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School Children Poems

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


When you were small by Anna Greene
I used to have a brain you know,
I used it quite a lot,
But then you babies came along
And i seemed to lose the plot.

Wiping, cleaning,...

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Categories: baby, child, children,

The Evacuation by Mel Brake

If had a bra I would have left it in the apartment
Because I did run for my life

The hard knock came at the front door
Smoke...

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Categories: children, courage, december, father,



The Children of the Sun by akhil sankurathri
The lights are out tonight,
But our struggles still ignite
The hay of hope, like hearth
Amidst the cold and dark.

To the temples in the sky,
For Heaven-on-Earth we...

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Categories: children, 12th grade, america, anxiety,

Premium MemberMemorable Little Faces by PAT Adams
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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Categories: appreciation, children, memory,

When the Village Fell Silent by Eugene Harvey

It takes a village to raise a child
a familiar yet common phrase
that speaks to every person
of our collectiveness
in raising our youth,
till the moment
our village
has no
voice....

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Categories: children, community, family, grandparents,

Premium MemberThe Dollars You Invest by Gershon Wolf
Why does raising kids today take a ton of money?
   Don't laugh -- Parents don't find it very funny

Yeah, sure, I know: There...

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Categories: child, children, heart, money,

Premium MemberLeave Your Children With A Mass Murderer by Caren Krutsinger
Are you ready?
Picture eighty-seven children, practicing for a Christmas show
in a sales barn that does not have heat or a sound system.

A skunk died somewhere...

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Categories: children, christmas, endurance, faith, funny,

SOON IT WILL BE TWENTY NINETEEN by OHWOJEVWE ESE GANIYU
Soon it will be twenty nineteen
and i'm yet to pay my children's school fees
i have gone a borrowing
i have become a solitary beggar
and
not a single...

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Categories: children, introspection, life,

Premium MemberA Frosty Resurrection by PAT Adams
One day when the children woke up
It was snowing, what a surprise!
They clapped and laughed and got dressed quick
While their parents just rolled their eyes!

They...

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Categories: children, humorous, satire, silly,

The Child that I was by Anoucheka Gangabissoon
The child that I was once,
Was a much pampered one
One who thought life would be always
Like it used to be, surrounded on all sides
By love,...

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Categories: child, childhood, children, emo,

Premium MemberWe Are Dead Now Says Boy One by Caren Krutsinger
There’s one more thing, we are dead now. Says Boy 1.
No, I’m not dead. I was dead, but now I am just blood up. Boy...

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Categories: children, school, teacher,

Premium MemberFeel Sorry For Me by Bobby May
As I sit in this house all alone I think to myself where my love has gone, Instead of feeling sorry for me I think...

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Categories: children, death, depression, sad,

Spiderman's Revenge by Andrew Crisci
It's a mild October evening for this Halloween,
the witches and leprechauns are plotting their vendetta:
the thunder rumbles and sends all kids sprawling...
after school, they'll sit...

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Categories: 5th grade, children, halloween,

Lunchboxes by Kaveesha Ruwindi
In the lockers of the classroom desks
You find lunchboxes, of all shapes and forms. 
Some replaced from time to time, 
But others to appear only...

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Categories: children, school,

Premium MemberChildren and Bears by Caren Krutsinger
We are talking about traumatized children and how to hide their trauma, they tend to overreact, get out of control, and disrupt a class.
We also...

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Categories: children, life, perspective, philosophy, teacher,

Premium MemberMy Kid Machine by Caren Krutsinger
They draw me punk, they draw me clean, they draw me messy, my kid machine.
I have a cult, they are my regular beings, they come...

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Categories: child, children, school,

Whats your poison slam by Christopher Flaherty
Let me begin by saying
Personally i am Pro-Choice
Its your life live it as you see fit

Who am I to tell you what to do ?

So...

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Categories: children,

Premium MemberFix These Children Please by Caren Krutsinger
His stories are out-of-this-world, the teacher says, in a huffy way.
Steven King, I think.
Another teacher slides into an empty seat beside me. “He exaggerates everything.”
Robin...

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Categories: children, humorous, philosophy,

The Price by unfamiliar flower
They say "stay in school kids!"
Wow!
How easy it is just to attend class
after class and class.

They went to school,
Not each one of them but most...

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Categories: children, corruption, money, people,

NOTHING MUCH FOR MINORS BY SAHAJ SABHARWAL by Sahaj Sabharwal
"NOTHING MUCH FOR MINORS"

Minors are those less than eighteen, 
As they don't have knowledge in keen.

They don't have a driving licence,  
As don't have...

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Categories: 11th grade, children, feelings,