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Kids Sestina Poems

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

Premium Member When They Exhume My Poems
When I die
I give the Pulitzer Board 
To exhume my lyrics

And some overweight ME
Will put my verses on a slab
Going thru my stanzas for tone

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Categories: sestina, assonance, death, eulogy, i

Premium Member The Barbershop Quartet

The barbershop quartet, mustache brushes in hand.
A Capella joviality, with torquing wrists, snapping fingers.
Bristles foaming, silky white and smooth, voices grand.

Dapper in their...

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Categories: music, song,

The Final Page
All the kids at school?
They say writing poetry must be easy; after all, so many words rhyme with ‘love you’.
If they, with fists covered in...

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© J. Amorose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death,

Sestina For a Forgotten Cousin Midget
Sestina for a Forgotten Cousin Midget

Kids are midgets
Like gnats, infested around the water
Melons buried in ice
Moms mixing up grape and lime Kool-Aid
Smoke smolders from reddened...

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© Jeff Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family,

Premium Member Flying

Before I ever thought of age
I dreamed of running through the woods
And lifting my feet from the ground and flying.
Only a few inches up, not...

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Categories: age, flying,

Premium Member Sestina
Quite often it seems we tell kids, it’s best to be first
They sign up for fun; parents, it seems, for the fame
Whether it’s academics or...

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Categories: childhood, family, children, introspection,

Premium Member Em Bracing the Joy
All those High School years, she stared at smiles
and would envy those, lined up in rows
shoulder to shoulder, enjoying the carefree days.
They with porcelain jewels,...

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Categories: childhood, happinesslife, school, life,

Premium Member Idella's Gift
There are smells and sights and tastes which always remind 
of Grandma with her rows of flowers bright,
the red of poppy the gladiolas white, the...

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Categories: caregiving, childhood, family, introspection,

Past the Grain Fields
Past the grain fields clanks the old train,
and it goes beyond the fertile valley;
then it vanishes amid the swaying hills,
not too far from the massive...

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Categories: music, nature, peace, seasonslife,

Christmas Celebration In My City
Many Christmas Trees are seen
around the Yule season in my city;
they all are very tall and beautiful,
but the Rockefeller Plaza's Norway spruce
is the most gigantic...

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Categories: happiness, hope, love, music,

Howlween and Meowween
Halloween is not just for kids...
what about those gorgeous pets
that we snuggle, love, kiss and willfully spoil?
Shouldn't they have their own
special Howlween and Meowween
with treats...

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Categories: adventure, animals, anniversary, children,

Survive By Heeding Advice
When the parents are gone,
the kids survive by heeding advice and carry on
their wishes by honoring their true intent;
flowers sprout and then bloom,
never living their...

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Categories: adventure, death, faith, family,

A Grim Outlook
Prices rising:  the reality of this plunging economy,
thriftiness and frugality are greatly demanded
in order to survive, and having less to spend
is a deterrent to...

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Categories: depression, hope, loss, people,

My Charming Campanian Town
Baiano is my charming Campanian town,
at the foot of the Paterno's mountain,
noble roman settlers came to build their villas,
but the barbarians and Spartacus ransacked it;

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Categories: seasons