Family Quotes (4785 quotes)
Anita D - "Family Matters"
Here you will find a variety of poems about family that you are welcome to share with your immediate or extended family members. You could also add them to your scarpbook or share them on facebook it's up to you. Short Poem for Family. In addition, family members such as sisters, brothers, cousins and parents are great at offering free advice and their perspective on things. Some of the categories that are coverd include, family reunions, loss of a family member, Christmas with the family, and even these sentimental Mother's Day Poems. Most of these verses are meant to be sweet and inspirational, but you will find a few funny ones as well.
To be part of a family is to be in a relationship. There is an opportunity for a closeness and trust that cannot occur outside family. With this possibility for closeness is the possibility of hatred and estrangement. It is not easy to maintain positive relationships with those that we are naturally closest to. There are tensions that exist between family members that are not present in other relationships. Being in close proximity means that you know a person's great attributes as well as their faults. Maintaining family relationships are a tremendous challenge.
Famous poets such as Edgar A. Guest, Ella Wheeler Wilcox and Shel Silverstein write about the beauty and importance of family in these timeless popular.
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I Love My Family Poems
Our family is the proverbial egg that we were hatched from. Everything about who we are, both our nature and nurture comes from our family., It is common misconception that love is developed with unconditional love and understanding. Well that is one kind of love.
Prev Poem. Next Poem. I know what you are going through. My parents argue a lot, and I'm just in the middle of it. I don't like it and it just makes me sad. You are not alone.
Many times we can look at family with feelings of warmth, love , happiness, and safety. Just as many times, however, family can bring up pain and frustration and flat out trauma. Families are as complicated as the individuals that make them up. We walk around with their DNA trying to define who we are. Who do we look like? Are we really just like our mothers?