Top 100 Poems About: CHILD


In this page, poems on / about “child” are listed.
  • 1.
    Single Mother

    She looked at the kid
    With a cold face
    A child who reminds her of her haze
    A child whom she pretentiously hated read more »

    Rakhi jay
  • 2.
    Rape

    I was the child
    who got raped
    I was the child
    that held it all in read more »

    Tracey Collins
  • 3.
    Runaway Child

    Runaway Child, don’t have to take it anymore

    Runaway Child, just walk out of that door read more »

    Patrick Harris
  • 4.
    Tiny Teachers

    If we looked to our children,
    So simple and pure.
    If we looked to our children,
    We could learn so much more. read more »

    Cindy Kocsis
  • 5.
    Children

    Children love, they laugh, they care.
    Children, bless them, they know how to share.
    Children try hard to be what you want,
    Sometimes they can't and they start read more »

    Dewey Nixon
  • 6.
    Give Love To The Children

    Give Love to the children Children need love everyday
    Give love to the children Guide them on their way
    Love's like a burning flame consumes all that stands in the way read more »

    Elizabeth Quinn
  • 7.
    Love is a child

    Love was a child, so meek and so mild
    Love was a child who smiled.
    Love was a child who played with a toy train
    Love was a child who jumped in puddles in the rain. read more »

    Daniel Hooks
  • 8.
    A Child Is Dying

    for every tree you cut down,
    a child is dying.
    for every barrel of oil that
    you drill and spill, read more »

    Eric Cockrell
  • 9.
    Poverty-I

    Lot of hunger and having no food is poverty,
    Not having spare cloth to take bath is poverty,
    Needing a shelter but not having one is poverty,
    Child's sick but can not buy treatment, is poverty, read more »

    Palas Kumar Ray
  • 10.
    A Mothers Love

    A mothers love is everlasting, forever
    A mother and her child will always be together
    A mothers love for her child through the smiles and the tears
    Will stay strong for years and years read more »

    Natasha Potter
  • 11.
    I Sent My Child To School Today

    I sent my child to school today
    With his little lunch box

    When he came home he said his friend read more »

    Doug Hollywood Davis
  • 12.
    What children know (understand)

    Children know laughter
    They know tears
    Children know peace
    They know chaos read more »

    Namie Elisha
  • 13.
    Eye's Of A Child

    Through the eyes of a child
    the world is grand
    playing at the beach building castles of sand
    Through the eyes of a child read more »

    Robin McGuigan
  • 14.
    Mother-Daughter Love

    Among the daisies
    sat the child,
    looking so ever
    meek and mild. read more »

    Noline A.V. Johnson
  • 15.
    Why Me?

    I am the child that always weeps,
    I am the child the never creeps,
    I am the child that has no friends,
    I am the child that needs many a-mends. read more »

    Kaleb Brown
  • 16.
    Mondays Child Poem

    Mondays child is fair of face,
    Tuesdays child is full of grace,
    Wednesdays child is full of woe,
    Thursdays child has far to go, read more »

    anamika dev
  • 17.
    poor unfortunate souls

    the children, oh children
    what was their fault
    was it to be born in a family
    with out a father mother or a brother read more »

    arooba hameed
  • 18.
    Remembering The Children

    Let the children sing,
    Let the children dance,
    Let the children play,
    In a safe and joyful way. read more »

    Hildred Marjorie Schloss
  • 19.
    Child of mine…

    To my beautiful child, , ,

    Beautiful child, being so small you inspire me big,
    Beautiful child, so fragile, you make me so strong, read more »

    Ale Duncan
  • 20.
    Eyes of a child

    Eyes of a child
    Such gems in stones
    Staring you close
    Still as blue sky read more »

    Siddharth Shah
  • 21.
    Old Child

    Child. Old child,
    No longer wild;
    No longer speaking,
    No longer beguiled; read more »

    Mihai Cosmescu
  • 22.
    Mother's Love

    Mother's Love
    mother's Love carry a child to term
    When Mother's Labor of Love holding the child in her arms
    Mother's Loved raise the child teach the child of Love read more »

    Rhonda Bowdidge
  • 23.
    A Prayer On Child Abuse

    Dear God Above
    Bless the children that need your love
    Bless the lives that are about to end
    Caused by a stranger, relative, or even a friend read more »

    Ginny Cadle
  • 24.
    My Lover The Sea

    I am that child with the round, dirty face
    who on every corner bothers you with his
    "can you spare a quarter?" read more »

    Reinaldo Arenas
  • 25.
    Click here to listen to Precious Moments

    Precious Moments My child's first steps
    As he falters along
    Are forever recorded
    In my precious song read more »

    Evelyn Hilpp Heslin
  • 26.
    Let me be a child again...

    Let me be a child again
    Let me freely fly
    soar high
    in the vast sky read more »

    Payal Malhotra
  • 27.
    A Little Child Is My Master

    A little child is my master
    I'm met by him to my nature
    He does not worry his past
    He does not care to future read more »

    Aroon George
  • 28.
    The Story Of Nevermore

    now I cast a hypnotic spell
    to free a child from her hell
    surrender now child fall deep in my spell
    just come to me child and all will be well read more »

    Raven Nevermore
  • 29.
    A Playground

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    John Hambrock
  • 30.
    A Struggling Child

    The tears of a lonely child
    No home left alone,
    on the Streets filled with hate and regret
    Is A child that never would forget, read more »

    Boyd Priaulx
  • 31.
    Red Fox Claims

    Mama I plead the dawn
    Red fern by northern star
    Pick her teeth, little fox child
    With the dead moon in her jaw read more »

    Alec Witthohn
  • 32.
    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
  • 33.
    Welcoming the New Century

    on their way to school
    the children cross the street
    a light-skinned child
    a dark-skinned child read more »

    Phan Lac Giang Dong
  • 34.
    Children of Light

    Children of light and beauty,
    Search your might and duty,
    Children of excellence and peace,
    Find your success and release. read more »

    Jasdeep Hari Bhajan Singh Khalsa
  • 35.
    we are children

    WE ARE CHILDREN!
    By *Richard Shekari*

    Must we come from the wombs of your mothers, wives and daughters to be called your own? read more »

    richard shekari
  • 36.
    My Unborn Child

    My Unborn child you I longed for, being your mother is what I adore.My Unborn Child god sent you just for me, when I found out you were a girl, It brightened up my whole world. My Unborn Child I will love you unconditionally, For that's my job and I will love doing it with ease. read more »

    tanerea lee
  • 37.
    An Ode To Mum

    Glue and sticky back plastic
    Lego, Playmobil and Penguin books
    Markers, highlighers and rulers
    How easy to hide. read more »

    Anna Watson
  • 38.
    Alone

    The child is alone
    And no one cares
    The child is hungry
    And no one shares read more »

    Blessed Curses
  • 39.
    Happy John

    There was John once
    Happy happy John
    Rich rich John
    Got got children read more »

    yashwanth kancharla
  • 40.
    The First Rain

    Running like a scared child
    The first rain approaches the earth
    Lying on floor like an adamant child
    The rain makes a puddle read more »

    Vijay Raybagkar
  • 41.
    Three children

    Three little children.
    One with a home.
    One sitting on a thrown.
    The last child only skin and bones. read more »

    yvette carbajal
  • 42.
    Monday's Child

    Monday’s child is full of face,
    Tuesday’s child is full of grace,
    Wednesday’s child is full of woe,
    Thursday’s child has far to go, read more »

    Zoe Field
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