn't see me, but I was there
I saw read more »Megan Ayscue
I think families are softly woven
Just like a piece of fine linen
Such tight and delicate threads
Many fragile stitches are hidden read more »Marilyn Lott