Top 100 Poems About: BIRTH


In this page, poems on / about “birth” are listed.
  • 1.
    Before The Birth Of One Of Her Children

    All things within this fading world hath end,
    Adversity doth still our joys attend;
    No ties so strong, no friends so dear and sweet,
    But with death's parting blow are sure to meet.
    The sentence past is most irrevocable, read more »

    Anne Bradstreet
  • 2.
    An Ode Of The Birth Of Our Saviour

    In numbers, and but these few,
    I sing thy birth, oh JESU!
    Thou pretty Baby, born here,
    With sup'rabundant scorn here; read more »

    Robert Herrick
  • 3.
    The Birth Of Love

    When Love was born of heavenly line,
    What dire intrigues disturbed Cythera's joy!
    Till Venus cried, 'A mother's heart is mine;
    None but myself shall nurse my boy,' read more »

    William Wordsworth
  • 4.
    Bennett Birth

    We are all born in a house or apartment
    To parents of emotional growth finance department
    Through the blindness of the parents the child walks
    The grandparents limitations filter his talks read more »

    Alexander Galahad
  • 5.
    Midnight Birth

    Miraculous Metal.
    A gift from heaven.
    Mary, for a little while.
    On seven. read more »

    David Domansky
  • 6.
    The Birth Of The Doric Nation

    Of darkness and imperfect sights was born,
    With astronomical accuracy you might say,
    Of barren, primordial rocks,
    In unsuspecting barbaric legacy, read more »

    George Pararas-Carayannis
  • 7.
    Birth

    Birth is a mess.. fashionable undress,
    A spiritual miracle for the main.
    But how can a hugging become such a mugging
    The moment my domicile is drained? read more »

    H H Rutledge
  • 8.
    The Birth Of Wisdom

    WISDOM COMMETH WITH THE DAWN
    OF KNOWING WHO WE TRULY BE
    SPIRIT, LIGHT, AND LOVE WE SEE
    AS ALL THERE IS - TO ETERNITY. read more »

    Margaret Foley Byassee
  • 9.
    The Birth Of A Rose

    As the bud begines to bloom beneath
    the melting snow.
    A reminder of spring comes into mind,
    Natures way will allow it to grow... read more »

    Mary Polachek
  • 10.
    The Birth Of A Poem

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    Noel Fabri
  • 11.
    The Birth Of A Fawn

    Rolling green, before me spread.
    Entices me to look --
    Just beyond the meadow --
    Where a fawn is being born. read more »

    Stanley Watson
  • 12.
    Scotland Land Of My Birth

    Scotland with your banks and braes mountains valleys moors and rivers
    The greenest grass you have ever seen the rainiest of weather
    You can hear the bagpipes playing and see the swirl of kilts
    Each clan has a history of their own Clan Crest and Tartan Kilt read more »

    Susanna Burton Goehler Campbell
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