Poems About: CHILD
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289.To Heal or Not
The child with fever will not eat.
Free modern clinics are nearby.
The parents choose old ways to treat,
Paying a week's earnings to try read more »Ima Ryma
290.We need one another
What happen to the days?
When a child not only raised by
His mother and father
But had the community as whole read more »Loveness Jamela
291.Remembering The Children
Let the children sing,
Let the children dance,
Let the children play,
In a safe and joyful way. read more »Hildred Marjorie Schloss
292.'If I were dead'
'IF I were dead, you'd sometimes say, Poor Child!'
The dear lips quiver'd as they spake,
And the tears brake
From eyes which, not to grieve me, brightly smiled. read more »Coventry Patmore
You’re complete with the one
You’re in love with
As long has your with them
And everything is great read more »charles kuehnle
294.Harvests of Salvation
a motherless child would rather stand in a thousand lashes
then to stand alone
a motherless child not deserving of another orphan’s sympathy
because you motherless child, has a mother still with thee read more »Kylee Wells
Crys are various and many-to list, it would go like this: -
The cry of a newborn just come from Heaven
The cry of the mother's joy knowing her child is born well read more »Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
296.Mother or Momma
A mother gives birth, but a momma raises a child.
A mother brags on how smart her child is. read more »Lore Me34
297.A Child Should Have A Pet
Every little child should have a pet -
And be responsible for its care and to love,
A dog, a bunny, a parakeet, a pony, a turtle,
Or any other pet not mentioned above. read more »Joseph T. Renaldi
298.Children Rise Up
Children rise up
Children rise up
You are free
You are free read more »Lee John Siebritz
299.Prayer of a Father
our generation of children are going astray
to hung down pants and children
who don’t want to obey
some mothers are there read more »Yolonda Lee
300.The Sins of the Parents
History has shown us
just how damaging it is for the child
of a parent who has been badly brought up
The circle has to be broken read more »Janice M Pickett