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Kids Triolet Poems

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

Premium Member We First Met
Can you remember the first day we met,                 ...

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Categories: day, humor, remember, summer,

Premium Member Oh Why
The darkness prevails; God's light is dull; oh why
I’m afraid to send my kids to school these days
Sometimes I just sit alone in my bedroom...

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Categories: evil,

Premium Member My Heart Aches
My heart aches and breaks for innocent lives shed
Darkness is running rampant throughout our land
Lives were lost; the classroom was covered in red 
My heart...

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Categories: how i feel,

Pickled Scenery
A huge Alsatian barks at a passerby stranger
as the pond geese honk sensing grave danger
Trudges back home a rangy lone ranger.

Big and little aubergines cast...

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Categories: allah, nature, social,

Seasons Change
The awful howling wind,
From winter's tempestuous fling.
Spring! Welcome! Greenery
Flowering plants' itinerary,
The beginning of every good whim.

Awe! A rainbow of colors
Along meandering paths with flowers.
Early in...

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Categories: beach, bird, butterfly, children,

Premium Member The Wall and the Fence
Young Germans on the wrong side of a wall.
Imagine, if you can, their awful dread!
Before that great monstrosity can fall,
young Germans on the wrong side...

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Categories: history,

Falling Snow
Outside the snow is falling
The children are sleighing
Sometimes they start snowballing
Outside the snow is falling
“Dinner is served”, their Mom is calling
The children don’t hear what...

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Categories: kids, funny, nature, nostalgia,

Warm Hands, Warm Heart

Poured a cup of coffee and softened it with cream
I hug a romance novel, first chapter's underway
Hubby's gone a fishin', a long way off downstream

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Categories: 11th grade, husband, me,

Book: Shattered Sighs