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My Children Poems | Examples of My Children Poetry

My Children Poems - Examples of all types of my children poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for my children.
That Cat Chat
It was love at first sight seeing your furry faces. To scoop you up and take you to various places. Me and Ash are so happy to be your mom and dad. Your shenanigans made...Read More
Categories: my children, appreciation, best friend, cat,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Song of a Son with Dark Brown Teeth
Chicory chew chew, tobakky chaw I love my pappy. I love my ma. Spit in a tin can, straight from my jaw Chicory chew chew, tobakky chaw....Read More
Categories: my children, father, love, mother, my
Form: Lyric
The Elephant In The Room
She may be petite or large...not the point; Moms are Republicans; she may have small feet... or large – either way, hurt their children and they step heavy – Democrats to-rue-the day, they turned from the peoples' good to pay-to-play – the ultimate maleficence. The...Read More
Categories: love, my children, parents,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The mower
The mower will weed the grass To let the flower plants grow To let the flowers blossom To beautify the garden To give us a better view To please our eyes To give us happiness The weeds have to be weeded...Read More
Categories: education, happiness, my children,
Form: Free verse
Good People
Carry your friend without reward other than to know you tried ....carry your friend and believe that Jesus will provide depends on how to look at life the moments stood still I...Read More
Categories: best friend, my children,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Islands in the Stream
Reaching up toward open arms A mama’s love can cure every hurt Her twinkling eyes pierce the heart With tenderness and silent warmth A moment later, you’re waking up To your first kiss and a sense of hope For the...Read More
Categories: my children, child, children, growth, my
Form: Free verse
I Take You
I am the unbroken soul. You know not of the bodies I've cracked and hammered down to stay alive. I am a thief, a master of everyone’s mind but my own. Plagues sweep the land when I exhale, and...Read More
Categories: my children, addiction, corruption, drug, my
Form: Free verse
It's just an ordinary day in my heart. Where do I start? The morning begins as I complete my daily house chores, however it is just an ordinary day in my heart and this thought will...Read More
Categories: my children, day, feelings, mother daughter,
Form: Free verse
The Hovering Mother
The hovering mother is never quite out of sight. She hovers morning, midday, noon, and night Darting from tree to tree, she’d fervently hide, Or at the back of a bus, when they took a ride. Looking for ways,...Read More
Categories: my children, childhood, high school, irony,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Resignation
Mindful roadside rest staggered tear nostalgia tender re entry...Read More
Categories: my children, cry, family, father son,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Irish Triplets
Categories: my children, baby, blessing, child, joy,
Form: Rhyme
black liquid sliver covers a heart ripped asunder cruel thoughts plunder the abyss stretches before me all things are known but unseen black chrome covers my heart torn asunder black liquid covers sliver are my thoughts fall the Abyss is...Read More
Categories: my children, abuse, anger, angst, creation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Weekend Dad
I am guided into the day by a beautiful ribbon of flowing cloud streams It looks like several jet planes left their streaks across the sky, Each one getting a bit lower, until they nearly touched...Read More
Categories: my children,
Form: Prose Poetry
Do not speak to me of freedoms lost Until you have watched A mother drop to her knees And scream so loud it comes out silent And it is deafening Because even though there is no breath Left in...Read More
Categories: my children, america, conflict, dark, death,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member does death knock
we cannot bargain with death, a breath more or a breath less, neither a knock on the door, to answer or to ignore. unseen, silent appears by, no hellos no friendly hi, can’t broker with it a deal, nor barter wealth nor...Read More
Categories: my children, birth, blessing, death, my
Form: Rhyme

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