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Child Imagism Poems

These Child Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Child. These are the best examples of Imagism Child poems written by international poets.

Have you ever
Have you ever been spoiling for a fight,
I have,
Believing you have the right,
I have,
Looking such a fright,
I have
With your best friend in your sight,
I have,

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Categories: anger, best friend, care,

When Joni Mitchell Sings
When Joni sings, “Both Sides Now”; 
it rang across the Earth on airwaves of liquid gold.  
Her crystalline voice lends its iridescence to, 

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Categories: imagery, inspiration, inspirational, music,

I look down and I don't recognize myself
I tried to push my legs to go faster
but I guess theirs was faster than mine

Pushed to the...

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Categories: child abuse, death of

Three days of summer rain thunder past, on noisy tracks. You smell it, and feel its sprays, from the safety of Grandma’s screened porch. Crickets...

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Categories: age, august, beautiful, beauty,

The Perfection of Six
Grown from a wellspring sanctuary, drinking from the Tree of Nutrition,
Our child is born, a small hand clings to my finger, tears fall and the...

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Categories: beautiful, bible, faith, growth,

village Maiden
I am a story among stories
Riddled with many victories;
I was written in a womb
Now trapped in the tomb.

My body has a voice
Blessed with poise;
Beauty held...

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Categories: 11th grade,

Perspective in Everything
No angle comes without a perspective,
Every opinion given, 
Has a perspective behind it,
Every shadow at the mercy of how the Sun perceives it,
And every act...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, art, beauty,

A story about a young boy and his father,
The boy was smart, diligent but hot tempered,
When vexed he has no choice of words,
He is careless...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, child, conflict,

Mind of an hungry beggar child
We're hungry 
But we lacking 

We can't even dare ask 
Cos for us all, eating food is really an heinous task 

Their moving out in...

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Categories: emotions, lost love, poverty,

Please help us

They say heaven and hell
will be the final in one’s end
But to us, we’re already there
We’re already witnessing stage one on planet earth


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Categories: children, imagery, poetry, poverty,

An autumn salute
I humbly salute you,
For giving me such a visual feast,
As I look at the multi-coloured carpet of leaves you place under my feet.

I humbly salute...

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Categories: appreciation, autumn, beauty, celebration,

Little escalations
Have turned into another scar
Self medicate on self harm
I spit upon my own self reflection
A mirror of self deception
Exasperate my own intentions
Of my own...

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Categories: anger, angst, betrayal, corruption,

I live in a society,
That does not know me.
I live in a community,
That does not owe me.
I feel a stranger,
In my renowned hometown.
And act a...

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Categories: allegory,


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© Onen Aaron  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, cry, emotions, fate,

Proud Servant
        Proud Servant
I was a prince in my father's house,
Even though my father was not a king
Neither was...

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Categories: aubade,

Originating from a tropical country
My family and I decided to go to Taiwan
We were on an airbus, big and long
Sitting with each other and playing

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, imagination,

And so it was that night
When the hands of time
Fell upon the shoulders of my clan!
It was like the terrains of our only source,
Of our...

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Categories: murder, war,

The laughter long gone
Was happy and wild
Confidence undone
Now a sad little child

Bullies so evil and cruel 
Poor kid too scared to go to school
That dreaded...

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© Amar Qamar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, bullying, childhood, children,

Premium Member The Dying Wasp
She vibrates:
a chassis minus shock absorption.
A painting:
the Nude Descends a Staircase,
rings of Saturn etched
in a vacuum tube.
Or Eniac of twisted cords
and switchboards.
She isn't programmed
to see...

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Categories: insect, technology,

Witchcraft of the Civilized
There is a place where a diviner lives
It’s a place of shouting, invoking spirits
A diviner plays tricks on the young
Dealing  in business of words...

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Categories: education, satire,