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1 Poem for Mothers day by wolfgirl124 I wrote this poem for my mom on Mothers day. Warning SHORT!
K, English, Poetry & Family, words: 134, 6/20
My Grandmother Held My Hand Today by Author-in-my-heart A short poem from ages ago to help myself deal with my grandmother's dementia. Rated T to be safe.
T, English, words: 247, 6/18
Honey by Jabi07 Remorial poem for my dog Honey
K, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 154, 6/17
Date by Guarded Silence I can never remember the date.
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Family, words: 94, 6/15
1 Nobody's Home by MindHeartMatter116 "When I'm gone, tell him. I'm happier where he cannot follow". I reflect on broken family relationships and the emotional drain therein.
T, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 227, 6/8
1 There Are Times by rapturemelancholia A poem about loss & grief.
T, English, Tragedy & Family, words: 109, 5/28
I Went To War by TheDarkLovers Written a long time ago
T, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 473, 5/27
A Series of Unfortunate Original Works » by midnightlibra89 Poems written for those I love and call family.
K, English, Poetry & Family, chapters: 4, words: 575, 5/25
1Mother, Mother by MadameX818 A mother is supposed to know her child best, right? She should never laugh when her child wants to cry, lend an ear when they feel like screaming. That is the mother every child needs . . . the mother you failed to be. A letter to a mother from her daughter. Every secret that she was never able to tell. The story of a boy who wanted to be remembered as a girl.
T, English, Angst & Tragedy, words: 2k+, favs: 2, 5/19
Tell Me by TheDarkLovers I miss you so much. R.I.P.
T, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 111, 5/18
1 Sorrow by rapturemelancholia How grieving feels after the loss of a sibling.
T, English, Tragedy & Family, words: 114, 5/18
Room at the Back of the House by SkyeD This was a school assignment for my English class. I hope you like it!
K, English, words: 191, 5/9
My Beloved Granny by 19mayflowers I wrote this a long time ago, about my grandmother, whom I was close with (and has now passed away). She did a lot for me and everyone she knew. Her service and love really made an impact on those it touched. It will always be remembered. Your reviews of my work are always appreciated.
K, English, Family & Friendship, words: 74, 5/6
Rose by Bookgirl227 this is for my mom and dad. I doubt they will ever read it. rated T for one semi-bad word.
T, English, Family, words: 68, 5/4
1 cold war by Bookgirl227 There was once a war that tore family apart. Set brother on brother, father on son. Sometimes I think you and I are reliving it in our own way. Note: This is for my brother. for once in your life please read something I ask you to.
T, English, Family & Friendship, words: 125, 5/4
Beloved Sister by rapturemelancholia Early mornings bring the memories back.
T, English, Tragedy & Family, words: 133, 5/4
My Mothers Day Gift by Space Ace A man uses this than-bauk poem to tell us why he's looking for a certain type of song.
K+, English, Poetry, words: 10, 5/3
on rebellious children by CMfan5000 A little ditty on childish rebellion
K, English, Poetry & Humor, words: 81, 4/30
The Lonesome Days by PerseShow On the slow death of a grandmother…
T, English, Family & Tragedy, words: 131, 4/29
1 Big Baby by Mirra Shards "Here she sprawls in my lap" All credit goes to my mom, who was the writer before me.
K, English, Family & Poetry, words: 67, favs: 1, 4/27
Tibi Gratias Ago by Zosia Rose A poem I wrote for my Boppa (grandfather). Kudos to anyone who can tell me what 'Tibi Gratias Ago' means.
K, English, Family & Poetry, words: 201, 4/24
Mom by Ashina The rock in stormy seas, our support in times of need
K, English, Poetry & Family, words: 60, favs: 1, 4/19
Ouma by User 104 Spend time with your loved ones before its too late. Make the most of life
K+, Afrikaans, Family & Hurt/Comfort, words: 186, 4/19
Is It Too Late to Ask by Mystic Storys Even though you're gone, can I ask you something.
K+, English, Family & Hurt/Comfort, words: 135, 4/18
Daddy Dearest by FourthBearerOfTheTriforce "Children learn from their parents, set an example!" Because who wouldn't want their child to be a monster?
T, English, Angst & Family, words: 225, favs: 1, 4/18
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