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Poems About: CHILD

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  • 109.
    In Your Name

    How my heart has changed
    To be just like you
    Living In Your Name
    You have seen me through read more »

    Holly Jamestone
  • 110.
    No End

    If we have
    Children
    There's
    No end read more »

    Aparna Chatterjee
  • 111.
    Press On

    No work no money no child no companion
    Children press on
    Waking up without you
    In the mirror a reflection a view read more »

    Jason Atkinson
  • 112.
    (125) ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

    Everyone says that nowadays
    Parents are pressurizing their child
    They are forcing them to study and work harder than they can
    And driving their children wild read more »

    Risha Ahmed (12 yrs)
  • 113.
    An adult is still a child

    A child imitates its mother with air.
    An adult imitates models to seem fair.
    A child imagines a child in a doll
    And enjoys tending it with fantasy. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 114.
    Child

    Child
    you are not here yet
    nor are you here yet
    you werent meant to be here read more »

    Mike Conkey
  • 115.
    Dear Child

    Dear child,
    Pray that the
    Monsters under your
    Your bed read more »

    Rebecca Hall
  • 116.
    Hush Now, Child

    Hush now child,
    No need to say goodbye,
    No winter song,
    No gentle lullaby, read more »

    Linda Harnett
  • 117.
    Moon Child

    Moon child
    Born wild
    Never to be tamed.
    Monsoon child read more »

    David Lacey
  • 118.
    A Child of Rage

    A CHILD OF RAGE
    A CHILD OF FEAR
    YOU LONG TO HOLD CLOSE
    YOU LONG TO GO NEAR read more »

    Lynzi Berner
  • 119.
    Aiedail's Lullabye

    Aiedail's Lullabye

    Hush child of Aiedail
    Sooth your aching soul read more »

    Janelle Morehart
  • 120.
    Angels Of Love

    Our children are the stars of today.
    Our children are the joy of life. These
    Children are the angels of our lives.
    Children are a message of cheer and joy to read more »

    Crystal Bogacki
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