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Children Class Poems

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

Premium Member Water aid
Forty years are well enrolled, through diggjng dirt i say.'
In Bangladesh and nepal; Afganistan, Bombay.'
Many water wells there are' And yet' so filthy too.?
Its is...

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Categories: allusion, class, literature,

The Online Class
With the high-altitude ambitions,
they climb the hilltop to catch signal.
They are lush and lovely 
as the landscape behind them.
These children of forest live 
in the...

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Categories: class, education,

Dumbfounded means
Perceiving riches.
After your accumulation,
shatter the hope of satisfaction.
I become hungry and thirsty.
Resulting in stealing and fraud.
I become stingy and active.
Believing in the hope you...

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Categories: art, business, children, class,

On the Streets-A Subaltern Work
And on a dark night, I closed my eyes
So much was the calm even the best dream defies 
With a flash of light and voices...

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Categories: city, class, conflict, destiny,

Premium Member High Class
I was an elementary school teacher, with dreaming eyes to the rosy future,
Like the emerald, cherry blossom season, arriving later rather than sooner.

As a creative...

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Categories: class, career, fantasy, imagery, nature,

Premium Member Class of 1800
Children once thrilled to brilliant musicians
    Hayden and Mozart, Shubert and Shuman

  My generation grew up on playboys and madmen

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Categories: class, history, music, time,

Hush-Hush, Nursery Rhyme
Eh-eh! Wow hush-hush and shush! 
       Dear , why are you in such a Josh?
       You can talk to the  cock in dark;
You can sing,...

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Categories: class, 7th grade, 9th grade,

Nashville Covenant Haiku
As springs’ budding blossoms emerge
the raptors glide mercilessly.
—Michael R. Burch

I wrote this haiku-like poem on 3-27-2023 after the Nashville Covenant school shooting massacre. Keywords/Tags: Nashville,...

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Categories: class, america, bereavement, child, child

Premium Member Dinner With Class

Mashed potatoes, Mom’s heavenly creation.

Such a gourmet creation, was an alpine white.

Green beans, like a Christmas decoration.

Candles were benevolently, not bright.

I can still inbreahe steaks,...

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Categories: class, beautiful, childhood, dedication, family,

Daily Bread
Is this the land fit for heroes
Promised by the Great War,
Or, just one where those with
Take ever more and more.
I’m  just a working man

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Categories: anger, betrayal, class, political,

How a Real Class Feels Like
“I am in my classroom studying in my
 class, and not wasting a 
second’s time someone asked,
-ma’am can I have the bathroom pass?”

“When one teacher...

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Categories: class, school, student,

Premium Member Building Fence
Sometimes we like to do something for the story
we’ll tell afterwards. Buy a ’58 Pontiac, climb
a mountain in the dark. Lamar tells dirty jokes
with class,...

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Categories: class, children, dark, death, men,

Premium Member We Were Spectators
Our cry, silenced.
We watch the murder of our freedoms
Like spectators at a lynching.
Our Twenty-first-century forbearance rubbed out,
Our twentieth-century sensibilities never happened.
High court corruption, 
A misogyny...

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Categories: class, abortion, birth, body, freedom,

Five Star
Naxolone HCL.
Calcium Chloride.
Keep out of reach of children.....

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© Zafar Bhai  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: books, change, children, class,

Premium Member No Chance
No chance
My grandchildren will know poverty
As I have

No chance
They will stray from

Chances are,
They will excel
Far beyond me

Per chance
They will love poetry

Infinitesimal chance
They will uphold
Atheistic views


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Categories: children, class,

Book: Shattered Sighs