Loving Poems about Family

Loving Poems about Family

Family Poems about Relationships

Our family is the proverbial egg that we were hatched from. Everything about who we are, both our nature and nurture comes from our family. Often in western society, we stray far from our family and may not talk to them for years at a time. We may feel that we have nothing in common with them. We may choose to run away from our roots because they are too painful to face. Ultimately however, our past holds the key to our future. If we do not face where we come from, we will have difficulty understanding our present and future.

Poems about the Importance of Family

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  1. Life's Scars

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    They say the world is round, and yet
    I often think it square,
    So many little hurts we get
    From corners here and there.

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    The writer has hit the nail on the head. We treat strangers with grace and family with scorn. Our family will disapprove of our life choices, whereas strangers will not. A depressed soul...

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  3. The Stick-Together Families

    The stick-together families are happier by far
    Than the brothers and the sisters who take separate highways are.
    The gladdest people living are the wholesome folks who make
    A circle at the fireside that no power but death can break.

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    My husband was in the Navy when we met. We were from different states. When he was discharged, we decided to live in a state that was between our two states, making our travels home about...

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  4. A Snowflake Falls

    • By Ruth Adams
    • Published: February 2006
    Importance Of Staying Connected With Family And Friends

    One night I saw a snowflake fall.
    Past memories it did recall.

    And as the snow fell to the ground,

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    Superb, poetry as its best.

    We should count our blessings one by one,
    Every night and day, lest they be gone.
    Friends and family, hold onto them tight,
    For they may disappear in a...

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  6. A Family Is Like A Circle

    • By Nicole M. O'Neil
    • Published: February 2006

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    A family is like a circle.
    The connection never ends,
    and even if at times it breaks,
    in time it always mends.

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    I enjoyed reading this poem. The poet uses relevant and strong similes that remain in the reader's mind. There's no way one can separate from their families because they found it there and at...

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  7. I Love You All, My Family

    • By Shayla S. Randolph
    • Published: February 2006

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    When monsters lurked beneath my bed
    And scary dreams ran through my head,
    When thunder growled those sounds I dread,
    There you were,

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  8. A Helping Hand

    A Comforting Touch

    You hold my hand,
    I, like a child, feel safe.
    You hold my hand,
    I feel a warm embrace.

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    Ann, all of your work is so special, amazing, and creative. I am so jealous at how you can convey a deep, powerful message in so few words. I tend to ramble on and on, and I literally can't...

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  10. Family Matters

    Poem About Contacting Family Members

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    How often do we push aside
    The thought to make a call
    To just one family member
    Who we rarely see at all?

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  11. My Equator...The Center Of The World

    • By Jackie D. Karp
    • Published: February 2006

    You are the meaning of strength
    at its highest peak.
    You have courage
    when the rest of us are weak.

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    My niece-in-law was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. She was transferred from the hospital to hospice today and may not be here for Christmas this year. She has been in my family for...

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  12. The Power Of Family

    • By Antony Smith
    • Published: February 2006

    Family is
    heaven sent from our father above,
    bonded by the power of love.
    No matter what, family has each other's backs

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    This poem has really touched me. It reminded me of my own family. I had six siblings, me being the seventh child. Sadly, four of them passed away. I now have two sister whom I love and...

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  13. An Ocean Of Memories

    • By Kimberly L. Briones
    • Published: February 2006

    Analysis of Form and Technique

    My family is the ocean around us.

    My father is the hurricane,
    knocking anything and everybody out of his path.

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    That's the same for me! Except, my younger sister is the storm haha.

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