These Childhood Cinquain poems are examples of Cinquain poems about Childhood. These are the best examples of Childhood Cinquain poems written by international PoetrySoup poets
Plastic truck keys
Ride-on toy push with feet
Tricycle, tractor, wagon, truck
tis cold this night so love clear starry sky behold rainbow around moon above so bold the walk in snow tis bright no path not yet we talk frosty vapors intwine in flight then caught - the fire from hill come sleighs children bound to conspire the mood now dire first kiss to weigh transpires
Weeping, cringing, loathing
Things children shouldn’t feel
Struggling, bleeding, collapsing
My pain continues unheard
Hiding, listening, praying
Life is my suffering
Reeling, clutching, grinning
The agony has ended
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Sweet tinkle plays
Wistful sparkle of joy
Intimacy Granting Shelter
Serenity, Support, Love, Comfort
How true is the saying that youth is eternal and glorious only for some,
when hearts are free of worries, they know nothing of human pain;
fantasy suddenly begins and dusk that brings night delays to come...
and as wild and incredible it might seem, it always recalls home!
Youth must be lived, not wasted, but be reveled in happy refrain.
Eyes on me,
In my direction?
Can't they look somewhere else?
Discomfart rises, too.
Afraid to mess up,
Afraid to fail.
Eyes are on me.
I feel pale.
I don't want
Cooing And Kicking Fun
Parents Favorite Gem of Their Love
running amok at play;
mirrors of who I used to be.
A mother's touch
A father's protection
Where the heart was born and raised