8th Grade Children Poems

These 8Th Grade Children poems are examples of Children poems about 8Th Grade. These are the best examples of Children 8Th Grade poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberShe Is Taking My Friends Away by Caren Krutsinger
She is taking all my friends away.
Something I commonly hear.
Daily.

And it is weird but
As soon as it happens
The victim wants no other friend
But that one.

Crazy?
Yes,
But...

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Categories: children, 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium MemberNewly Arrived by Regina Elliott
 I want to love here
  but please take
 me to my parents...

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Categories: children, 5th grade, 6th grade,



Premium MemberAngel Parents by Regina Elliott
 Angel parents weep
       so do we
 Mourn for their great loss...

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Categories: children, 5th grade, 6th grade,

Premium MemberProof I Am An Alien by Caren Krutsinger
I developed full blown flare up can’t breathe asthma at age 40, a fact.
Got tested and was told my triggers are Ragweed, pollen, oleander plants,...

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Categories: children, 8th grade, 9th grade,

Premium MemberTen Men Hiding by Caren Krutsinger

Children out here, ten men hiding in there.

No coaxing can bring them out

One little diaper change?

...

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Categories: children, 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium MemberFriends Have Each Other's Backs by Caren Krutsinger
McGirt and I are all-weather friends.
We can finish each other's thoughts.
We like to have sleep overs.
We include others.
We joke a lot.
Friends do that.
I smile.
Friend....

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Categories: children, 6th grade, 7th grade,

Premium MemberThe Gift by Carol Connell
When I was a young child, you were an old gray headed man that shuffled along slowly, aided by a cane. You never could move...

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Categories: children, 12th grade, 8th grade ,