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Poems About: CHILDREN

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  • 241.
    Children In America!

    one out of three
    children in America,
    living in poverty? read more »

    Eric Cockrell
  • 242.
    Through A Child's Eyes

    Have you ever wondered
    What’s its like to see through a child’s eyes?
    Have you ever wondered
    What a child’s sees? read more »

    Nicole GravellPellerino
  • 243.
    In The Name Of The Children

    While chilling one Saturday at home
    My door was darkened
    By a pair of campaign workers read more »

    Murphy Payne
  • 244.
    A Childish Conversation

    A child from one part of the world cries
    Malnourishment and infectious disease all should not be mine
    A child from another part of the world replies
    Obesity and psychiatric disorders are things I can’t deny read more »

    Han Min Ohn
  • 245.
    Child Of My Life

    Child of my life
    Close your eyes
    Sleep tight read more »

    Dave Alan Walker
  • 246.
    A Child Is Born

    a child, a child, a child is born
    to a mother who lies near death;
    no food, no home, no place to go,
    smell the stink of fear on her breath. read more »

    Eric Cockrell
  • 247.
    Beware! Grown Up Children!

    Children need parental love,
    Children utilise parental services,
    Children get life with parental guidance,
    Children want parental money and property; read more »

    Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  • 248.
    A Word from The I Am

    Children I beseech thee, come unto me
    I have come to bring greater things upon you
    My Son has come for you to follow through
    The blood of My Son is among you read more »

    Debra Stewart
  • 249.
    Hunger in Botany Bay

    Hunger lurks down the streets of Botany Bay;
    The lonely child famished and peckish cries for food
    None notices the child, for they’re preoccupied with the travesty of justice in Botany Bay
    An observant vagabond pays heed to the child, and shares the lone piece of bread read more »

    Deepak Hiremath
  • 250.
    Our Children

    A baby sitter who can’t stand kids
    A drunken father slaps his children around
    A drug addict mother who sleeps and does nothing but get high
    A sister who never comes home in time to protect the small ones read more »

    jessica roberts
  • 251.
    A Mother Child

    A mother is a child
    She is younger than her children
    That is why she learns from them read more »

    Dustin Bennefield
  • 252.
    Entreating the Wyrd

    I know not where the Fates may lead me
    as I call upon the sisterly guides
    I fear that they may yet deceive me
    as they answer my desolate cries read more »

    Sheri Walters
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