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by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, nursery rhyme,

JACK AND JILL RE WRITTEN

Jack and Jill went up the hill With thoughts of making love Jack hadn’t got a condom So cut a finger off Jill’s glove The glove was far too small for him And it didn’t fit his todger Now they are proud parents Of a baby they called Rodger! 1st October 2016 Another poem written after being inspired by Ilene Bauer's poem three blind mic


by Nina Parmenter |
Categories: beautiful, child, love, mother, my child, mystery, parents,

Mysterious Child

Entirely made of us, yet somehow not
a part of us, how can you even be?
Why can’t we feel your thoughts and dreams, and what
are you if you are neither him nor me?
Though severed from you, somehow we feel tied
to you, as if they’d never cut the cord,
We started you, you grew and kicked inside
my body, and besotted, we have poured
all hope into those perfect, tiny hands,
For reasons only love can ever say...
Yet loving you won’t help us understand
your world; you are a universe away.
You’re so much more than we can know or see...
You’re perfect sense, yet total mystery.


24 September 2018
For Beautiful Mystery Contest
Sponsored by John Hamilton 




by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: childhood, love, memory,

SHWEET LOVE

The minute our eyes met it was love at first sight I knew you were the perfect one for me my parents tried to keep us apart but I simply couldn’t let you go My father tried to persuade me are you really sure he’s the one? It’s not too late to change your mind… I smiled my sweetest smile - Dad knew when he was beaten I skipped out of the toy shop .... nestling in my arms, my birthday teddy bear! Contest –Free Verse Love Poem Sponsored By Laura Loo 07~24~15

by harry horsman |
Categories: love, memory,

My Lasting Memory Of You

Humble this moment under skies of grey
Reading poems of furtive words wrote with you,
Contemplating where you are now this day
With an ascetic mind of times we knew.

The love we shared on a day once like this
A time so long ago the spring of youth,
My heart heaved in heavenly days of bliss
Speaking words of unmitigated truth.

Yet you went away far over the sea
With nonchalant parents on life’s voyage,
Waving with a kiss as you left the quay
Shallow sunset that swallowed the cordage.

I was only eight and you barely nine
Wondering if ever your thoughts as mine.

© Harry J Horsman  2018



by Lu Loo |
Categories: childhood, family, happiness, love,

Haiku on My Family

Second Chance May 2016
Sponsor: Eve Roper


five generations
   connected to my grandpa
      kindred forefather

parents united
    unto them came four children
      love to go around

mother faced cancer
   a dear lady, my angel
      adulthood so strong

adoring siblings
   warmhearted and devoted
     affections of blood

money not vital
   wealthy in rich loyalty
      assets of true faith

our childhood dog Bo
   my sweet Golden Retriever
      my canine best bud

united as one
   roots form a family tree
     belovedly linked



Date Written: April 30, 2016

Date Finalized:May 19, 2016

by karl marszalowicz |
Categories: sad, parents, child, parents,

Looking into the Mirror

"Looking Into the Mirror"
Sudden realizations iced up his core 
To form the frozen image of a man 
He who stared in reflected embarrassment
While sobering silence takes over the room
As this was not the person he was to become
But for childish dreams that stuck with him
Fantastic machinations that warped a man's mind
So he'd remain a child who never grew up
And had to face his parents on occasions 
The adult to them is just on the exterior
Because he made a living selling his voice
Though in using it to say I'm sorry
His parents would have to wait 
Just like the forever he has waited 
To hear them say we love you for what you are
A child never grows too old 
For their parents open arms

by Sandip Goswami |
Categories: celebrity, deep, hero, inspirational, love, poverty, sensual,

Celebrity

They are not rich.
They have no car. 
They have no fat.
They have no dream.

They are not so-called educated persons.
They are not news.

They are struggling for existence.

They have not any exceed of life 
Which is poison. 

They live with their old parents.

They have innocent smile and intuition.

They created their poor house as rich home.

They are my celebrities.
But I am not communist.

SANDIP GOSWAMI, INDIA

by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: love, romantic, wedding,

LOVE IS IN THE AIR

champagne on ice picnic in forest is romance in the air drops to one knee ready to propose what will her answer be she shyly smiles gives him her reply will wedding bells ring out diamond sparkles third finger left hand should they ring their parents plans to be made venue needs choosing how much will it all cost big day arrives bride and groom smiling will their happiness last 10~18~15 Checked using How Many Syllables Contest Questionku Two Sponsor Richard Lamoureux

by Tirzah Conway |
Categories: family, friendship, health, husband, native american, passion, peopleme, me,

My Blessings...

