Poems About: CHILDHOOD
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Silently sitting, brooding within, thinking of the past a little bit, missing my Mom and knowing soon that I'll miss my Dad.
Childhood has a way of sneaking away from life when we're not looking.
Passing through the years not noticing as it silently disappears from sight.
There are no advertisements as we live through childhood, we enjoy it the best we can and continue to grow and mature. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Your Childhood is a thought away
You think it would never see the light of day. Your childhood is a heart beat away.
Then you close your eyes, the thought comes clearly to your suprise. It brings a smile apon your face, the sun shining bright in the sky not a thought of a cloud. read more »Styles Diesel
243.*poem 4 my childhood bestie TMB*
when u once lived here
life was so much different
life was fun and kewl
life was always an adventure for me & u read more »SmashLey Sweetie Simons
244.On Children’s Day
On Children’s Day*
Empower the childhood for bright future,
Let not penury their geniality butcher. read more »C. P. Sharma
We feel the boredom of childhood life,
Feeling the pain of today, we may;
Where we must fight with all our might,
To survive and live a long gainful day. read more »Anirox Zorina
Frozen buds are born into the world of blood and hate
They fall day by day
Caught up in the storm of rages.
Young lives are wrecked read more »Natasha Kirke
247.The Child That I Am
Blue, Red and Yellow
Are primary colors.
The colors of childhood;
The colors of children. read more »Carole Moran
248.Childhood Memories Three: Bumble Bees In Space
down the rabbit hole
of childhood memories
we tumble into lost world read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
249.'The Oddball In The Window'
The boy sat at the window
Looking out at the other boys
Laughing and playing their games
Enjoying their childhood days read more »Michael Micmac Mccrory
What is the price of a childhood lost?
And who is the one to pay the cost?
For the child who's often left alone,
And forced to grow up on their own, read more »Alan W. Jankowski
251.And When You Do
For more than people have,
and when you do.
My Childhood pulse is you. read more »Is It Poetry
252.Lovelist Stage Of Life
Childhood is the loveliest period of life.
It is full of mother's love, father's pamper and teacher's blessings.
Unaware of the worldly problems.
No tension and no worries, freedom everywhere. read more »sarada panda