Guilty Party by LilyWoodlin The word "I love you"...I should use it more often. I can show more affection to the one's that I love very much. For me, the family is my rock, where friends come and go. My family has never let me go. In turn, I will hold on to them. Extra: (Who is family to you?)
K, English, Family & Friendship, words: 174, 22h
2 Fluffy Family by CitrusChickadee Sometimes, pets are a big part of a family.
K, English, Poetry & Family, words: 20, favs: 1, 10/16
My dear child by BlessedStoryteller This poem is about a mother who finds a lost child and takes him in to live with her. It is meant to tie in to another series I'm writing called The Tempus Nocturne, Serenade, and Requiem over on FanFiction. The latter will directly reference this poem near the end. I wrote this specifically for that book series, and I don't think it's that impactful on it's own without context.
K, English, Family & Hurt/Comfort, words: 210, 9/11
2 Lemons are Meat by justin1p2kennon This poem is written in honor of my father and his amazing meatloaf. The best meatloaf in the whole world!
K, English, Poetry & Family, words: 59, favs: 1, follows: 1, 7/3
1Poems About » by alatum Cloud This is a poem series based on a subject pretty much meant for my eyes only. I don't care if you read it, but you won't understand what I'm talking about. I just wrote it because I love the topic very much. And if you can still read and enjoy it without knowing what it's for then I'll be happy. Or you just don't have to read, lol.
T, English, Poetry & Friendship, chapters: 4, words: 682, updated: 6/24 published: 6/10/2018
2Beauty Marks the Spot by Makeshift.Wings89 Our Hearts is where the Home is.
K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 321, favs: 1, follows: 1, 5/24
1Dorie by D890 I wrote this a year after we lost my niece at 8 years of age... it's been a long time now, but the feelings are the same.
K, English, Family & Poetry, words: 367, favs: 1, follows: 1, 5/6
Between Three Families by Cross D D A life is a story, as much as a story can be life. It is up to you on how you see it
K+, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 309, favs: 1, follows: 1, 5/3
1 Light Play by hopeburnsblue Written 7-27-18. My sister Cindy and I are both blind but grew up with some vision. This poem is about how light was often an integral part of play.
T, English, Poetry & Family, words: 75, favs: 2, follows: 1, 4/27
Those Perfect Tiny Feet by Electra001 The joys of parenthood
K+, English, Family, words: 58, favs: 1, follows: 1, 4/25
Insecurity by ExistentialCrisises I'm told people will miss me, but I can't feel the truth in those words.
T, English, Angst & Family, words: 134, favs: 1, follows: 1, 4/23
You Always Would by Prem SK When a father takes his son out to teach him how to ride his bike, he instead watches his son ride through life.
K+, English, Poetry & Family, words: 911, 4/20
4 Little Sister by Woedin I wish for you little sister, on your Birthday today. All the best fortunes, and blessings God can bestow. I do thank you dear girl, for ever being there for me when I was in such need. And at a time in my life when so many I'd placed faith in, were not. I Love you sis, always. Happy Birthday
K, English, Poetry, words: 67, favs: 2, follows: 1, 4/17
One Day by Lonelywriter17 One day I hope you can be proud of me
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 121, 4/7
Letters to a Dead Grandfather » by PaperPetals A letter for each season to the grandfather who raised me.
T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Family, chapters: 2, words: 317, favs: 1, follows: 1, 4/3
Wedding Day by starsfallen The day your child spreads their wings and leave the nest, is a mix of emotions. Bittersweet.
K+, English, words: 230, favs: 2, follows: 1, 3/27
1 In another life by BlackTshirtFan In another life, I will be the child you deserve.
K, English, Angst & Hurt/Comfort, words: 66, favs: 1, follows: 1, 3/21
Useless Offspring by Amoridere How that would be if I had any progeny
T, English, Drama, words: 167, favs: 2, follows: 1, 3/18
Home After a Catastrophe by Amoridere A father and daughter against a ruined world.
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Family, words: 156, favs: 1, follows: 1, 3/18
Ode to my Parents by Poppy O'Hair I couldn't find the words to say face to face. But I found them locked inside my pen. And from my pen to the keys. If you could see the pain I felt while writing this I hope you would at least try to understand. But tears can't transfer to electronics. Pain can.
T, English, Family & Hurt/Comfort, words: 875, favs: 1, follows: 1, 3/13
Third Summer by Tsaikai It was either the third or fourth week of August. I was walking down the middle of the city center when suddenly I started to tear up. It was not funny anymore.
K, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 598, favs: 1, follows: 1, 3/4