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  • 25.
    A Prayer For My Daughter

    ONCE more the storm is howling, and half hid
    Under this cradle-hood and coverlid
    My child sleeps on. There is no obstacle
    But Gregory's wood and one bare hill
    Whereby the haystack- and roof-levelling wind.
    Bred on the Atlantic, can be stayed;
    And for an hour I have walked and prayed
    Because of the great gloom that is in my mind.
    I have walked and prayed for this young child an hour
    And heard the sea-wind scream upon the tower,
    And-under the arches of the bridge, and scream
    In the elms above the flooded stream;
    Imagining in excited reverie
    That the future years had come,
    Dancing to a frenzied drum,
    Out of the murderous innocence of the sea.
    May she be granted beauty and yet not
    Beauty to make a stranger's eye distraught,
    Or hers before a looking-glass, for such,
    Being made beautiful overmuch,
    Consider beauty a sufficient end,
    Lose natural kindness and maybe
    The heart-revealing intimacy
    That chooses right, and never find a friend.
    Helen being chosen found life flat and dull
    And later had much trouble from a fool,
    While that great Queen, that rose out of the spray,
    Being fatherless could have her way
    Yet chose a bandy-legged smith for man.
    It's certain that fine women eat
    A crazy salad with their meat
    Whereby the Horn of plenty is undone.
    In courtesy I'd have her chiefly learned;
    Hearts are not had as a gift but hearts are earned
    By those that are not entirely beautiful;
    Yet many, that have played the fool
    For beauty's very self, has charm made wisc.
    And many a poor man that has roved,
    Loved and thought himself beloved,
    From a glad kindness cannot take his eyes.
    May she become a flourishing hidden tree
    That all her thoughts may like the linnet be,
    And have no business but dispensing round
    Their magnanimities of sound,
    Nor but in merriment begin a chase,
    Nor but in merriment a quarrel.
    O may she live like some green laurel
    Rooted in one dear perpetual place.
    My mind, because the minds that I have loved,
    The sort of beauty that I have approved,
    Prosper but little, has dried up of late,
    Yet knows that to be choked with hate
    May well be of all evil chances chief.
    If there's no hatred in a mind
    Assault and battery of the wind
    Can never tear the linnet from the leaf.
    An intellectual hatred is the worst,
    So let her think opinions are accursed.
    Have I not seen the loveliest woman born
    Out of the mouth of plenty's horn,
    Because of her opinionated mind
    Barter that horn and every good
    By quiet natures understood
    For an old bellows full of angry wind?
    Considering that, all hatred driven hence,
    The soul recovers radical innocence
    And learns at last that it is self-delighting,
    Self-appeasing, self-affrighting,
    And that its own sweet will is Heaven's will;
    She can, though every face should scowl
    And every windy quarter howl
    Or every bellows burst, be happy Still.
    And may her bridegroom bring her to a house
    Where all's accustomed, ceremonious;
    For arrogance and hatred are the wares
    Peddled in the thoroughfares.
    How but in custom and in ceremony
    Are innocence and beauty born?
    Ceremony's a name for the rich horn,
    And custom for the spreading laurel tree. read more »

  • 26.
    Whole Duty of Children

    A child should always say what's true
    And speak when he is spoken to,
    And behave mannerly at table; read more »

  • 27.
    Testament

    child,
    in the august of your life
    you come barefoot to me read more »

  • 28.
    Second Childhood

    Some deem I'm gentle, some I'm kind:
    It may be so,--I cannot say.
    I know I have a simple mind
    And see things in a simple way; read more »

  • 29.
    To a Child

    Dear child! how radiant on thy mother's knee,
    With merry-making eyes and jocund smiles,
    Thou gazest at the painted tiles,
    Whose figures grace, read more »

  • 30.
    To an Unborn Pauper Child

    Breathe not, hid Heart: cease silently,
    And though thy birth-hour beckons thee,
    Sleep the long sleep:
    The Doomsters heap read more »

  • 31.
    The Child-Angel

    They clamour and fight, they doubt and despair, they know no end
    to their wrangling.
    Let your life come amongst them like a flame of light, my
    child, unflickering and pure, and delight them into silence. read more »

  • 32.
    GRACE FOR A CHILD

    Here, a little child, I stand,
    Heaving up my either hand:
    Cold as paddocks though they be,
    Here I lift them up to thee, read more »

  • 33.
    TO THE LADY CREWE, UPON THE DEATH OF HER CHILD

    Why, Madam, will ye longer weep,
    Whenas your baby's lull'd asleep?
    And, pretty child, feels now no more
    Those pains it lately felt before. read more »

