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Newborn Birth Poems

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


How little credit you are given 
to have chosen to given birth!
Millions of aborted children~
where are their bodies now?
An answer far too frightening
us to unearth!


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Categories: birth, blessing, child, mother,

Wake Me Up
A plea of the unborn child to its mother.

Wake Me Up

When the time is ripe, awaken me!
I long to see your world.
How many blessings there...

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Categories: abortion, baby, birth, child,

Premium Member The Promise
The Promise

A promise wakes your mornings
 Following you in whispers,
Walking in your footsteps,
Murmuring in the soft bleating
 Of birthing ewes
As close to you as the...

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Categories: birth, life,

Premium Member Born to Save Me
In a small lite stable, 
In a manger made into in a cradle
A beautiful newborn baby 
Born to save me. 
Ten little fingers, ten perfect...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: baby, birth, jesus,

Premium Member The Cradle
~The Cradle~

Leafless arms extend full length.
Embracing in their curves an empty cradle
Tucked into a cozy arbor still lingering
With the scent of apple blossoms full grown

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Categories: bird, birth, nature,

God looked at the newborn male and scratched His chin
The child was meant to be a cowboy one day -
He would garner that steely look...

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Categories: birth,

Premium Member - La Luna Asoma -

The waves of the wake will shower
when daughters of the sea, shall arise
they meet the storm with important delivery
- the mermaid's egg

This birth is unique

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Categories: beauty, birth, ocean,

Premium Member I LOVE WORDS

I love "WORDS" I love the way "WORDS" can change a mood, make you smile, make you laugh, and we all know "WORDS" can make...

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© Cal Bambi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: baby, birth, emotions, girl,

Newborn me,
Didn’t know the world,
And the world didn’t know me.
With closed, arched eyes,
I slept through most memories.
All that surrounded me were
Genuine smiles and affectionate hugs.

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© Wen Ding  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birth, 11th grade, age, appreciation,

Green Leaves
Green Leaves

After the flowers fade
The world belongs to one color

Like rains and dewdrops sacrifice themselves to the earth 
Leaves abide by the same commitment to...

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© stina lu  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birth, april, art, baby, beautiful,

A Winners Contempt
This is not a playground fight this is more like the 48 laws of power & the art of war, this is all about you...

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Categories: betrayal, birth, black love,

Premium Member MOTHER NATURE
Sue’s labour lasted for seventeen hours
finally hears newborn cries -
a family at last!


Writing Challenge 4, March 2019- Kimo- Poetry Contest

Sponsored By Dear Heart

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Categories: birth,

Premium Member Angel



Emanates from 


March 20, 2017 for Joseph May's Light Up The Page 3 Poetry Contest

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Categories: birth,

she was giving birth, a surrogate mother, to a rich childless couple. she had been instructed to not look at the baby, did and relented,...

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Categories: birth, april, atheist, baby, bereavement,

Premium Member Cry of the Newborn
A newborn is lovingly pulled out
Of the womb, taking air 
Into her lungs for the very first time
Infinitesimally silent, then comes
Her first cry. A mellifluous...

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Categories: baby, birth, conflict, cry,

Premium Member Brandon

They say ...
That babies don't smile
You were SO big when you were born - 11lbs 3ozs
And being VBAC, you had been through a lot in...

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Categories: birth, child, father son,

For Harry and Meghan
A new born is growing
Will baby have red hair
Or brown, long and flowing
At this point in time 
There is no way of...

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Categories: baby, birth, joy, spring,

Premium Member A Newborn
A newborn baby 
fresh from Heaven is sent here
with wisdom beyond our own.

We’re fools to think it
is dumb because it can’t speak;
but, babies are very...

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Categories: baby, birth, child, children,

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 Beauty of a New Birth
The Beauty of a New Birth
There are no comparisons to the birth of a newborn. The joy of the parents...

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Categories: birth, analogy, blessing, devotion, feelings,