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Childhood Senryu Poems | Senryu Poems About Childhood

These Childhood Senryu poems are examples of Senryu poems about Childhood. These are the best examples of Childhood Senryu poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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Kindergarten's Best Friends

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                                                          Finger nail and dirt 
                                                          like belly button and fuzz
                                                                   Two peas in a pod





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Children, happy and contented

Story telling time Content in their small world Watch them fall asleep


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Paper Plane

Leaf, folded and thrown
When it crashes, spirits soar
My life is this leaf


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Raising Apples

apple falls near tree --

children reflect their parents

values and morals





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Dirty Wet Diaper

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                                            Dirty wet diaper
                               Sores, scabs, matted hair, crying
                                           Lady adopts_mom


Contest:"Senryu For Mom"
Sponsor:Francine Roberts



(My mother said that
when she first saw me
I had a dirty wet diaper
sores, and backed up against
her and called her mom.)


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Playground

Kids go down
The slide…they head toward the swings
TIME TO SCREAM!

Free time ends
Their parents want to go home
Frowns exchange 


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mother did not mind

mother did not mind
a kind beauty of passion
and then there was me

singer of night songs
tone deaf to all but to me
the randy cat howls

mated wife, mother
baker of red cherry pies
one in the oven


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Water Balloons

stretching it
balloon breaks on faucet
spray giggles

5-14-13


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School Days

Lots of learning
Lots of playing, seeing,and
Saying, the bell rings.


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brash and bad young boys

brash and bad young boys
who waged war with firecrackers...
still count ten fingers


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