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For Children Prose Poetry Poems

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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...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member For Children of War and Other Deceptions
For Children of War and Other Deceptions

The load of time
weigh heavy 
on the yokes of life;
the unshelled shelled.
Innocence of children
preyed upon;
life failed to root itself.


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Categories: analogy, children, death, imagery,

Michael Jackson
Natty gale appeared with precious tunes
Great tunes the world have never heard
He looked for a vessel all over the world
But couldn’t fine one
Oh! He wondered...

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Categories: art, planet,

Walking to School
A walk to school out of the backdoor, through the homemade back gate, through a narrow alley,
Cars parked on the curb, guarded by paraffin lamps,...

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Categories: nostalgia, school, old, old,

Watch for falling rock the sign said. Well I wonder who he is and how he got lost? Must have been a blunder.

Narrow Bridge, I...

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Categories: happiness,


Parts of the stream became fish
and some of these fish returned to water
there are thoughts older than the universe
and some of these threads stretch forth...

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Categories: children, inspirational, life, love,

Der erste Schnee/ La primera nieve/ First Snow
Der Wald ist ruhiger geworden,
auch in dem Tal ist Stille eingekehrt.
Die Bäume hüllen sich in Schweigen und warten auf das
erste, leise Weiß.
Vereinzelt ziehen Elstern ihre...

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Categories: seasonstime, time,

Mental Telepathy
Apathetic CharlaX
Wood yew like to have a super power like mental telepathy
then rally hear what people think
when they stare at you
and understand just what...

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Categories: on writing and words,