Poems about Birth poems

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Sonnet On The Morning Of Christ's Bi.. by Michael Shepherd

This starry dawn – the wise men yet afar –the shepherds are abed, their night’s task done.Is Mary tired? Or, as one untouched? All birth’s a miracle; no less this one.The cattle have best

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To The Right Honourable The Lady Elizabe.. by Mary Barber

May each new Year some new Perfection give,Till all the Mother in the Daughter live!May'st Thou her Virtues to the World restore!And be what Henrietta was before!And when revolving Years mature th

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0009 Before Birth: Those Who Will Lean O.. by Michael Shepherd

Comfortable, oh yes comfortablebut how to explainthe other thingsthe warningsthat there were to beothers like and not like methat I was not the only one; even if I would be the light of all t

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Birth Of A Verse by (brief renderings) Joe Fazio

As women are full with theirunborn children, so it is thatI am filled with my unborn words.As a mother who loves her childthat is yet to be seen, so to, do Iyearn for words which are unbornand l

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Birth Of Punk Rock by Michael Philips

An aging warehouse with a cement floor, broken glass, and swooning walls.Proud of its code violations.No ads or radio spots, you just had toknow this was the place.Before the Dead Kennedys came o

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Birth Of Mount Kailash by Samanyan Lakshminarayanan

a mount....from a woman's breastthe jeevatma's lovefor the parmatmaa penance and meditationwith dedicationthe story goes thus....one day...PARVATHI DEVI had a swimin the MANOSAROVAR laketh

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The Birth by louis rams

he was born on a dark lonely nightand not a soul was in sight.his mother was driving homeon that starry night, when she startedto feel the contractions.she knew right then that she wouldhave to

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Birth Stories(For Linda) by Dónall Dempsey

Before we knewanything at all about sexwe knewall about our birthstories.Our Mamwould recall & regale us all(setting the table...peeling spuds...sweeping out the hall) with the intimatede

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To A Young Mother On The Birth Of Her Fi.. by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon

Young mother! proudly throbs thine heart, and well may it rejoice,Well may’st thou raise to Heaven above in grateful prayer thy voice:A gift hath been bestowed on thee, a gift of priceless worth,

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Zpt #1 Birth Of A New Day by Mary Havran

All is still and silent now The world is at peace with manThe terrors of day are quiet nowPeace reigns throughout the landThin shades of night come creepingslowly over the earthNow in awesome s

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Birth-Moment by Adelaide Crapsey

Behold her, Running through the waves Eager to reach the land; The water laps her, Sun and wind are on her, Healthy, brine-drenched and young, Behold Desire new-born;-Desire on first fulfillmen

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Birth by Joshua Fegley

In an open field I sit, my life has turned to shit; as I take this blade, and I make my slit. In the light of the moon. I'll end my life here tonight; enthralled to watch my blood flow, under

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