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For Children Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of for children poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for for children.

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Premium Member If President Trump Knew Me
If President Trump knew me 
What would I be? 
A prince, pauper or just someone with a degree 
He the President may know me from a time when I was a little chukker 
During the time when the new Casinos...Read More
Categories: for children, angel, appreciation, class, friend, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme Royal



MY NEW YEARS DREAM
Is to be better to myself
Leaving all the
Stress and pain 
Behind me
Praying for a world
Full of happiness
And less hate
Towards one another 
For children to be able
To attend school and
Not be afraid
To stop the killing
Of small children
Who’s life has been
Cut short...Read More
Categories: for children, emotions, encouraging, how i feel, longing, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Christmas is for Children
Christmas is for children, a time of wonders and wishes
Christmas is for children, once a year treats delicious
Decorations of sparkling reds and greens
overflow everyplace in delightful extremes
Wanting gifts from jolly old Saint Nick
hoping naughty times he can forgive and forget
Desring...Read More
Categories: for children, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Reading From The Book Of Reflective Understanding
Who was Saint Nick? 
Was it a military trick? 
Just like a Screen Actors Guild member 
You might remember 
St Nick made this thing stick 
By changing his name to Santa Claus 
Then magically he started breaking down walls 
Stuffed...Read More
Categories: for children, art, celebration, christmas, emotions, inspirational, perspective, religious,
Form: Rhyme Royal
The Singing Elf
Oh Santa where are you?
Have you noticed yet I'm lost?
I hope you will soon find me,
Before I freeze in the evening frost.

I might only be one little elf,
But I'd like to think you care.
Surely someone knows I'm missing?
Does anyone know...Read More
Categories: for children, character, children, christmas, fun, joy, lost, together,
Form: Rhyme



To much crime
No crime all the time to see murder's sexual abuse tire slashing watch out for children and pedestrians crossing the street may be a cop will be on the beat so be careful and drive cautiously and accordingly instead go...Read More
Categories: for children, adventure, america, analogy, appreciation, art, blessing, courage,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
God Wanted Another Angel
GOD WANTED ANOTHER ANGEL

God wanted another angel in heaven at Christmas time
To sing the blessed story of the Saviour so Divine,
And so He searched the highways, the mountains, and the seas
To find that special angel to sing the song of...Read More
Categories: for children, grandmother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Christmas Morning
Christmas Morning

Store displays are filled with all sorts of items:
Ladies wear, men things and toys for children
Christmas morning is for opening presents.

Pole to pole Christmas lights brighten
Fluffy dressed people with money to spend
Window displays are filled with all sorts of...Read More
Categories: for children, christmas,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member The Gift
The Gift

Some people say Christmas in this present day
Wanders lost
In ads and tinsel carelessly strung
Upon an artificial bough;
Some people say the Christmas spirit
Lives no more -
The simple Christ Child’s birth
Coldly mocked by glittering ads
For diamond rings and robot toys;
Some say...Read More
Categories: for children, celebration, christian, christmas, holiday, hope, joy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Predictable Christmas
Predictable Christmas

I know no one’s coming.
Yet I put up a tree.
I can stare at it. 
It can stare at me.

The lights in the bathroom?
I’ll put up again this year.
Quite likely l’ll shed 
the same salty tear.

New Years, yesterday’s fears 
Ring...Read More
Categories: for children, christmas, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The poet lay on a barrow dead
This is the poem that made my untried 
fourteen-year-old mind gag and cry
as we poured over every rotten word.

Trapped by magnolia classroom walls
and unwanted thoughts, I recoiled. 
I was caged by things I couldn’t face.

These are the verses that led...Read More
Categories: for children, anxiety, death, poems, poetry, teen, teenage,
Form: Verse
Premium Member We Lost Her in November
She was a doll
Always wore a smile
Her laugh set fairies on fire

She was the best
We all loved her
She had cancer though
She was only twelve

We made a large card
To send to Mayo Clinic
Where she had been for two weeks

We all loved...Read More
Categories: for children, childhood, death, death of a friend,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Now You Know
I
The first time anyone called me special,
I said, “Thank You.”
for making me realise loving you wasn’t enough.