Steven, My Love, my best friend in life,

Parents that support me in whatever I do;

My two puppies Zeus & Eos (both mutts)

My heritage of Potawatomi, Huron and Sioux;

A family willing to lend me support,

A wonderful house to come home to;

A simple world I can call my own,

My siblings, out there to help pull me through;

My horses willing and full of heart,

And all of my friends - Old and New;

My semi-good health and happiness;

And the passion that writing allows me to peruse!

by sekitto Herbert Grace kisakye |
Categories: funnygrandparents, poets,

MY ANSWER TO DAKARAI COBB

Yes we are,
we are the poets of today
and tomorrow,
and we shall be forever.
Let them know that we are just writers
as our grand parents who had the talent we have!
Yes we are,
we are here to educate people
who knows how to read and write,
and those who love what we say and write.
Let them know that me and you,
and those of ours we are just poets.
They have to know what we are,
not to quote us wrong the poets of today
and those of tomorrow.

by Sekitto kisakye |
Categories: life, love,

HONOUR YOUR PARENTS

Today's children,
honor your parents
to enjoy the world's joy.

Love your parents,
as you love your selves,
our parents are  our life,
the source of every thing.

by Curtis Forsythe |
Categories: introspection, parents, sorry,

Some Day

Did our parents not have better things to do-
better things than to suffer our indifference-
our rebellion-
better things to do than return to us love
for hatefulness-
patients for intolerance-
self sacrifice for our selfishness?

Seems that they could never get it right-
In every thing we thought ourselves wise-
our parents foolish-
then the worst thing they ever did
was to go and die-
they died and took with them
all we now ache to know-
but now never will- 

we were just too wrapped up-
too wrapped up in ourselves to ask them-
we always thought there would be time-
someday. 
 

by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: child, god, love,

ADOPTION




God adopts each child 

Whose

Parents in heaven has 

Called!




© Demetrios Trifiatis
  19 August 2015

by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: marriage, proposal, romance, valentines day,

VALENTINE'S DAY PROPOSAL

Nervous, anxious, praying my love I express. Girlfriend blubbers saying I’ll marry you - yes! Parents very happy we are getting wed, Bridegroom joyful chappie banns need to be read! Joyful girlfriend smiling, seals love with a kiss Planning wedding styling no longer a ‘miss’! Booking summer wedding, bridesmaid will wear blue, blissful marriage heading darling I love you! 2/14/18 HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! Checked with 'rhymezone' and how many syllables 88 syllables Contest sponsored by Joseph May

by Vijay Pandit |
Categories: angst, child, divorce, parents,

Say goodbye to Mom

Holding head down he simmers in anguish
Scribbling restless shapes in red crayon
Concealing bitterness of a child forlorn.

At a tender young age he knows of divorce
Custody battles, and the pointed fingers
Of angry gestures condemning each other.

Any moment now they'll open the door
Pretending like there is love in the air.

He dashes towards her, gripping angst
Hearing Dad's words: "Say goodbye to Mom"
Hugging her tightly, tears rolling down,
Reddened eyes now piercing her sight
Wanting to ask if she understands why
He doesn't color anymore inside the lines,

As a smile uplifts from the depth of her eyes.

October 14, 2018

by cheryl hoffman |
Categories: growing up,

Phases of Life

As small children we are wide eyed and innocent,
toddle after Mommy like baby elephants,
go to school to learn with our writing implement,
our parents hoping that we don't act indolent,

As teens upon graduation were confident,
some acting wild while others are reticent,
finding our jobs and falling in love relevant,
some marry while others act more dissident,

When we get old hopefully were still intimate,
thinking back on our lives with heartfelt sentiment,
being nice with people till death is imminent,
eulogy at funeral will be evidence.




