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Kids Class Poems

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

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 Composition Class, 2019
Hiz fingrs they did be tray him
   koudn't keep tim to, uh, a beats
  Hiz toz about awkwordlee the same

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Categories: class, sad, today, writing,

The Lesson
*Hello everyone, I know I have been out a few weeks but i'm back to reposting my old poems. I believe this one was from...

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Categories: class, 7th grade, blessing, bullying,

Premium Member Pottery Class
The other night we took a pottery class and I wish I could convey…the excitement we both felt with our hands immersed in clay.

In some...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: class, parents,

Premium Member 50th Class Reunion - Class of 1935
All the guys and gals that I had graduated with, from Jimmy Dorsey High School, back in 1935,
Half a century later were dispersing all around...

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Categories: class, high school,

Premium Member The Door
If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door. ~ Milton Berle

I needed a job-money and more,          ...

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Categories: business, class, flower, jobs,

Class Notes
"it's not relevant"
Oh I'm sure
You've heard of more important things before, but
We were told to fill out paragraphs to the brim
With notes that bordered on...

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© Jay Yeats  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: class, history, literature, love, school,

Premium Member Off To School
Off to school we must go,                   ...

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Categories: books, class, dad, dream,

Premium Member Have a Laughing Class In the Lord
We are going to talk about Laughter In the Lord.
Someone said: “It takes more muscles to frown than take to laugh.” It also says that...

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Categories: class, adventure, analogy, beautiful, christian,

Electorate Witnesses Wounded Beast
Electorate witnesses wounded beast...
flailing, lurching, and writhing in throes of agony

Trumpets blare acknowledging
crack hunters lucky strike,
i.e. bullseye salvo shot at
innocuous yet brutish
and nasty looking Homo...

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Categories: absence, autumn, class, evil,

Premium Member Working Class
I.	Daybreak

what glint of morning
is this where the rusty bloom of chain link fences
cuts the turf of rowhouses

the weeds still talk with the legs
of crickets as...

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Categories: allusion, class, culture, freedom,

Premium Member The Class Ending
It is that season again 
When men are men 
In the upper class ready to defend 
Their social status as leaders 
With innocent images of...

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Categories: 12th grade, age, class,

The British Working Classes
He wakes very morning
to trudge through his day
a labor of love
or just bills to pay?
it seems that forever
he's been burdened with debt
and retirement a time...

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Categories: class, children, family, for her,

This poem brings a surprise,
Once I came home with bits of pies
In my hair, kids did what they dare,
Food fights all over everywhere,
All part of...

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Categories: childhood, children, christian, class,

Premium Member Daydreaming In Class
You will need a terrific setting.  The suck up kids are nodding. 
Make sure that your character is interesting. 
She says this in a...

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Categories: class, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Book: Shattered Sighs