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Short My Children poem by karen croft| Details | |

winter's snow

winter's snow has come
let me play with my children
laughing all the way

Short My Children poem by Xavier Keough| Details | |

Savior

You are my children
I will wash sin from your feet
Your faith carries thee

Short My Children poem by Joy Wellington| Details | |

All For One - One For All


Together at last
Your children are my children 
My children are yours



Short My Children poem by James Marshall Goff| Details | |

A Mother's Thoughts on Post War Landmines

Sorrow sparks sunrise
Where can my children roam free?
My tears fill oceans


06/29/13

Short My Children poem by COPELAND CALLOWAY| Details | |

I'm Finally Published! But It Will Not Go To My Head!

I'm an Author, a writer, a stay up all nighter!
I finally published my children's book, what a long 
time it took!

Short My Children poem by Joyce Johnson| Details | |

My Life's Mission

To scatter love where ere I go
To love my neighbor as myself
To love God even more than my children


Won a no. 8

Short My Children poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

TEACH YOUR SON FIRST

Teach me not-

Mouths of my children how to shut,

See first your's improved a lot,

Fired a D-law at her M-law a shot!

Short My Children poem by Joe Flach| Details | |

Christmas

Christmas time is here;
Full of holiday cheer;
Yet, I long for yesteryear,
When my children all were near…
In my eggnog drips a tear.

Short My Children poem by reyhan yucebay| Details | |

Walking in piece

Walking in springs of sounds
Found our self in cage sing freedom
Forgiven impossible given torture
Asking my children free making future

Short My Children poem by Nick Bagnall| Details | |

My Fledglings it's TIME

So now I sit and watch the years go past
I wonder how my children grew so fast






For : Time - single rhyming couplet contest 
1st Place

Short My Children poem by Just That Archaic Poet| Details | |

You Love Me More Than You Love Yourself

Oh, my children; precious babes!
I've placed all your pictures on the shelf
And as I wander toward my grave
(I realize)
You love me more than you love yourself...

Short My Children poem by David Bull| Details | |

My Children My World

Mischievous smile
It makes me laugh

Cheeky grin
It makes me chuckle

Innocent stare
It makes me wonder

Excited eyes
Makes me beam

This is my world
My children

Short My Children poem by Sayeed Abubakar| Details | |

If


If it becomes the last day,
Before I say
Goodbye
I die,
Forgive me then,
My children.

Forgive, o Sun
Forgive, o Moon
I couldn't understand
I have to go so soon
Leaving all
Great and small.

Short My Children poem by christine a kysely| Details | |

Written In My Blood

written in my blood

my children have come of me

tattoos they need not.

 

 

(January 21, 2011  Wausau, Wisconsin)


(c) Copyright 2011 by Christine A Kysely, All Rights Reserved

Short My Children poem by reyhan yucebay| Details | |

my precious children

In one piece hold in hands 
My children in wars  lost lives
Enchanted welcome heroes
Is it about our lives  in land
Or we have broad interest in 
My precious children 
Should come back home



Short My Children poem by Doris Culverhouse| Details | |

Abby

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A wonderful, beautiful young girl Bright eyes seeking God Because dad and mom believe Youth seeks and absorbs knowledge of God For a young girl in my children's church class

Short My Children poem by Joyce Johnson| Details | |

Keep the Blessings

Old age is slippng up on me more rapidly each day.
I move the clock hands backward and reverse the calendar.
But wait! Where did my children go?  Untold riches have come with age.





For Adeleke's contest

Short My Children poem by Gwendolyn ODEN| Details | |

My, My, My, My

My father left me, my mother let her mother raise me, my brothers did not 
appreciate me, me ex-husband took me for granted, my children broke me, my lover 
betrayed me. Yet through and after it all my God made me.

Short My Children poem by karen croft| Details | |

my broken column

I have wore myself ragged
Giving myself to my children,
 my husband,
 and into the work force
Piece by piece I break away
Giving to anyone in need
Leaving my body as an open door
For all to see
My inner beauty

Short My Children poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

ROLE GOLD

I'm a father belongs to my children,
A husband to wife,
An in-law to in-laws,
A citizen to the nation,
An employee to employer,
A worker to the society,
A friend to friends,
A long I belong,
I'm a head alone!

Short My Children poem by pamela vardy| Details | |

leave me alone

 

My children are of an age where I can let them be 
I wish they would do the same for me 
All they do is take and demand and leave the hard work behind 
I really could do with a hand but they simply don't understand !!

