i am part of the DNA that binds a family together but a huge part of me is not connected though a father i have not really from the same blood but had me as his own ’till his dying dawn a mother i have not the one who carried me into her womb but loved me as her own even in days i am doomed siblings i have, no binding DNA’s attached but adored me as nobody else’ did as you can see we can be family minus the scientific description of what a family should be.
A family isn’t limited to parents and their biological children. The word “family” is a big word. It covers many other types of loving Families who are closely bound by their love and concern for one another.
Some families have one parent—either a mom or a dad. Some have both a mom and a dad. Others have two moms or two dads.
Some kids live in families with foster parents. They care for children when their biological parents cannot. Other parents choose to adopt children to love and care for.
Lots of people consider good friends to be part of their family. Family members are often close. They feel they can depend on one another for caring guidance and support.
Write a humorous rant. In this poem, you may excoriate to your heart’s content all the things that get on your nerves. Perhaps it’s people who tailgate when driving or don’t put the caps back on pens after they use them. Or the raccoons who get into your garbage cans.