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Life Child Poems

These Life Child poems are examples of Child poems about Life. These are the best examples of Child Life poems written by international poets.

Premium Member A Flawed Child
A young child lives in an illusion,                  ...

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Categories: child, feelings, hurt, imagery,

Premium Member Pure Love
Piercing screams slice the air
Creating a sense of joy with laughter
Coloring the moments in exhilaration
Left behind from some child’s imagination

Echoes of small feet darting and...

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Categories: child, childhood, children, heart,

Little Presents
I went to kindergarten like any other day, excited to get home to my baby doll who was my best friend. 
Tear laden from nights...

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Categories: child, family, kindergarten, youth,

Premium Member TANKA XI
child hides in closet
falls asleep under soft coat
wrapped in mother's scent
warmer days of solitude
she dreams cradle-life again...

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Categories: child, dream, mother daughter,

You grow so fast 
Fighting all emotions 
Stopping my tears 
I know I had to 
Leaving my four month in daycare
Knowing I had no choice 
Having that guilt I went...

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Categories: child, emotions, feelings, growing

Be Brave Princess

Hello my gorgeous baby 
My beautiful wonderful Angel. 
I love you with all of my heart
and I'm sorry if this message is painful.
there are some...

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Categories: child, devotion, feelings, love,

In the heart of this child
Was confusion, then pain
The day my mom and dad
Broke-up, you see my dad
Was the love of my life so
When my...

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: child, dad, hurt,

Wake Up Mom
Wake up, O mom! It's time. We have to go.
It's you who wakes me up before God bow.
Trains are coming and going. You're sleeping.
Each one...

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Categories: child, life, mother,

Premium Member My Life as Poetry

"My Life as Poetry"

When the Lotus Eaters at Loon Junction barked
I ignored their confused chicanery
closed the gates behind me

I dropped one tear
in your sedentary ocean

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Categories: child abuse, poetry, strength,

Premium Member They Kidnapped My Baby Sister
I was six years old, the year was 1966.  Mom left me alone in a plaza 
with my one year old sister in a...

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Categories: child, fear,

Premium Member I Can Be That Child Again
oh, how I loved my mother's garden
where I would run and play all day
and in the nearby forest explore with father. 
often, I would...

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Categories: childhood, memory,


       child  not only hope
   it's tree root, flower and fruit

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Categories: allegory, allusion, child, extended

I, Too, Sing America, and did so in my diapers
I, Too, Sing America (and did so in my diapers!)
by Michael R. Burch

I, too, served my country,
first as a tyke, then as a toddler, later...

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Categories: child, childhood, children, memorial,

Premium Member A Day of Hope
He awakens to a day of hope
after happy day of birth
attended by smiling parents proud
who know his priceless worth

He awakens to a day of hope

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: baby, birth, child, family,

He’s just six and a bubbling beauty
The love that he showers on his siblings abound
Filling his world with the charms and the dreams
Yet prefers to...

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© Giti Tyagi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: childhood, games,