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Short My Children poem by Adam Hapworth| Details | |


head pounds all around
noise echos inside and out
must find quiet space

Short My Children poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


they sit and do this
they look as its fix
and it s cool
to eat mom food
if all is able

Short My Children poem by POET. UNDERTAKER| Details | |



             tussle, roll
          pierce in pace
       toy-cycle in hand

written 02-08-2013

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 Daisy Marie Yant| Details | |

Daisy's Original Quote

It's not the job that's hard;
It's the attitude you take to accomplish it.

This is the quote I raised my 3 sons on whenever they would tell me washing the dishes or any other task was too hard.

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 Christina Williams| Details | |


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
first squeezed my finger

Short My Children poem by Jaafar Sadig El Waad| Details | |


To My daughters Loubabatoul Koubra, Halima Saadiya and Maryam Jamilah

A knock on the door
Shouts from the inside
All the three running 
To swoon over my knees
Laughing my lovely
The gate to paradise
The gift from 
The Messenger,
My lifelong model.

Short My Children poem by Karen Colibri| Details | |


For you, I will do anything,
I will watch you while you sleep.
Be there when fear opens your eyes,
Hold you until you feel safe.

You are mine,
So go wherever you want,
Do whatever you want to do,
But know that I will watch over you,
And I won't shut my eyes until I know that you are safe.

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.

Short My Children poem by Holly Ward| Details | |

Blonde and Blue

Blonde, blue is what I see
Running around along the trees.
Essences of life with all of its wonder
The brightest lights in a world of somber.
A question to an answer I didn’t see before
With love, jubilation and what I adore.
How simplistically put, but which is true
My picturesque dreams, of blonde and blue.

Short My Children poem by shantae longmore| Details | |

My children

I'm raising my kid's the best i know how,
I give them all the attention a kid should ever need AND MORE,
I'm determined my kid's will flourish and fully succeed.
My kid's are thriving and have a wonderful life,
They are my shining star on a cold dark night,
They bring joy and happiness into my life,
They are my children.

Short My Children poem by Steven Riley| Details | |

The absence of touch

The absence of touch attaches itself 
To the narrow whisper of his heart beat. 
Footprints echo in loving embrace 
Of his fathers mummified conscience
There are memories that rise like the sun 
On days when the leaves aren't kept
There are days when the rain won't come
All he wants to do is look outside And see him starring back.

Short My Children poem by Kim Bond| Details | |

Kim Bond

Mother of Rachel, Trey, and a few pets;
Lover of Jesus Christ our Lord, darling husband Hank, and faith-based writing;
Who feels hopeful, joyful, and whimsical; 
Who fears tight spaces, long races, and crowded places;
Who would like to see her Savior’s face, gifts of grace, things fall in place;  
Resident of Saint Louis, Missouri;

Short My Children poem by TAMMY REAMS| Details | |

Heaven in the Face of a Child

The first tear of joy
The first smile of life
The first words of thought
The first prayer to God

The glow upon their face
The lips that speak at Grace
The eyes of crystal glass
That see all in God's place

Look quickly, watch closely
For even in a glance
Carry it deeply and never forget
Know that there is Heaven in the face of every child.

T reams

Short My Children poem by Eileen R. Kelly| Details | |

In my childs' eyes

I see God in my child's' eyes...

I see forgiveness in my child's' eyes...

I see love in my child's' eyes

I see my children love life...

...the way I love life...

I see my children treat themselves
the way I treat myself and others'...

...the way life has blessed me...
...with love - with love
...from God

...In my child's' eyes I feel God...
...I am truly blessed...

Short My Children poem by Michelle Edwards| Details | |

Summer Time

Summer Time
and in the spring
the children sprout
growing up until they old
reminiscing on the past
(Summer Time)...
 So innocent and young
growing old and wise
telling true stories
to the children eyes
some young become old fools
just make sure its not you
Summer Time
and in the spring
the children sprout
growing up until they old
reminiscing on the past
(Summer Time)...

Short My Children poem by tifarrah miller| Details | |

What is the point in life that causes us so much strife why dont we all just end our lives
a bullet to the brain would do it an aspirin to the heart would surely stop it I just cant
fathom to think a better way than to end the pain and what more pain can the afterlife
bring yet my children who will wipe away my children s tears for i am like a god in there
eyes and what if god committed suicide

Short My Children poem by April Gabriella| Details | |

Sleeping Children

Sleeping children please don't wake
Mommy has had a very long day
Sleeping children please keep dreaming
Rest your minds for another day of scheming
My little babies stay aslumber
So mommy can rest unencumbered
Sleeping children please stay quiet
You know how mommy craves her silence
 Sleeping children please don't wake
You are the cutest babies on earth while in this state

Another one I'm not sure is done yet...

Short My Children poem by Andy Craig| Details | |

At the seaside

 At the seaside after a stuffy

 ride. A landscape view of

 sun sea and sand. Land

 engulfed by water as the

 tide comes in towards us.

 The sun high up yet still

 warming our whole body's,

 right through to our souls.

 A glorious yellow glow, what

 magnificent view amidst a bright

 blue sky. Down by the seashore

 waves tumble and fall, our children

 play with faces aglow. Being brought

 in on the tidal flow.

Short My Children poem by Cortez Maurell Lewis| Details | |

My Child My Child

My Child My Heart
My Hope My Strength
For You My Child 
I Will Go To Any Length

I Will Leap From Tall Buildings 
In A Single Bound 
I Will Jump In The Face Of Danger
Just To See You Safe And Sound

You Bring Me Joy 
Plus Light and Motivation
I Will Do All I Can To Make Sure 
You Reach The Height Of Elevation

………My Child ……My Child……

You’re A Precious Jewel 
In a World Of Harsh Times 
But That Won't Break Up The Love
Because Your A Child Of Mine!!

Short My Children poem by Rev. Samuel Mack OMS DD| Details | |

I Do Believe

"I Do Believe" 

The purpose of LIFE is to {Living In Faith Ever} 
to enrich God within us 
to an optimum level 
so that We as Humans 
can be guided by God 
to fuel out brothers and sisters 
with the same driving force 
to connect with the living God, 
to His existence and 
to See the Invisible, 
Believe the Incredible, and 
to Receive the Impossible 
to our everlasting journey 
to Heaven.

Rev. Samuel Mack
Copyright 2013

Short My Children poem by Denise Hopkins| Details | |


 written 30th march 2001

I love with my soul
 but my soul is gone, so why do I love

My eyes are to see you's
 but you's aren't to be seen, so why do I need my eyes

My fingers are to feel you's
 but you's I can not feel, so I do not need my fingers

My arms are full of cuddles
 but there's no one to cuddle, so why have arms

My legs are to lead you's the way
 but I have no one to lead, so my legs have no use to me

My life is for only you's
 so without you's, why do I need this life

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