Short My Children poem by Misty Penton-Leccese| Details | |

The Greatest Gift in Life

Love of my children More precious than words can say The joy of my life
By: Misty Leccese © November 19, 2010 To my son, Asa, and daughter, Danielle. The Greatest gifts in my life.

Short My Children poem by John Heck| Details | |

Manna from Heaven

Thousands gathered unaware
Fish were sparse and rare
Seven loaves of bread to spare
Christ gently professed
Twelve baskets I’ve blessed
My children
Share!


Mark 6:41-44.

Wishing everyone a Happy and Blessed Easter!

Short My Children poem by gary dye| Details | |

God's Song

Their putting all my friends
in Jail
Where did I Fail?
Father
I guess I got here
too late.

My mistake
and my children have
forsaken me
I guess I stayed
away
too long
I pray your song !


graydye July 6 2012


Short My Children poem by karen croft| Details | |

my broken column

I have wore myself ragged
Giving myself to my children,
 my husband,
 and into the work force
Piece by piece I break away
Giving to anyone in need
Leaving my body as an open door
For all to see
My inner beauty 


The broken column

Short My Children poem by Daljit Khankhana| Details | |

My Eyes,

Dedicated to my children
(Ravi & Kiran)

On the first floor,
In the dark,
Always, 
My eyes,
Acrosses lights,
In a front window.

A moth flicked,
Round the light,
But my eyes,
Still
Chasing a shadow,
Behind the curtain.

Short My Children poem by Kristy De La Keur Scoveille| Details | |

MamaBear

Mother is what I am
Always worrying about my cubs
Mourns the loss of being with my children
Agrees that life is not fair
Beginning a new chapter in my life
Every day a new challenge
Always will love my kids
Ready to take on the world

Short My Children poem by Nyonglema Pisoh| Details | |

New Life

Hiding in mummy's tummy, kicking happily away
 I'm kissing you warmly, clapping and singing in play
 They say in a few weeks
 I'll be able to kiss  your new cheeks
 I can't wait for the morning I'll lift you in a sway

(c) Nyonglema

Short My Children poem by Bryn Murphy| Details | |

the man of my dreams

You are the man of my dreams 
You are the smell of fresh air
You are the sight of a new day
You bring the kindness to my heart
You make me happy on a gloomy day
You will be the father of my children one day
You are mine forver
I love you

Short My Children poem by Christina Williams| Details | |

Blessing

Priceless pearl
my hidden diamond
love's sweet jewel

Heaven sent
Angelic countenance
Beauty so pure

Lovely daughter
your character delights
my devotion forever

Heartbeat on screen
My unbelief ceased
the moment
You
first squeezed my finger






Short My Children poem by Murray Mahauariki| Details | |

Spring Haiku Trio

On the eve of spring, Mother nature awakens, to prepare her land. A gentle whisper, spreads to all she touches, wake up my children. A new dawn arrives, plush and bountiful haven, magic everwhere.
M.Mahauariki © 2012

Short My Children poem by Modupe Sefunmi| Details | |

INTEGRITY

Not my money or my wealth,
can speak well of me at my death.
Not my children or my position,
will men remember when I am in oblivion.
But the truth of my living,
and the honesty of my being,
will men remember in eternity,
if I live a life of integrity.









Short My Children poem by karen croft| Details | |

i hate the word Never

i can and i will
i am able to work
i am able to raise my children
i can cook(and very well too)
i can drive a truck
i can write 
i can read
i can keep house
i can and i will
i can do anything i want if i put my mind to it
i don't allow NEVER to butt in and take over

Short My Children poem by Yasmin Ilahi| Details | |

Mother

To be a mother is to guide my children.  To be a mother is to protect them from harm.
I love to see my children smile, to hear them laught,play and sleep.
'mummy' I love to here theses words.  They give me happiness and hope.
To be a mother is the best gift of all.

Short My Children poem by Alexei Meleshenko| Details | |

Last Soldier's Thoughts

I lay on the ground
Think of the life.
I'm going to leave
My children and wife.

I don't want to do that,
I just don't have choice.
Nobody hears 
My whispering voice.

There're too many people,
Don't know who they are.
They fight here...
Who needs this war?

Short My Children poem by Doris Culverhouse| Details | |

Harrison

Hope for eternal life
Always the firstborn son
Really glad to be alive
Ready to travel
Interesting story teller, 
Smart
Only young for a short time
Nice and sweet, and proud of his accomplishments




a tribute to Harrison Hilley in my children's church class.

Short My Children poem by Rajesh sharma| Details | |

Pull Away

A women goes to work.
It’s a normal day.
I will this time get on time.
I will make sure my children come.
They won’t have to walk today.
It will be pulled wherever it goes.
There can’t be a noise.
Wake up but it will still be there.
I’d better hurry I’m getting late

Short My Children poem by Tanya Edwards| Details | |

Life and Death

I’m afraid of Life,  I’m afraid of Death.

