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Childcare Poems - Poems about Childcare

Childcare Poems - Examples of all types of poems about childcare to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for childcare.
Don't Throw Them to the Wolves
...We have a choice, On how many children will turn out, And by throwing the parents under a bus, For the Wolves and Jackals to fight over, The outcome for the children will always be the same. W......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, appreciation, baptism, birth, childhood,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

The Working Mom
...I would move mountains for all the working mothers: To untangle our communities and have someone see their true colors. To stop mothers from carrying the brunt of communal dysfunction, To guide a......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, appreciation, career, mom, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
...See them opening the doors to welcome you to the shore. See them opening the door, they are asking you for more. Get your business in line and make way for the divine, open up the village gates and s......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, business, change, deep, england,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Dance of Graves
...Dance of Graves The dance of graves occurs more than we are prompted to imagine. We prefer to keep matters of death fit into that realm of Afterlife, where the divine mysteries are kept far beyon......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, angst, death, feelings, god,
Form: Haibun
The Ok Times 1-8
...4 years of happiness Not really bliss But something between I had friends Church friends School friends I lead a youth group People showed up It was fun Church coffee shop Everybody ......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: I do not know?

Premium Member Do Most People Live In Poor Countries
...1: Which region of the globe has the lowest standard of living? a. the Middle East. b. sub-Saharan Africa c. Asia. d. Latin America. 2: Which of the following is not a ......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, analogy, world,
Form: List
Premium Member Should the Levee Ever Break, Act 1, Scene 3, Part 3
...Mitchell: At this level, as with the rest, one might also find those who have stumbled down from a higher step on the crystal staircase from dancing too many tangos in their Manolo Blahniks, as it we......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, allegory, society,
Form: Prose Poetry
Of Animal and Bird Parents
...Let me put your parenting skills Under the microscope, my thrills! You share your food with the young You eat, regurgitate for the fledging What childcare, what love & nurturing You, bird......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, allegory, animal, caregiving, hilarious,
Form: Free verse
Her Last Client, Part Ii
......This caught her off-guard, so she asked, “What’s wrong?” He said,“Aren’t you setting yourself up for hurt? Women with many partners don’t pair-bond well, there’s quite a low chance your marriag......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, gender, marriage, political, sad,
Form: Narrative
All In a Day
...Shower about 7.30, And breakfast is eaten by 8, Arrive at the office 8.30, He’s never been known to be late. Meetings from 9 to 11, Quick coffee then start them again, Quick glance through the......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member New World Corvid Pt 2
..." New World Corvid heard, Health officials Social distancing guidance issues Corvid dismissal Schools what No longer taught Everyone doesn't have internet Work places still reject......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, adventure, analogy, anxiety, bereavement,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Child
...Love of his life he wed because although no longer young, she was quite childlike. Not able to conceive, she cried! Once pregnant though, she nearly died from childbirth! But well-prepared ......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, child,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Dowhatyoucan Lyric Submission For Bon Jovi
...And though it seems like a long lost dream, Know that we’ve got your back This insanity won’t last forever It’s bound to fade away fast Doctors, nurses and Childcare workers Police and Fire......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, appreciation, bereavement, care, celebration,
Form: Lyric
The Observing Chair
...When I was young we never had a naughty chair, But we were invited to sit on a chair, And we usually took up the option to sit on that chair, Or should I say a chair , Because it was really the n......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, age, analogy, art, birth,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member A Forgotten Angel
...A FORGOTTEN ANGEL Who was she? They wondered No one knew her name Where did she live? They wondered No one ever saw her playing How old was she? They wondered Did she have any friends? Wh......Read the rest...
Categories: childcare, angel, anger, betrayal, child
Form: Free verse

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