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Elementary School Children Poems

These Elementary School Children poems are examples of poetry about Elementary School Children. These are the best examples of Children Elementary School poems written by international poets.

Kindergarten Teacher
Kindergarten Teacher

  Kind when she shares her bologna sandwich.
  Imaginative when she has to use Q-tips to teach.

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Categories: children, education, giggle, teacher,

Premium Member Waltz For Janet Webb
She wore thick leggings
our childhood polio albatross
mass Sabin vaccine sauce
body snatcher ritual
fixed beautiful legs.

(In early elementary school she wore braces most of the way through...

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Categories: age, america, children, drink,

Premium Member My Deepest Concerns
Having discussed it with many elementary educators
Critical Race Theory is NOT being taught in our schools
C.R.T. is buzzword used by right-wing radical agitators
Who are preaching...

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Categories: children, education, perspective, political,

Premium Member Letters

I write you all the time. 
I don't mail them... 
my letters, my words... anymore. 
They came back for a while, 
so I stopped. 

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, abortion, absence, abuse, addiction,

Town Uvalde
Uvalde a small town in Texas

Distance away from San Antonio

not well known about by many

In a fateful day Uvalde, Uvalde

Hits the news, media and nation


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Categories: children, america, anger,

Premium Member Student C and Student E
The elementary teachers praise Student C.
Student C is compliant, calm, competent and composed.
She is marvelous, wonderful, a favorite.
She wins awards and trophies, and I mean...

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Categories: child, childhood, children, parents,

Lorne Park Days
What good memories living with our parents and grandparents Dr.Wolf and Dr.Erika,
My sons Kirk and Erik and my younger sister Antje and I all lived...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, children, family,

Memorable Little Faces
Floor coverings were what I laid
To make a living for a while
Many things happened in that time
To cause me to have a big smile

A job...

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© Pat Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, children, memory,

Literally Lousy
I remember when the little buggers
hit the elementary school -
the apologetic tone
of the school nurse
as she informed me by phone,
And the hate I felt
when I...

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Categories: anti bullying, children, prejudice,

Sandy Hook Elementary School Rampage December 14, 2012 Prayer Part Two
...prized progeny well nigh impossible chore
haunted by priceless offspring, 
neither surviving 
   papa/ mama can never a door
not ever again hearing 

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Categories: america, bereavement, children, cry,

Child's Play
Child's Play

Dug out thin dusty worms
In cemented elementary school sandbox
With white plastic spoon
Until then, forgot warms were a thing

In high school
Rain and wind
Brought plump snaky...

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Categories: childhood, children, creation, earth

American Innocence, Our Children Now and Then
As we know, sometimes we can see the big picture by peeking through a keyhole. And in America today perhaps we can see better the...

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Categories: children, youth,

Children of Unfriendly World
Hi El,
Hopefully you grow up to adulthood,
Later you will know the correct whatever this world, 
Now you only know enough to play and play, Oh...

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© Nur Holis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, children, community, humanity,

Under the Laden Blossoming Tree
Everything has changed in a jiffy
The sun is balmy, the grass is green
And no trace of winter can be seen.

I ventured out on my usual...

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Categories: children, beauty, bird, blessing, blue,

December Day
December day

There are no words that we can say,
About the tragedy that happened on that December day.
When an elementary school came under attack
And all those...

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© Nancy Stoy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, death, december, farewell,

Book: Reflection on the Important Things