Poems About: CHILDREN
Poems on / about :
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325.What We Teach Our Children By: Cay Thorne
If a child sees abuse in any form -
They will become abusers in any form;
If a child sees love;
They become lovers and romantics at heart read more »Cay Thorne
326.God's Greatest Blessing- Mother
The greatest God’s bestowed gift on us is mother.
She who struggles a lot and don’t let pain conquer her children,
She who resists the pain of her children in her womb for nine big months
She who holds the whole world if sees her children in pain, read more »Nekhel Mohan Sahay
327.What If It Was Your Child
I saw a child yesterday sitting on a corner, tears
streaming down its face, and I stopped to ask
why and the child replied, “no one likes me,
they laugh at me and say I lie, but I don’t lie.” read more »joy olree
328.To every child! ! ! *
To every child who thinks about giving up......
You may feel unwanted
You may feel unappreciated read more »Becky Ginn
329.Another Child Moves On
The flowers in a still life painting never move
The phonograph needle on a record album never leaves the same groove
But in another town in another place
Another child is born to the human race read more »BEAU GOLDEN
330.My Beloved Thoughts ~ Lyric Poetry
My thoughts which I bear
They are my own
Born of my flesh and blood
From my Holiest place read more »Christine A Kysely
Little child, fear no more,
Heaven isn’t far from you.
Little child rest those eyes,
Angels will guard those weary nights read more »Kate Thompson
A child like me love running as can be
A child like me always happy like you and me.
A child like you and me loves to be with friends all the time.
A child like all of us! Encouraging each other without spending a dime. read more »sarangee son
333.We Are The Children
We are the children of the sun
and the stars.
We are the children of the hippies, read more »Mikel K Poet
Our children are the gift from God;
You spoil the child by sparing rod;
The priceless wealth from Heav’n above,
That are being aborted now! read more »Dr John Celes
335.That child in me
Just like any other child, I never experienced being brought to school by a nanny.
My family couldn’t provide me one.
Just like any other child, I never experienced being fetched by a chauffer.
My father could not afford any. read more »Edgar Rendon Eslit
336.I Wondered What Was Next
So I wondered what was next
As I said good night
I wondered what was next
As I said good night read more »Clyde Bryson