How to Find Funny Birthday Poems For Family ?
There are many creative ways you can use your free funny poems. You can write them on your birthday gift to your family member. You can also read it out loud at their party so everyone can enjoy it.
Writing family poems are not very tough. All we need is a solid body to give the best subject. It should be on the theme that parents or caregivers will be happy or it can emphasize a point in time 16 years birthday, or if it is 25th anniversary. Then we can choose the style of writing that according to the occasion will be selected. You should draft content and with a variety of ways, using lines, paragraphs, to make adjustments. You can recall all the memories and happy moments of the person we're writing a poem about.
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***family poem 5***
A Tribute To Family ~ by Michelle A. Moran
I don't know when it started,
Or how it all began.
But God created families,
As only our Lord can.
He was teaching what it means,
To love, honor, and obey.
He wanted a strong bond,
That we don't see too much today.
He wanted someone to hold us,
And show respect for others.
He wanted someone who'd be gentle,
And so he created mothers.
He wanted someone strong,
A support filled with love.
And so he created fathers,
Sent from heaven up above.
Brothers and sisters came next,
With that, an instant friend.
Someone to look up to,
Someone on who to depend.
When he put them all together,
He was amazed at what he'd done.
He had created a family,
Mother, father, daughter, son.
But look at the family,
Created by only two.
How many we've become,
And all because of you.
We have a lot to be thankful for,
The memories through the years.
The many times together,
Full of laughter, full of tears.
I don't know where we'd be today,
If it weren't for the two of you.
To show us strength, support, and love,
Like only the two of you can do.
***family poem 6***
Dear Grandma ~ by Candi Kay
Dear Grandma, I miss you so much!
I wish I could hug you, even a little touch.
You meant so much to me,
I knew you loved me too, even though you could not see.
I wish you were here to talk to,
Because that is all I used to do.
Was listen to you for hours talk,
And I still remember that short walk
That me and you took down the road.
It meant so much to me, even though it never showed.
Little did I know, It would be the last walk we took.
And I still remember the way you look,
The way you acted, they way you cared.
How you laughed and how you dared.
I respected you so much for that,
Even when I was a brat.
"I love you" was the last thing you said,
Before you took your final rest in bed.
But I never got a chance to respond
That I loved you too, we had a special bond.
I never wanted to say goodbye,
But I know I'll meet you again, when I die.
***family poem 7***
Without a Mother ~ By Matthew David Ward
I wish I had a mother
A father who cares more
Someone I could turn to
In life's thunderous storms
I wish I had more hope
Instead of these dark beliefs
More positive influences
That will not just up and leave
I can honestly say
A child without a mother is lost
For the mother teaches value
While the father teaches cost
***family poem 8***
Grandma, I Remember ~ by Brenda Metz
All the things you used to do
Cooking dinner on Sunday
Making homemade stew
Sitting for hours
Telling us tales
Of how poor Jonah
Was swallowed by the whale
Working in your garden
Pulling all the weeds
Wiping sweat from your brow
And gently planting seeds
You are a special Grandma
One that we adore
You taught us right from wrong
And so very much more.
Grandma I remember
When you would sing a song
You would encourage
Us all to sing along
And you would sit and rock
And read the Bible
While we would play
I can still see it
As you held it in your hands
Well worn from all your reading
And learning of God's plans
Grandma, I remember
Don't worry about me
You taught us all so well
Years ago upon your knee.