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Labor Birth Poems

These Labor Birth poems are examples of Birth poems about Labor. These are the best examples of Birth Labor poems written by international poets.

The Circle of Life
The last song faded and a silence ensued,
The last step was danced and bows taken,
Her heart beat it's last and now she sleeps.

The last bullet...

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Categories: birth, death, god, heaven, memory,


Out of despair man was bred
To be cared for was the aim
Striving to become gods, man lost it
The love once shared now forfeit 

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Categories: birth, absence, abuse, anger, betrayal,

Premium Member Angels Danced
Angels Danced

Precious child you were born blue with an apgar score of
only two, not breathing. Your mommy struggled long to 
give you life with great...

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Categories: birth, emotions, happiness,

I Am
I am refreshing as a cool summer's breeze that blows down from the mountains. 
I am a great childhood memory as grandma's ice tea and...

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© Niyna Che  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birth, anger, beautiful, character, creation,

Premium Member A Hospital Hoot
A Hospital Hoot!

Twas a freezing winter that year!
Drove in a fright that dark, starless night.
Car sliding all over slick, Chicago ice.
Was having labor pains, please...

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Categories: birth, humorous,

Unsung Laborers Day Of Humanity
Unsung Laborers Day of Humanity!

Hail to the unsung laborers who labor every day for a year, and at least up to eighteen more years!
Hail to...

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Categories: appreciation, birth, celebration, child,

Umbilicus Severed
Each of us is an infant seized
In the moment of labor spent.
We each are Samson, stained, restrained,
Chained between the pillars that confine us.
The womb of...

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Categories: birth, mythology, philosophy, surreal,

Common Thread first strand za
alternate long worded title – the grudge holder from one generation to the next for all intents and purposes remains the same, and thus interestingly...

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Categories: birth, 12th grade, 9th grade,

The birth of a mother
Inside the darkness of womb,
like a closed bud, yet to bloom.
Buried deep in a watery tomb,
my life pulsed...I knew no gloom.
My comfort zone, my cozy...

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Categories: baby, birth, care, cry,

Premium Member Six-Word Couplet Series -June 2018
In the womb
In labor, boom!

Her he enabled
Now she's disabled

Travel to Mars
Next stop stars

Math Test
Don't be hysterical
It's only numerical

Long awaited summit
Ascend or plummet?

Unlikely Nexus
Hooked on drugs

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addiction, birth, math, peace,

a belated CC Das Kapital Wicked Candle Box event for Karl Marx
Born May 5, 1818, in Trier Germany 
     to Heinrich and Henrietta Marx,
sans the third of nine children 

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Categories: birth, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Love sore
Who's works are restored
to be heard like words of nighten gales
those evening ladies too want
to have there name spoken
not against there lovers
but with there lovers

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Categories: birth, art, baby, beautiful, best

Okay, I'm Ready, What's Step Two
I followed the recipe on the first meal,
Cooked for my wonderful new expectant bride.
Focused on ingredients, prepared with zeal,
I baked it too long, it came...

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Categories: baby, birth, children, father,

Premium Member Parenthood A Gift
Nine months I carried and waited
for you to come into the world
so I could hold you in my arms.

I knew you were in my womb...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birth, child, love, mother,

Sing On
We have heard it said before
That the soul beats on 
Long after the heart has tired in its mortal labor

Where will our songs go
After the...

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Categories: beautiful, birth, conflict, courage,

First Cry
When I woke up one morning;
I knew there was something.
The feeling was too drowsy.
Every moment became lazy.

I chewed everything;
Grilled, sweets, pasta and all appetizing.
My mouth...

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Categories: birth, blessing, child,

Premium Member The Providentiality of Farming in Giantvillism - Page 1
The Providentiality of Farming in Giantvillism 

Eccentric people with their characteristics and ways must move forward to a more defined place.
The climate enriches the Earth...

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Categories: birth, adventure, art, best friend,

The Light of Amitabha
Upon the earth and within men’s hearth
All wander to labor when Helios beams 
And slumber and dream to the gleam of Selene 

Above Meru’s height...

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Categories: birth, age, art, august, beautiful,

I Awaken
I Awaken a child
to the nearness of my mother;
Feeling her breath of warmth--

(apparent is the joy
on her face
a labor well done);

my eyes maturing 
not quite...

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© Joe DiMino  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, birth, celebration, happy

Premium Member The Skeletons And Songs Of Samsara - 2
In the heart where your naivety resides
you wonder what haunts the sun
and why pain enjoys your childhood eyes,
when you see warm blood run
then you know...

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Categories: birth, death, life,