Poems about Son poems

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The Son I Never Knew I Had by Florence P. Wordsmith

Walking down the street one dayI saw a little ladThe boy just danced right up to meand said 'You are my dad! 'He showed me all of the results of a paternity testI'd always wanted a little boyI

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A Mother's Heart Breaks For Her Son - (J.. by Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson

Though I only had you for a month, that time though short, will remain in my heart, and mind for a lifetime. You were so young, sweet, adorable. You smiled, even up until the end. I held you in my

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My Son, You Can Make It by Ashley Jackson

My son, you can make itAlthough I am goneYou are not aloneGod will see you through all of your trying timesAs he sits on his throneMy son, you can make itPlease hold to God's unchanging handBe

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The Chosen Son by ~~~ Leaven ~~~

The Light.The chosen Son, Cleanses our bloodstained robes, To purify our hearts before God.-Savior-4-27-06Author: ~~~ Leaven ~~~

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Father Like Son by keturah bailey

I hope my little brother is nothing like youYour a monster that feeds on innocent mindsWhy are you so up tightLet go of me thats all you hearLittle bro try to stay strong don't pick up that mans b

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Ode To King Saul's Son by Frederick Kesner

'stately tall you meekly standon your finger the signet bandfor my sake you shunned your crownfor my breath your devotion fierceyou gave for me your sword and squireyour hospitality did neve

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The Prodigal Son by lilly mandrell

The prodigal son has returnedOpen arms and smilesWelcome him at the doorHe calls me on the phoneTelling me hes comingFinally ready to be backAt the end he says somethingIt means everything to

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My Son by Robert William Service

I must not let my boy Dick down, Knight of the air.With wings of light he won renown Then crashed somewhere.To fly to France from London town I do not dare.Oh he was

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The Muses' Son by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

THROUGH field and wood to stray,And pipe my tuneful lay,--'Tis thus my days are pass'd;And all keep tune with me,And move in harmony,And so on, to the last.To wait I scarce have powerThe gar

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Parable Of The Prodigal Son by Rajaram Ramachandran

'Let me have my share, Oh, my dear father, I'll seek my fortuneAbroad, ' said his second son.In the form of gold his propertyHe gathered and took his journeyInto a far away countryHoping for a

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He Is His Father's Son by Francis Duggan

His father a decorated soldier a noble hearted oneAnd he the ballad singer sings of battles fought and wonA true chip of the the old block when all is said and doneHe has his father's D N A and he

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Mother's Day (From A Son) by JAMES T. ADAIR

Dear MotherSpecial wishs from your sonThey say a mother's work is never doneand I can vouch for thatYou've done a tonand this day when all the thanksdoesn't seem quite enough I know you've stru

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