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Family Children Poems

These Family Children poems are examples of Children poems about Family. These are the best examples of Children Family poems written by international poets.


1148 Greentree Lane by matthew harris
Circa: 23rd of Tevet, 5760
     to 15th of Tevet, 5770
     in accordance
     with...

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Categories: children, absence, atheist, grief, jewish,

When Can I Decide by Haxer Ling
We live in a world of brainwashed mornality,
A world where the assumed romantic preference is the opposite sex,
A world where we expect people to marry...

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Categories: children, growing up, kid,



Premium MemberFlown Away Independent Now by Caren Krutsinger
Flown away, independent now
Child is thrown into the fray.
Family ways they may disavow.
Up to them every single day

Worrying helps no one really
Flown away, independent now.
Inside...

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Categories: children, growing up, parents,

DO YOU by Emmiasky Ojex
Do you see us when we cry?
When we try to hide our faces in the sand?
have you ever thought it through,
That these people might be...

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Categories: boy, child abuse, children,

Premium MemberMy Life In Footles by Mark Toney
Mom's joy
Dad's boy!

I learn,
discern

God's Word
I heard

God's Will
instill

Result-
adult

Most good
I should

My call
help all

Some bad
some sad

My wife
great life

Our sons
blessed ones

Good friends
lives end

Grow old
be bold

Dear ones
death comes

Lord's call
stand tall...

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Categories: birth, children, death, family,

Premium MemberA Funny Thing Happened On The way To My Hanging -Part Deux by Tom Cunningham
Dedicated to a fine poet on soup, Lin Lane
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I shook hands with my brother and bade him farewell
Then set off on my journey away from...

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Categories: america, children, family, horse,

Think of the Children by Rhona McFerran
Little faces upturned, watching.
Their childish prattle gives
a sense of security to us,
thinking that they are too young
to see or understand.

We are mistaken.

Their youth and innocence
are...

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Categories: children, childhood, family, growth, innocence,

A Newborn by M. L. Kiser
A newborn baby 
fresh from Heaven is sent here
with wisdom beyond our own.

We’re fools to think it
is dumb because it can’t speak;
but, babies are very...

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Categories: baby, birth, child, children,

Premium MemberBobbing Mummy by Nina Parmenter
If you knock something from the shelf,
No need to pick it up yourself!
Just leave it there upon the floor -
Whatever else is Mummy for?
Bobbing bobbing...

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Categories: children, family, fun, funny,

Houseleek by Brianna Hobson
Not a gash but a perfect wound
Metal containers and succulent plants
that smother you
A giant slit inside your ceiling and roof

All the plants have died 
Guts...

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Categories: children, conflict, family, leaving,

Premium MemberLife Is Never Without Hope by Therese Bacha
My Boys
how am I going to tell you 
    what I am thinking 
  unless I use words
   ...

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Categories: children, child, simile, words,

I Remember by curtis johnson
Mother raised so much of what we ate each and every day.
She also made the best of blackberry pies from berries we picked.

A dining table...

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Categories: childhood, children, family, memory,

Premium MemberWill you still love by Gershon Wolf
In the crib, surrounded by your whole family
  You're the epicenter of love and attention
    Your every twitch worthy of mention...

At...

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Categories: children, love, marriage,

Paper Doll by Brianna Hobson
Paper doll cries for mother
Cuts real deep for her lover
All he ever did was leave her
Paper doll holds meat cleaver

In gashes read "return to sender"
She...

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Categories: children, fantasy, horror, mother

Saturday Farmers' Market by Charles Halsted
Saturday Farmers’ Market 

Here’s how it goes at our Farmers’ Market:
shoppers all ages, clothing, and races,
parents push bundled babies in strollers, 
children dash eagerly through...

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Categories: children, community, confusion, family,

Shiver by Brianna Hobson
We're too different says the wall paint
The only thing the 
same is our last name

Reach down with your giraffe neck 
to rescue me
Lucky you you...

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Categories: children, childhood, family, father, house,

Near or Far by Allison Call
My angel, my life, my world, my star
My everything you will be, whether near or far.

When you came into this world I learned true love
I...

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Categories: angel, children, i love

Premium MemberA Mothers Love by Donetta Harless
A mother’s love is infinite
Carefully planted by God’s own hands
A mother’s love without depth or measure
Through the test of time will stand

A mother’s love reaps...

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Categories: children, christian, family, i

Premium MemberThanks Dad by Michael Wegman
Think of us oft, when you travel afar,
On orders protecting, lives we enjoy;
You and your pals, family superstars,
We miss you every time, you must deploy.

And...

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Categories: america, appreciation, children, dad,

Children Are Seen by Bette Bavington
Children are seen
Not heard.
Mother was our go between.
How absurd.
Not a word
To me this was extreme
Especially since adults were always in 
A herd.
They reigned supreme.
To argue...

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Categories: children, appreciation, betrayal, bible, business,