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  • 121.
    The Child’s Dream

    Buried in childhood’s cloudless dreams, a fair-haired nursling lay,
    A soft smile hovered round the lips as if still oped to pray;
    And then a vision came to him, of beauty, strange and mild,
    Such as may only fill the dreams of a pure sinless child.

    Stood by his couch an angel fair, with radiant, glitt’ring wings
    Of hues as bright as the living gems the fount to Heaven flings;
    With loving smile he bent above the fair child cradled there,
    While sounds of sweet seraphic power stole o’er the fragrant air.

    “Child, list to me,” he softly said, “on mission high I’m here:
    Sent by that Glorious One to whom Heav’n bows in loving fear;
    I seek thee now, whilst thou art still on the threshold of earth’s strife,
    To speak of what thou knowest not yet, this new and wond’rous life.

    “Dost cling to it? dost find this earth a fair and lovely one?
    Dost love its bright-dyed birds and flowers, its radiant golden sun?
    I come to bid thee leave it all—to turn from its bright bloom,
    And, having closed thine eyes in death, descend into the tomb.

    “Thou shudderest, child! with restless gaze from me thou turn’st away;
    ’Mid summer flowers and singing birds wouldst thou remain to play;
    Thou still wouldst bask in the dear light of thy fond father’s smile,
    And on thy mother’s doating heart would linger yet awhile.

    “’Tis well, sweet child, I blame thee not, but in spheres far away
    Are blossoms lovelier far than those which tempt thee here to stay;
    And if the love of parents fond with joy thy heart doth fill,
    In those bright distant realms is One who loves thee better still!

    “That One for thee in suffering lived—for thy sake, too, he died;
    Oh! like the ocean is His love, as deep, my child, as wide.
    Leave, then, this earth ere hideous sin thy spotless brow shall dim—
    One struggling breath, one parting pang, and then thou’lt be with Him!”

    A smile lit up the sleeper’s face, but soon it softly fled,
    The rose leaf cheeks and lips grew wan—could it be the child was dead?
    Yes, dead—and spared the ills of life, and in bright bliss above
    The pure soul nestles in the light of God’s unbounded Love. read more »

  • 122.
    Never feel shy

    Never stand alone
    Against cyclone
    That may sweep you away
    To throw somewhere on the way read more »

  • 123.
    Child Labor

    Hopeful eyes, happy smiles
    Soft hands, million dreams
    Is this not the identity of a child?
    Then why do i see  read more »

  • 124.
    Alive Toys

    Unfortunately some did not have any toy
    In the childhood... read more »

  • 125.
    Equal? ?

    Ingrained, broken glass
    scattered on every surface
    my childhood playground read more »

  • 126.
    Haiku - A bag of marbles

    storeroom's bag of marbles
    how fast childhood years
    have rolled by read more »

  • 127.

    childhood, beautiful childhood
    But unfortunate to little one
    where childhood is hardships
    Where schooling is neglected read more »

  • 128.
    Many Years Into Yesterday

    On the banks of the Mississippi,
    we fished for catfish
    with a bent pin on a string.
    We sat in ragged trousers read more »

  • 129.

    I recall my first birthday, I think
    A million years ago
    I know I need a real stiff drink
    My time is running low read more »

  • 130.
    Wishes To Children.

    Childhood dreams sweet dreams
    From dreams a castle built
    A castle in sea shore sand
    There the child dreamed a life read more »

  • 131.
    Inviting Childhood

    childhood o childhood;
    please come back once again;
    i again want to enjoy my that
    days; read more »

  • 132.
    Her pretty childhood

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New Childhood Poems

  1. Naughtiness and my childhood, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  2. My Childhood's Home, John Bradford
  3. There's No Heaven, Neela Nath
  4. Facilities To Childhood., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  5. Epic Story Of Childhood., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  6. Childhood For Differently Able., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  7. Inviting Childhood, maharshi trivedi
  8. Wishes To Children., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  9. Childhood, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  10. Childhood, A Lost Dream, Neela Nath
  11. Childhood, Aftab Alam
  12. Remembering Childhood, maharshi trivedi
  13. - Blessed -, Aparna Chatterjee
  14. CHILDHOOD'S MAGIC 10 WORD, Beryl Dov
  15. the greatest sin, Nikhil Parekh
  16. Skipping Stones, Kyle Schlicher
  17. Enfance, Eric Dubois
  18. Childhood, Ravikumar C.P.
  19. My Childhood, Gamaliel Scipio
  20. Recall, Aparna Chatterjee
  21. Childhood, Biplab Singha
  22. my childhood, Saffan Asif
  23. Glimpses of My Childhood, Rohit Sapra
  24. My Childhood, Sir. Shaheer Ahmed
  25. Alufalism words, Senator alufalism
  26. My Childhood, micheal john
  27. Do You Remember Childhood, Faith Grayson
  28. When childhood comes back again, Alexander Povolotsky
  29. Lullaby, Eloida Capuno
  30. Childhood, Z.I. Mahmud
  31. Childhood, Tasha Thomson
  32. Alone Yet, Mashiur Rahman
  33. The Jingles From My Childhood, Nana Kwame Nketsiah
  34. Ode To Back Old Days, sunnetra basu
  35. I miss my childhood, Shashank Dwivedi
  36. Why Do Children Want To Grow, Kaila George
  37. childhood is..., shenika vermaak
  38. Childhood Marble Poem, john tiong chunghoo
  39. Childhood, Ron Burn
  40. Strange Twists In Parent Echo, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  41. Return my Childhood, S.D. TIWARI
  42. Len Webster's 'Childhood Is...', Len Webster
  43. STANDING ON THE THRESHOLD, sudha pandey
  44. I am a lot wiser now than in my childhood, Aldo Kraas
  45. Childhood, paradise yuv
  46. I miss my childhood, Jinal Oswal
  47. Reviving Childhood, Amy Marie
  48. Childhood's Christmas, Patti Masterman
  49. Childhood, Ayesha A R
  50. A ribbon of notes, Patti Masterman
  51. Andante - Beethoven's Sixth Symphony, Annie Adams Fields
  52. My Innocent Childhood, Zeya Mallick
  53. Childhood, Just In Love
  54. Childhood, Ashmita Saha
  55. To Hans Christian Andersen, Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
  56. Hassle, Hassle the Crazy Cage, Raju Baruah
  57. On Child Labour, Sameer Daniel Gardner
  58. Why, Amy Marie
  59. Abused Child, Mula Veereswara Rao
  60. Childhood, RiRi S...
  61. When My Childhood Dies, Evevona Plummer
  62. My Childhood, jahanvi .................... ..
  63. Super Mario Brothers Live As Video Gamer.., Ashleigh Leona Mellon
  64. Childhood, Kervan Aaron
  65. I can't remember, demarcus reynolds
  66. my childhood garden, danielle eager
  67. Lost times, A. V. Asreg
  68. My Childhood, Kiera R Lewis
  69. Innocence was stolen, Tiffany Johnson
  70. 2.03 Childhood - Youth - Old Age, Munindra (Munnan) Misra
  71. My Childhood Faded Away, Philip Lore
  72. Haiku - A bag of marbles, john tiong chunghoo
  73. I look through my childhood, Savio Vogt
  74. Childhood, Praveen Baid
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