  • 34.
    I'd Love To Be A Fairy's Child

    Children born of fairy stock
    Never need for shirt or frock,
    Never want for food or fire,
    Always get their hearts desire: read more »

  • 35.
    Gacela of the Dead Child

    Each afternoon in Granada,
    each afternoon, a child dies.
    Each afternoon the water sits down
    and chats with its companions. read more »

  • 36.
    To An Orphan Child

    A Whimsey

    AH, child, thou art but half thy darling mother's;
    Hers couldst thou wholly be, read more »

New Child Poems

  1. Smiles of teachers., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  2. Thoughts from meadow near the school., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  3. Mother, Bakare Oluwagbenga Michael
  4. Child Smile, sherif monem
  5. African Child Through Your Eyes I See, Saviour Machuwaire
  6. let a child smile, Nikhil Parekh
  7. Mother never bear the cry, gajanan mishra
  8. My children my future, gajanan mishra
  9. Children're Our Future, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  10. Child Represents God, hasmukh amathalal
  11. A Child., Carlton Douglas Kennedy
  12. Child, gajanan mishra
  13. Native Fly: African Child, Vinz Poetry
  14. This Child, Elannia Lake
  15. Child-line, gajanan mishra
  16. Come Little Children - John Debney, Sashka Salvatore
  17. Children, novoti gcisakazi Calpurnia j ..
  18. Addison (Addy), Heather Burns
  19. Eyes of a child, Siddharth Shah
  20. A Child's Expression, Philo Yan
  21. A Mother, Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
  22. Monday's Child is Ill, Bruce Larkin
  23. Truth Smiles In Child!, Ramdas Bhandarkar
  24. Children of Light, Jasdeep Hari Bhajan Singh Kh ..
  25. 7faces, sally ann jackson
  26. (Freedom poems) Fairy child, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  27. Toss and Grab 1,, veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  28. Mondays Child Poem, anamika dev
  29. Every Child!, Eric Cockrell
  30. The child removes the sky and earth, Miroslava Odalovic
  31. The Child Had No Trust, Miroslava Odalovic
  32. Y... Close to my children, Aufie Zophy
  33. How Many Children? (Holiness), Eric Cockrell
  34. To Be A Child Again, Kenneth Davis
  35. Give Love To Children, akingbehin daniel murphy
  36. Hungry Children, Bethany Williams
  37. Once Children Are Rifting, Ezna Stephna
  38. A child stuck in time, Babygirl 1992
  39. Child In Your Arms, Dave Alan Walker
  40. A Prayer On Child Abuse, Ginny Cadle
  41. The African Mother, Ortiz Antwi
  42. Wind Child Love Embracing, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  43. Children Do Not Suffer, Heather Burns
  44. The Story Of Nevermore, Raven Nevermore
  45. Why Me?, Kaleb Brown
  46. For A Child, Shalom Freedman
  47. LIFESONG, No Reason To Care
  48. LET THE CHILDREN REMEMBER, Aldo Kraas
  49. Three children, yvette carbajal
  50. Don't Cry, Child, Nina Dringo
  51. Mother's Love, Rhonda Bowdidge
  52. Sadness into one Heart, annamaria bicego
  53. The Child, Brie Carter
  54. why hate me i am just a child, Gamar robinson
  55. The Child, Maria Luisa Taylor
  56. Who Will Cry?, Natasha Ligons
  57. I know a child, Sami Woodall
  58. Child Molester, Ramona Thompson
  59. The Child, Helen Williamson
  60. Monday's Child, Zoe Field
  61. A Broken Child, Haley Brown
  62. Give Your Child A Heart., Palas Kumar Ray
  63. where is the child?, Sarah Abu Zeid
  64. The Child, Dr John Celes
  65. precious as a child, Morhardt Carmen Mencita Mono ..
  66. I Sent My Child To School Today, Doug Hollywood Davis
  67. There Are No Children Here, Violet Llewellyn
  68. Child's words, Old Amsterdam
  69. Child, Child, Sophia White
  70. THIS IS OUR WORLD! ! (SHOCKING n EXPLICIT), Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil ..
  71. What children know (understand), Namie Elisha
  72. THE WAR OF THE CHILDREN, Aldo Kraas
  73. GIVE THIS CHILD WHAT SHE NEEDS, Aldo Kraas
  74. CHILDREN OF PERSIA, Aldo Kraas
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