Poems About: CHILDHOOD
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
vision stunted by past deeds
leading to my current place,
childhood face: disconnected,
now adrift on stagnant lake. read more »Christopher Withers
In our orchards,
The childhood is creeping,
We are burdening, read more »dr. ram sharma
My shadow lady with melodious dreams of childhood ask to my youth age, how are you?
'I'm not well so you can't well
you should not well
when I will well than you should well' read more »Mashiur Rahman
52.I remember my childhood
I remember my childhood
Whenever I am in the mood
I remember my childhood read more »Sylvia Chidi
53.The greatest sin
Having supremely spell binding eyes was simply not a sin at all; but
pretending that you were gruesomely blind; unable to see a step
further even after possessing them right since innocent childhood;
was the greatest sin, read more »Nikhil Parekh
54.My Childhood Memories
Childhood memories are often steeped in mystery.
The older we get the memories exclude
sometimes things we might find painful as we journeyed on.
I tried to visualise my childhood as a happy one, read more »David Harris
The most enjoying period in one's life,
Is the exciting childhood life.
There is so much time for play,
And also make things with clay. read more »Ananth Patri
56.My Childhood Faded Away
My childhood has faded away
In those days I had no bills to pay.
I close my eyes and remember those days. read more »Philip Lore
57.Return my Childhood
If I get a chance to bargain
Will ask the Almighty again;
‘O God! If thy really could
Give me back my childhood. read more »S.D. TIWARI
Turning back the pages of my life,
I realize childhood was the best moment.
Living each moment without the fear of tomorrow,
Fulfilling wishes through the powerful weapon read more »Ayesha A R
Oh! where did it go,
The childhood I recall,
It passed like the winter snow.
Like the summer flowers, read more »Richard Netherland Cook
60.When the childhood comes back again
When the childhood comes back again
Through the window of your fast life train read more »Alexander Povolotsky