Poems About: CHILDHOOD
Poems on / about :
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325.Am I To Blame
A simple hug or a kiss, that would
have been enough;
to make me feel deserving,
of any type of love. read more »Ruth warren
326.The Poem of Unrequited Love..with a twist
The love you speak of
You speak of acacias
and of the happy childhood read more »Noemi Lee
327.The Sour Stench Of Childhood
When he asked about my childhood
I knew not where to start.
The scents began to flood my head
while strangling my heart. read more »Mary Nagy
328.THE BLESSED VIRGIN OF THE LATE NIGHT STORE
Her Children sleep, Guarded by
a fourteen year old disciple
whilst she works the dead hours
dispensing, pale smiles, pepsi and read more »Bill Mitton
329.STOLEN SMILE part 2
In a blink of an eye,
I was gone without even saying goodbye.
If you only knew how painful it was read more »Marie Joyce B. Negapatan
330.TEDDY BEARS AND LIONS
Remember that special childhood toy?
Where is it now?
Remember how safely guarded you were from the dark monsters that lived under your bed?
Comfort that was given freely each time tears wet your face. read more »Rhonda Davis
331.Evening in Paris
The sun, a glass marble shines on innocense.
I lie in short grass, looking into the future.
The moon- a shiny biscut covers the clouds. read more »Joe Howell
332.Veil of Dreams
In dreams I keep trying to find my way
back to the house of my childhood
and sometimes I end up getting lost. read more »Max Reif
333.The Memory of a Smile
The memory of a smile long gone
returns to warm me on
this windy March morning
and in it’s swirling song read more »Bill Mitton
334.Mangees, Mangees, Mangees...
A new order is ours,
A new birth to the old
And we have ceremony.
A garden with no green, read more »Jeff Hobbs
335.The Pool and The Nightclub
in here we cannot hear.
the swirl, the swash of decibels resound
like the thumping, waving pounds read more »Seán O Muiríosa
Afraid of the dark I could not be
For I had a light that shone on me.
It swept away my fears of night,
Scattered my demons and put them to flight. read more »Pete Crowther