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Kids Quatrain Poems

These Kids Quatrain poems are examples of Quatrain poems about Kids. These are the best examples of Quatrain Kids poems written by international poets.

you'll be a man, tomorrow
You’ll be a man tomorrow, child, yes,
If you respect animals and pristine nature,
If you don’t kill elephants for ivory,
If you don’t kill the whales for...

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Categories: cheer up, education, future,

Premium Member It Really IS a Wonderful Life

Because God loved the world, He sent His Son
to be the sacrifice for sinful man.
Belief in Christ as Savior guarantees
a home in Heaven. This is...

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Categories: blessing, life, thanks,

Premium Member A wild fantasy
What happens to all the oranges
hanging on my neighbors' trees
would they let me have a bag of em
if I bargained or said pretty please

Why are...

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Categories: fantasy, flower, garden, hope,

Premium Member Retired---PS


		I said when I was only ten
		I knew just what I wished to be.
		I now look back with no regrets.
		The choice to teach was right...

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Categories: career, poetry, retirement,

“The only correct actions are those that demand no explanation and no apology”            ...

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Categories: sorry,

Premium Member Ww 3
World War 3, if such a war would happen,
will probably not be what we expect.
A war is being waged right now, and yet,
by many, it...

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Categories: war,

Premium Member Goodbye, Mama
A loving son held Mama's hand
			and said, "We've such sweet memories.
			If you feel strong enough today,
			I'd love to hear your favorites, please."
			Then like an eager...

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Categories: death, grief, joy, life,

Premium Member Is My Charmed Life Dead - In Trumps Own Words
Why would I do this
What was in my head
My charmed life of bliss
Perhaps irreparably dead?

Yes I'm a fighter
A grifter of old,
I deserve a fate brighter

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Categories: conflict, humor, motivation, parody,

Premium Member My Fathers World
Sunk comfortably aloof in his mauve reading chair
Dad's evening reverie; pipe, cheese, crackers and book
His world vanished in smoke swirling into the air
For his family;...

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Categories: father son, fathers day,

Fake Admirers of John Keats
Fake admirers of John Keats are spotted,
To check out if their luck goes as plotted,
Accepted the challenge,
They were so brave,
But they turned out to be...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, appreciation, beauty,

“The US First Cavalry arrived in Manila on February 3, 1945; it proceeded to Santo Tomas University north of the Pasig River, where 3,785 Allied...

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Categories: 11th grade, death, funeral,

Premium Member Super Mom
I imagine that somewhere... exists---
(I'm not sure, but my theory persists)

Moms who read --what their kids read-- from school
Then... :-) they book-club about it --...

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Categories: books, childhood, cool, inspirational

His sad heart broke into pieces, 
Every time someone declared "no", 
No one wished to marry a clown, 
But they all enjoyed his joke show,...

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Categories: emotions, sad,

Premium Member Wallpapering the Living Room
Wallpapering the living room is a job for many
So, we invited our relatives over, in all there were twenty
They got glue all over the carpet,...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Two Empty Chairs At Christmas
Let’s keep their apartment through Christmas someone suggested.
Although their mother was gone, and their dad had been arrested.
He will be back, right? An optimist asked,...

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Categories: goodbye,

Book: Reflection on the Important Things