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Chaperone Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Scarlet Chaperone Mike Gentile Haiku Haiku chaperone, autumn, beauty, nature, seasons,
A Departed Soul Mike Gentile Free verse Free verse chaperone, change, home, memory,
Going,going, gone Tim Parry Rhyme Rhyme chaperone, inspirational, spiritual, visionary,
In This Wood Lycia Harding Quatern Quatern chaperone, dad, life, tree,
Oblivious Anna Hopper Couplet Couplet chaperone, age, how i feel,
Feelings Wendy Nipas Ballad Ballad chaperone, feelings, joy,
Premium Member Poem HALLOWEEN - Senryu John lawless Senryu Senryu chaperone, children, halloween, parents,
Artemisia, Part 6 of 12 Michael Coy Rhyme Rhyme chaperone,
Where have the old days gone Gail Lewis Prose Prose chaperone, education, emotions, environment, feelings,
Facade Viv Wigley Sonnet Sonnet chaperone, romance,
Premium Member Poem My cousin chaos Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse chaperone, cinderella, farewell, firework, halloween,
virtual life metrics Andrew Foreman Free verse Free verse chaperone, friend, world,
las meninas 2 Francis Osho I do not know? I do not know? chaperone, allegory,
You Make Me Smile Debasis Karmakar Prose Poetry Prose Poetry chaperone, dream, i miss you,
Down Adam Foley Lyric Lyric chaperone, dark, depression, grief, heartbreak,
Premium Member Poem Sad Gay Poem Brian Johnston Rhyme Rhyme chaperone, love,
Premium Member Poem A Crown of Thorns Debbie Guzzi Crown of Sonnets Crown of Sonnets chaperone, beauty, betrayal, identity,
Premium Member Poem The Girls Night Out John lawless Verse Verse chaperone, family, nostalgia,
Premium Member Poem PHRASIS STREAMS part 4 recited Brian Strand Verse Verse chaperone, poems, poetry,
Premium Member Poem Prelude to summer-Whipsy Winds Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick Haiku Haiku chaperone, dance, ocean, summer, wind,
hurricane halloween andrew delapruch Free verse Free verse chaperone, life,
Maria de Medeiros Michael Smith Rhyme Rhyme chaperone, people,
Show Choir Moms mike dailey Rhyme Rhyme chaperone, daughter, family, mother, school
Dwelling amongst the moments Diamond Poetry I do not know? I do not know? chaperone, depression, inspirational, life, passion,
Premium Member Poem When the Red Rose was Released James Fraser Couplet Couplet chaperone, fantasyschool, beautiful, red, beautiful,
Blue Eyes Tris Tram Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme chaperone, beach, blue,
Chaperone Nigel Fawcett Crystalline Crystalline chaperone, love, nature
Premium Member Poem CODDLE ,COSSET Brian Strand Rhyme Rhyme chaperone, life, philosophy, social,
Shall We? Veronica Merka Free verse Free verse chaperone, adventure, happiness, love, passion,
Thank Heaven For Little Girls Doreen Ambrose Couplet Couplet chaperone, loss, world,
Sitting in Front of the Washing Machine Matt Kindelmann I do not know? I do not know? chaperone, life, clothes,

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Chaperone Poem Example

Thank Heaven For Little Girls

(To The Memories of Jon Benet Ramsey, Sherrice Iverson and Ryan Harris)

Sometimes I reach down to hold your tiny hand
And I come up feeling powerless and helpless and
Unable to understand, why I will never see you
Playing in a schoolyard, backyard or
Playground because someone decided to take 
What the world had found:

Three beautiful little girls,
With ponytails and bright faces
Whose pictures and stories have
Turned up in so many places
To tell stories of torture and abuse
To show the world that you refuse 
To die down and disappear
Because if you do I fear
That no little girl will be able to play alone
Without the benefit of a bodyguard or chaperone

Increasingly, day after, day, I wake up
In the morning and I hear in the news that
Another little life has been taken by a crazed 
maniac
I then immediately think of my precious 
7-year-old and quickly react:

I say dear God, sometimes
I reach down to hold her tiny 
Hand, and I still come up feeling 
Powerless and helpless and unable to
Understand why I must never let go of
Of her hand... But God, I still thank 
Heaven for little girls. 

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