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Poems About: CHILDHOOD

In this page, poems on / about “childhood” are listed.

  • 61.
    never saved

    vision stunted by past deeds
    leading to my current place,
    childhood face: disconnected,
    now adrift on stagnant lake. read more »

    Christopher Withers
  • 62.

    i miss my childhood now evrybody
    grow they dont play hide and seek
    no more early in the morning rushing to
    skool childhood was fun you only have read more »

    milouse dacius
  • 63.

    When we are in our childhood we actually only live in it, we don't realise the joy it gave us.
    By the time we step in our adultery, our childhood seems to fade. read more »

    paradise yuv
  • 64.
    Glimpses of My Childhood

    Went through the album today
    In which there were pictures of my childhood
    I was such a good child and always use to smile
    I was really cute too and when I looked at the images, tears came into my eyes. read more »

    Rohit Sapra
  • 65.

    In our orchards,
    The childhood is creeping,
    We are burdening, read more »

    dr. ram sharma
  • 66.
    Alone Yet

    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 read more »

    Mashiur Rahman
  • 67.
    Hassle, Hassle the Crazy Cage

    # Hassle hassle the crazy cage #
    Raju Baruah read more »

    Raju Baruah
  • 68.

    Paints her dying lips in cherry red
    To conceal herself – Why? read more »

    Amy Marie
  • 69.
    I remember my childhood

    I remember my childhood
    Whenever I am in the mood

    I remember my childhood read more »

    Sylvia Chidi
  • 70.

    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
  • 71.

    Oh! where did it go,
    The childhood I recall,
    It passed like the winter snow.
    Like the summer flowers, read more »

    Richard Netherland Cook
  • 72.
    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
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