Your greatest weapon 
is beating in the centre of this chest

and breathing is a gift
given by the mother
watching her son drive his fist through...Read More
Categories: for children, anti bullying, discrimination, farewell, journey,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Translation of Mat POKORA's Je suis tombe by T Wignesan
Translation of Mathieu POKORA’s « Je suis tombé, tombé, tombé » by T Wignesan

(NOTE : I just thought I’d translate the lyrics (see the French original herebelow) of this lilting catchy tune not just because of its self-mocking candid insouciance...Read More
Categories: for children, french, happiness, love, love hurts, romantic love,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member THE EMPTY SWING
Is it still there, swaying in the
Chicago air?
I dream of myself with dark,
ribboned braids, being just seven.
And swinging my tanned legs as
hard as I Could,,trying to kiss God's 
cheek in heaven.

Oh to be seven again!
When free speech reigned.
Girls had cap...Read More
Categories: for children, america, angst, freedom, nostalgia, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our New Breathe Room
Our school’s new breathe room is breathing.
In a positive, upbeat, happy, comforting way.
A sanctuary for whomever needs it.

I am calming down fast.
Can feel the solitude and peace
Bringing my stress level down.

Solace to my soul.
Relaxing almost instantly.
A sanctuary, for children.

Church-like awe...Read More
Categories: for children, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Prose Poetry
THE STRUGGLE IS REAL
For those who are homeless with nothing to eat. 
They sleep in the alleys on filthy concrete.
They're always wondering where they'll get there next meal.
For those who are hungry THE STRUGGLE IS REAL.
For children whose parents beat and neglect. 
Or...Read More
Categories: for children, abuse, addiction, america, child abuse, discrimination, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 80s 2 dancing in time with god
Hey There

Giving so much 
I can't see you
There
with your husband4
That should be me
We tested the waters and the great sea
found a sailor.
Nearby I fixed the dog: he'll never love again
Lusting beast, he'll never love again.
I found an old picture of...Read More
Categories: for children, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Little Red Fire Truck Ride
Jingle, jingle... jingle 
As we emptied our piggy-banks 
Hoping we saved up twenty five cents 
Every Saturday afternoon, we would excitedly wait
Twelve O'clock sharp the bells would ring 
Screen doors flew open when we heard them
The kids in the neighborhood...
Immediately...Read More
Categories: for children, childhood,
Form: Verse
Children of Their Own
There one was a rich woman back
in eighteen ninety-three,
she was a well-established wife
at the age of forty,
and she had born no children
since she lost one long ago,
her husband blamed himself for that,
but neither of them could know.

They had a big...Read More
Categories: for children, betrayal, child, dark, england, husband, relationship, wife,
Form: Narrative
Beauty On The Beach
Beauty comes on the rolling dunes of Summer
Shore lines stretch out blankets in the sand
Lick the waves of salty oceans rising tides  
Stretch their fingers on landscape meanderings 

Morning brings sunbeam delight on balance
On blue curvatures of Earth and...Read More
Categories: for children, appreciation, beach, beauty, sun, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Sadness of a Child
Youthful dreams cascaded through lavender fields.
They rushed with a desire to be free from sorrow-
For I was but a forsaken child, renown to be alone,
and I wished for time to stop so I could breathe
hoping for poppies to bloom with...Read More
Categories: for children, abuse, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Can Never Regret Them, Part I
My name is Christopher Hobart,
and it would be a real safe bet
to say most of what I’ve done in life,
I have come to truly regret.

There’s lots of thing that I could blame,
I was raised in a trailer park,
my dad died...Read More
Categories: for children, change, children, daughter, growth, hope, recovery from,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member In the Key of Baby T
"Run! Run along and play, Baby T!"
Mama Rex told her little one, as she pitter-patted from the cave.
"Wait! Did you brush your ... teeth?" she trailed off,
Realizing Baby T was now out of earshot.

She was a good mama, and knew...Read More
Categories: for children, analogy, animal, youth,
Form: Free verse
Bert the Burping Brontosaurus
Bert was a little Brontosaurus,
and his appetite was amazing.
He liked to chew and munch and slurp,
Bert never stopped his grazing.

But one day after eating, 
he felt a little strange.
Something was brewing in his tum,
and Bert didn't like the change.

In little...Read More
Categories: for children, children, fun, poetry,
Form: Free verse