Afraid of Life, because I’m a mom,
Afraid of Death, because I’m a mom
My children are both grown-18 and 21 years old!
But,
Life and Death isn’t always fair,
Trust in your God.
Know that He will always keep you in His care.

Short My Children poem by Sena Slaughter| Details | |

Mommy

May hap I'm not beautiful, I'll never be a queen;
Or maybe I'm not famous, but still my words are seen;
Maybe my life seems boring, with not a lot to show;
My hands are always busy, and I'm running to and fro;
Yet my life is rich indeed, because my children love me so.



Short My Children poem by Tim Ryerson| Details | |

I Do Not Fear Dying

I do not fear dying
I fear suffering and dying
like being my children's next burden
like forgetting who I am or ever was
like becoming a 90 year-old in diapers 
like staying awake far past bed-time...
No, I do not fear dying
I fear suffering and dying

By: tryerson
Motif: Gothic

Short My Children poem by Brenda Atry| Details | |

To My Children

To My Children

Your teeth are green.
Your hot breath reeks.
Your room is a mess.
Your clothing stinks.
Your voice is loud.
Your ears are deaf.
I am your maid
and personal chef.
I'm proud of you
and all your traits
Cause I'm the one
Who made you great.

Brenda Atry

Short My Children poem by Teresa Harr-Pena| Details | |

Falling Apart

My seams are busting
The thread is unraveling
Shreading my hopes

Way too much stress
I'm falling apart
Someone help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Inhale...Exhale

I'm am strong
I have faith
My children are my every breath
I have love

Ok

This isn't helping. LOL

Short My Children poem by Mike Walsh| Details | |

Firelight Man

Hey you fella,
Gotta smoke for me.
I Aborigine.

You bring blanket,
Flour and tea.
You come along
Sit with me.

All'a my children
Come from my earth.
Belong back again
To the rocks and plains.

Every my child 
A star in the sky,
You look 
You never never see.

Come along
Sit with me.


Short My Children poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details | |

All My Children

All My Children. All are mine.
The unwanted, the most loved. All are mine.
All My Children. All are mine.
The weak, the healthy, the poor & rich, the deaf & blind.
They are all of my children. Every one.
I vow to always try to help you all find your place in the sun.

by John Doe

Short My Children poem by HOLLY MOORE| Details | |

Me

Holly
Silly, fun, petite, creative
Daughter of Carolyn
Lover of Harold, my children, my dog
Who feels pain, heartache, and some joy
Who fears snakes, spiders, and bugs
Who would like to see Europe, world peace, and no drama
Upstate, South Carolina
Moore

©Holly P. Moore
   October 2012

Short My Children poem by sekitto kisakye| Details | |

LINEAGE

My grand father
is a father to my father,
and my grand mother
is a mother to my mother.
Today iam a father,
a father to my children
and my wife is a mother,
a mother to them.
One day or one time,
i will be a grand father
and my wife
will be a grand mother.
Oh, that's what i call a lineage.

Short My Children poem by Guy-Adler Dorelien| Details | |

The Cry of our Future Childs

Here in front of me, 
Are the shadows of a nation.
Faltering, falling, than dying.
In my adolescent hands,
In my child’s hands, 
And in my children’s, children’s hands.

They cry
They beseech 
With gory tears, 
Seeping out of their eyes.
As they speculate on why,
Have we forsaken them?



Short My Children poem by Jamie Grattan| Details | |

Regret-FULL

Regret-FULL I cannot take away,
 Hurt I've caused from choices yesterday.
Regret-FULL That You will never see,
Just how  Truly great I've grown  Up to be.
Regret-FULL My children will never Know, 
How you'd love them as they grow.
Regret-FULL For so many things,
And Fearful of what tomorrow brings.





Short My Children poem by Marycile Beer| Details | |

Thank You God

Dear God you gave to me
You gave to me a man honest and true
A man honest and true to father my children
To father my children  to care for us too
To care for us too in all that we do
In all that we do he was there to see us through
He was there to see us through,  until you called him home to you.

Short My Children poem by JACOB MUTHOKA| Details | |

Another One

all gazing there up,
't was time to drop.
the cloud shift'd beautifully.
excit'd by the show,
our boys did ignore
the lazy lark wittingly.

while larks larked festive,
Ben waxed real sportive,
n'saw no trees shaking nearby.
a vulture schemed wise,
afloat their reverse,
the Choco won a goodbye.

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