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Poems About: CHILDREN

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

  • 157.
    Dysfunctional Parenting?

    parents who give
    everything to children
    are not kind but cruel? read more »

    Terry Craddock
  • 158.
    The children in black

    The children in black
    Where did their childhoods go
    Trailing water behind
    How did they become this cynical read more »

    Lillie Ellis
  • 159.
    I Would Do For You

    The Mother looks into the eyes of her child,
    With the love that is so deep and true
    Then she hugs her child and loves her child,
    And says, “ there is nothing that I would not do for you”. read more »

    Randy McClave
  • 160.
    The Storm-Child

    The Storm-Child
    The storm-child ah! she wandereth
    Alone
    Alone read more »

    Emmanuel George Cefai
  • 161.
    Child

    The young child, Christ, is straight and wise
    And asks questions of the old men, questions
    Found under running water for all children
    And found under shadows thrown on still waters read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 162.
    Friday's Child

    Friday's child is loving and giving,
    almost to a fault it seems
    for this child will give up everything
    so someone else can live their dreams read more »

    Sara Stowell
  • 163.
    There Won't Be an America

    Children, I yearn forgiveness
    for my supposition
    i thought no harm in neglect
    or abused position read more »

    Annie Cordelia Adams
  • 164.
    Child's food

    Your child is
    In need of some food
    Your child is
    In need of a cloth read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 165.
    Only For Children

    Children's day for the year 2013

    Children's smile costs more than diamond, read more »

    sakalabaktula sairaj
  • 166.
    Innocent Children

    Cinematic quality
    The appearance of innocent children read more »

    Uchechukwu Agodom
  • 167.
    All Of Their Laughter

    A child’s smile is a gift from God
    A child’s touch like that of Angel’s wings
    A wriggle of their nose like the spread of fairy dust
    A child’s dimples softer than cream puffs read more »

    Brian Kilpatrick
  • 168.
    In The Silence Of My Soul A Deepest Happiness

    IN THE SILENCE OF MY SOUL A DEEPEST HAPPINESS

    In the silence of my soul a deepest happiness
    Why? read more »

    Shalom Freedman
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