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Family Reunion Poems

Printable poems ideal for family reunions, anniversary celebrations, showers and honorary events. These poems were written by author Mark Angelo Askew. Aspire to inspire. These beautifully designed poems are perfect for craft projects, gifts and framed awards. Use them for speeches and inspirational presentations.

9 inspiring family reunion poems.

Family Reunion Poems - Poetry Collection

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Legends Live Among Us - Printable Family Reunion Poem - They are not god's or demi-gods. Only proof that we are made in Gods image. They are not angels or messengers from above. But by their words and deeds the message is delivered. They are not giants. But when they speak one knows they have walked among them. They are not Lords or granted Knighthood for their estate, stature and loyalties are for a higher purpose. When they teach us we are transported to the very...

Teach Them How - A Printable Family Reunion Short Story - My eyes must have been bucked as he asked, "You hungry? Want some of this fish don'tcha? Before I give one fish to yah I'm going to teach you how I catch'em." "String!" He said loudly pulling out his line like it was some big-time secret. "You got to have long strong string. Someth'n between you and your catch so you can reel'em in! Hook!" He yelled. "Ya gotta have a hook. Something they latch on and never let go... Bate!..."

Wisdom Tree - A Printable Family Reunion Poem - A thousand years and thirty three The man child spoke curiously Wisdom tree what did you see of 62 generations that came to be Holding court under this tree As scribe to each and every case Much I gathered from this single place With each page turned the lessons learned Passed unto sons whose seats were earned Mother, daughter bonds congealed Unto her sons their purpose revealed an honor that settles his very soul...

Deep Blue - A Printable Family Reunion Poem - From where I came I certainly know. A truth within it tells me so. Blue was the water from which I came to be. I was of it. It was of me. The land the sky and the deep deep blue sea. The sun set sank in vermilion and gold. It's rays dimming under orange violet folds. The wind blew cold each summer night. The wide plains wheat were like clouds of light. Roasted nuts and seasoned fish. Sweet melon cuts on an oiled dish...

You Will Grow - A Printable Family Reunion Poem - When you see that respecting others builds bridges you will one day have to cross and cross again you will grow. When you find that humility is one of the strongest of qualities essential to our survival you will grow. When you learn that calmness, patience and meditation acquires a tougher more resilient skin you will grow. When you come to understand that life depends on...

This You Gave To Me - A Printable Family Reunion Poem - When I did not believe I could keep going, where did I get the assurance that if I did not give up give out or give in I would succeed? This you gave me. When I felt an overwhelming failure Where did I get the confidence that I had what I needed to shape bend and grow into what I have become and yet will be? This you gave me. When I was worn out...

We Rise To Tell Their Story - A Printable Family Reunion Poem - When we celebrate new life or weep over lives lost we rise and tell their story. Their lives imprinted in our memory never to be forgotten. We rise to tell their story. When we hear their voices in our own laughter and their song becomes the music of our lives. As we grow older and their conviction becomes that of our own. We surely rise to tell their story...

Finding Our Way Back Home - A Printable Family Reunion Poem - Though thousands of miles apart, her children once scattered across a vast country set this date in stone and mapped out a course and one by one each daughter and son made a journey home. They made a journey home. Somehow by grace and providence we've arrived to fall upon the bosom of all our family. To kiss warm faces and wipe the tears of joy from cheeks cracked and dimpled by time. We found our way back home...