1-11-17

by Arijit Bhattacharya |
Categories: abuse, betrayal, conflict, depression, evil, pain,

Naked Truth

~~~ Naked Truth ~~~
We often feel
The society is filled with
Love, affection, adoration and romance.
But, the flabbergasting naked truth is something
different.
It is not the apparent.
The world is full of turmoils,
Even a son parents spoil.
Conceit and complacency are everywhere.
Faith and trust are nowhere.
People treat their child as a 'wishing well',
In spite of intimate blood relations,
They are not wishing well!
Everybody is masked,
Full of false vanity and hypocrisy,
The world is the devil's place
Full of brutality,
At stake is the friendship,
In danger is the love,
In danger is the humanity!!
#CopyrightsArijit
All rights reserved

by randy johnson |
Categories: death, father, love, mother, parents, parents,

Cousins in love

(This poem is based on a movie I saw.)

It was tragic when two teenagers died.
They couldn't be together so they committed suicide.
They were cousins and that's why their parents kept them apart.
They decided to end it all because of their broken hearts.

The parents forbade their relationship because they were in love with each other.
They decided that they wanted to die because they couldn't be with one another.
Now their parents are all tore up inside.
They'll be in misery for the rest of their lives because of their kids suicides.

by Andrew Ellis |
Categories: child, love, parents,

A Parent's Love

My love for him is so great,
my heart melts for him 'til the dusk of day.
The night gives when he's asleep,
Dreaming, 'til day's break.

His beauty is great,
Wandering mind with all he sees,
Loving is all I do,
While waiting for the moment, for Him to say "I love you."

by Seren Roberts |
Categories: prayer,

message in an acrostic contest

Show me which path I should tread
How I should choose the books to read
Oh how I miss my parents guiding hands
With so many things I need to understand

Mighty is the sword that catches you unaware
Each thrust sends home the visions you fear

Trust in yourself, your very act of living
How you help others, to the art of forgiving 
Every day you perceive all you believe in

Worries a plenty but show me the way
All I need is for you to smile and say
Yearning for your love, please, don't go away

Contest:  Message in an Acrostic
Penned 15 January 2017

by Khashana Spratley |
Categories: depression, love, me, love, me,

My Downfall

My Downfall is the most difficult of them all.
I love my husband but he has a hard time showing me the same.
When he gets mad he call me cruel names.
I love him with all my heart and i want our marriage to last.
Our son deserve to grow with two loving parents .
Not just one.

In the beginning, we were inseparable. 
but that changed when we said " I Do"
He feels as if he owns me and that i don't like .

My downfall is falling in love.

by Wren Rushing |
Categories: home, house, memory, parents,

This Old House

Dust now covers where love once lived, 
 years of happiness wrapped in laughter. 
This old house has seen its share,
 of joy and tears from floor to rafter.

Bread was broken while troubles fixed,
 prayers were prayed to the Lord above. 
My parents' home we all would come,
 because all was done there out of love. 

Now we load their things because they're gone, 
 the walls now bare where memories hung.
The house seems lonely without them there, 
 no neighbors knock, no bells have rung.

As we hand the keys to someone new,
 the once dark skies seem some how blue.




10/16/18

by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: grandchild, love,

UNCONDITIONAL Charlieku

parents release
tiresome grip
let go

kisses fly forth
in giggles
from lips

wings of angels
strung around
my neck

pearlescent glow
twinkling eyes
of grands

synergetic
euphoric
sweet love

10/11/2018

Charlieku 4-3-2 Contest/Charles Messina
















by Carl Fraser |
Categories: dedication, children,

No Greater Love Hath These

Glistening bayonets, buried deep in the sand,
while atop the helmet crowns their lives;
They died alone on this foreign dirt,
while back home a mother cries.

Bloody Dog Tags and a folded flag,
awarded to parents torn in two;
Tears crash down on the coffin door,
as a father cries, "I'm so very proud of you".

For God and country and liberty,
so their children can live in peace;
For brothers in arms fighting along side them,
no greater love hath these.

So cherish your children while you can,
and pray for them on your knees;
For they too may travel off one day,
To die for you and me...




by darci hopkins |
Categories: addiction, depression, sad, suicide,

the note

all this pain is getting to be too much.
i take a blade and slit my wrists, hoping the blood that pours out will relieve me for at least a little while.
i take my blade and hold it to my throat, 
take a deep breath, and glance one more time at my note.
the note to my parents, saying not to feel bad, 
saying "it's not your fault, i love you mom and dad."
when in reality they are a big part to this major decision.
but i would never tell them that, because i love them too much.