Poems About: FATHER
Poems on / about :
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Innocent love was within deception
Which resulted in conception
Of a child who was by her father rejected
And wrongfully denied and neglected read more »Nikiesha Richards
Born to a mother who was a teenager
And a father who to me became a stranger
Lacked self confidence, attained low self esteem
Having a relationship with my father was always my dream read more »Nikiesha Richards
How can you see this world colliding
And no one can do anything about it.
Why let them starve and watch them die read more »Alex Not Telling
Father Cleary sat at table with Max many a day
But I don't think he rated a bounteous gift when Max came to visit
Both were guests in the great house acrosss the street of youth
Father for years and Max for yearly one week stints. read more »Bill Grace
Oh Father, who am I to complain?
I worry so much of the time here in my comfort zone.
All seems to be going wrong. I wish not to bother thee.
My friend Ann is moving on, as she should. read more »Marguerite Treon
342.Ready to leave
My life is screwed my day's are done I need to die to have some fun
I need to die and leave this place and meet my father face to face!
My father is the devil you see and the evil in him is the evil in me,
and no holy man can get him out of me, read more »Liera Bloodheart
343.Longing For My Father
How I long to see my Father;
Jesus, His redeeming Son
And I’m thankful for the Spirit,
Who will safely guide me home read more »Marquita Lawson
…And Like a father
A refugee sometimes
may feel sad, depressed or weak
from work and toil read more »Mickel Allen
345.No Martyrs in Nigeria
To my grandmother,
She is late
And waiting at Heaven's gate
When you get there mother read more »Efe Benjamin
346.Before the beginning and after the end
Before the beginning of time and space.
Before the onset of the human race.
He was there, The Triune One
The Father, The Spirit and The Son. read more »Royston Allen
347.Father and Son
So late again boy? read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
348.My father was an orphan
My father was an orphan,
And so I was an orphan;
My father never knew his fathers name,
And so I never knew my fathers name. read more »Patti Masterman