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Growing Up Daughter Poems

These Growing Up Daughter poems are examples of poetry about Growing Up Daughter. These are the best examples of Daughter Growing Up poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Lorena
Rising artist artfully
Weaving palette poetry
Crafting beauty brilliantly
Painting living lovingly

Radiating like the sun
Growing, glowing little one
Sharing, caring, never done
Giving love to everyone

Freshening like summer rain
Watering the...

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Categories: children, daughter, growing up,



Mother- Killer
Why do you care so much for how I look?
Is it so that I can be attractive enough to get married?
I wish sometimes that you...

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Categories: depression, emotions, mother daughter,

Premium Member Accidents Will Happen
Talking to his quite young daughter
Was sometimes like talking to a wall
To him the message seemed to be plain
But to her, just not the case...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dad, daughter, funny, growing

Premium Member In The Middle Of Nowhere
I’m not sure what you expected me to be
What path you were hoping that I would follow
You tried to keep my spirit from wandering free
Mould...

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Categories: conflict, emotions, father daughter,

Premium Member The Graduate
Sweet blooms in golden hour's wake,
As a diploma is given with handshake.
To blue-gold skies over glassy lake,
Scarlet redbird, the clouds overtake!

Nature is alive, and so...

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Categories: daughter, future, graduation, growing



Marvelous mitzvah munchkin minted
Marvelous mitzvah "munchkin" minted

Thy eldest daughter Eden Liat
treasured more'n a pearl
(otherwise known as Rapunzel)...
donated cut hair to charity - you go girl,
ha, whereat your fine...

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Categories: daughter, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Home to Rest
Home to Rest
(She said, "I love my room." 
The very happy feeling of being home.)

Today, 
my daughter came home. 
She was not crying this time,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allah, angel, appreciation, daughter,

Unspoken vitriolic wickedness woke
(alternatively titled eldest daughter despises us)

Eden (beloved eldest daughter) icy
flat tone of voice spoke volumes,
when she talked with the missus and me
courtesy cellular telecommunications key
December...

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Categories: daughter, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Missing Flowers
Missing Flowers

There are no blooms on the table. 
Nothing in the vase by the window. 
Empty water, 
in the one near the door. 

Outside in...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, daughter, drug, feelings,

Daddys girl
Daddy's little girl
Daddy's little angel 
Daddy's little princess 
Daddy's little cowgirl 
Growing up to be a sweet, beautiful , caring , kind young lady 
But...

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Categories: daughter, 12th grade, beauty, child,

Premium Member O' SLEEPY VIRGIN
 -O’ sleepy virgin...
What’s this you’re emerging?
Captivated and free,
No longer victim of sin.
Mercies got you balling,
Crying for your freedom.
Release yourself you have the victory.
Mercies grace,...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, daughter, growing

Premium Member MUM'S THE WORD
My favorite word is mum
Mine may be aged ...
but I am so blessed to still have her in my life

On reflection
I realise when I was...

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Categories: appreciation, love, mother daughter,

Premium Member Mama Memories
laying on the floor
her hands and feet would lift me ~
i was an airplane

she blew up balloons
to magic twist animals ~
i was entertained

she taught me...

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Categories: daughter, character, childhood, family, growing

Premium Member SOPHIE'S TWO


She had a jewel around her neck
more valuable than anything
it was the birthday gift
she’d bought her daughter
when she turned two

Remembering Sophie’s eyes light up
and the...

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Categories: daughter, death, grief, lost love,

Premium Member WHAT I REMEMBER MOST


I remember
how mom
treasured
every moment
she somehow
stretched time
never seeming
to be rushed
or flustered
always
keeping busy
with something
in the works
a mind that
never ceased
the wheels
turning and churning
her life a tribute
to the joy
that...

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Categories: growing up, mother daughter,

WRITE YOUR NAME
wishin i could go back to those times i didnt spend with you
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all those times you asked me too im sorry that i didnt
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its been...

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Categories: daughter, death, depression, dream,

Motherhood
I already knew I loved you like no love I’d ever felt,
But no one could’ve prepared me for how my heart would melt.

The first time...

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Categories: daughter, feelings, mother daughter,

Who am I
One minute, one hour, one day, one life
The same face, the same eyes
Ask this baby born what does he want to be
When a grown man...

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Categories: daughter, depression, family, growing

Lucinda Gets Her Gun, Part II
...It wasn’t easy living out on her own,
she was young and she made her mistakes,
went to night school to learn to cut hair,
and in the...

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Categories: daughter, conflict, dark, growing up,

Lucinda Gets Her Gun, Part I
Lucinda Brown was only seventeen
when you youth came to a dreadful end,
that was the night her home was invaded
by three vicious and horny young men.

When...

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Categories: daughter, conflict, dark, growing up,