Child Poetry Poems

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


Poetry Slam by Robert Broadbent
Poetry slam

The words, full of rhythm, 
The performance…. outstanding,
Charming the audience, holding them tight, 
Like a first-time mother with a new born child.
The arguments the...

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Categories: art, poetry,

Chrysanthe by Catelyn Meeker
Chrysanthe 

Lovely girl, child of the earth. She dances in the moon’s light. She dances, doesn’t care. 

The world belongs to her; she is the...

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Categories: poetry, beautiful, deep, earth, humanity,



Premium MemberLike Falling Snowflakes by Broken Wings
Dear Budding Poet . . . 

   My view on modern poetry is that one must read the poets of old, to grasp
the...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

The school life by Trittya Yelane
Tears in the eyes
When my school began
Willing to go to home back
That time, the only place of heaven
A small child doesn't know much
What are books...

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Categories: poetry, 10th grade, pashto, people,

You Too Can Be A Poet by Timothy McGuire
You Too Can Be A Poet


Dear Budding Poet,

Today modern poetry is a way to touch souls with a language that cannot be only spoken. It...

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What is love by Eke jeffrey chinedu
It is quiet and dark,with no one around,
Just a little girl,who was almost dying.
My heart felt so heavy with grief
when she looked at me
with those...

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Categories: poetry, child, death, loneliness, love,

A bedtime prayer for the homeless by roger turner
Star light star bright
first star I see tonight
I wish I may I wish I might
Find a place that has a  room

Now I lay me...

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Categories: community, gospel, heartbreak, poetry,

Tender by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Tender is her touch,
a wisp of cooling mist upon burning skin
Lies of honey balmed tissues torn and shredded
are strewn about the ground with errors of...

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Dead Birds by Poetic Flame

Blood-written dayly stories

Gore - ghoul - massacre - extermination

bloodstained streets-hecatombs

deaths galore  !!!!

accidents more and more !!!

fiction is credible

reallity is real, never more

a crow i...

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Categories: poetry, addiction, death, depression, grief,

That cloud looks like a cloud by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Looking upwards the clouds saunter by
whites and greys pierced with a playful glint
Sunlit fingers of god
Shunning the disbelievers
Parcels of ocean blue
with untethered blooms whispering by...

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Categories: poetry,

MY POETRY IN RHYME by Natasha Turner
It’s unique, sublime
Eternal in space and time
It’s my poetry in rhyme
My honourable prime time.

I play with it like an innocent child
Hit all keys where I...

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Categories: poetry, muse,

Dream Series: The Fall by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Last night I dreamed I was being sexually assaulted. It was happening behind a big store sign set up on a sidewalk. The guy at...

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Categories: poetry, dream, horror, night, scary,

An Old Friend by Timothy McGuire
A poem is like an old friend,
Who visits from time to time,
And reminds me again,
It will always be there for me.

A poem is like a...

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Categories: love, poetry, world war

Happy families by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
All that i remember is a hint of lies and imagination
Stories stole from mundane movies and stunted tv shows
My life blank pages written in white...

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Unadulterated History by TS Lewis
Unadulterated History.

In 1931, a white woman accused five Hawaiian men of rape. They were acquitted. The woman's mother showed up and demanded retribution for her...

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Categories: poetry, racism,

Thank you for Your Interest by Violet Magee
Why do you write?
Says the boy in the sweatshirt
What will you write?
Asks the woman on the stage
How will you live?
Asks the sensible man
Will you be...

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Categories: poems, poetry, poets,

Poets by Emily Young
Poets
They are the mothers and fathers
Of blooming children
Children that grow to inspire and be heard
Silently making an impact...

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Categories: child, parents, poems, poetry,

Premium MemberResonance by Gerald Dillenbeck
Earth health-love resonance
is bird song
contrasted to dissonance
of non-ecologos
decaying cars
and non-theomythic truck technologies
of terror
and mismanaged motorcycles
flowing incessantly by.

Optimal resonance lives inside an eco-forested bird sanctuary
before and...

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Categories: poetry, community, happiness, health, identity,

Premium MemberHeirs Of The Struggle by millard lowe

Paradoxically, slavery showed equanimity—
Its suffering displayed no discrimination;
We all shared equally, its debilitation,
And were equally denied any sympathy
Over the Middle Passage odyssey;

Black men were prized;...

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Categories: poetry, africa, black african american,

Premium MemberHoliday Mercy by millard lowe

Easter and Remembering King
Are both gone—Today
Another child is shot in the back.
A mother plays his last message
By phone—Another son murdered
For being black.
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Categories: poetry, america, angst, black african