Poems about boys growing up

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poems about boys growing up

Growing Up Quotes (1253 quotes)

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Growing up is hard to do. The challenges that a child must deal with throughout the life cycle are overwhelming. Children must deal with physical, emotional and psychological changes as they grow.

Mom Writes Tear-Worthy Poem About Kid’s Growing Up: “The Last Time”

Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Sarah Isma May Plane en route to adulthood. To realize the truths and the smiles they fake, Growing up to see only the image portrayed- was only for your sake. To see the hollow sadness from the two people, who once i thought was happiest. Its just the fire in them burning out, only dim enough for them to keep me going- so i don't burn out too.

Children are the ultimate gift to two people who love each other and the ultimate inconvenience to parents that don't. There is no bigger responsibility, and yet a relationship with a child can bear the greatest rewards. Children intuitively know when they are wanted and when they are not. The way that they raised from the cradle will affect the people they will become. There is a famous saying that children spell love T I M E. There may be many compelling reasons why you cannot be with your children but none of them can replace time.

Little boys are treasures Who are worth their weight in gold And charm everyone around them From the time they're hours old. They're Mommy's little darling, They're a special pal to Dad, And they bring the very happiest days A family's ever had! My day-old son is plenty scrawny, his mouth is wide with screams, or yawny; His ears seem larger than he's needing, His nose is flat, his chin's receding. His skin is very, very red, He has no hair upon his head, and yet I'm proud as proud can be, To hear you say he looks like me. One small hand to hold in yours, One small face to smile, One wet kiss as he says "good-night" One small child.

Have you ever wondered why the love of a mother to her child is called unconditional?
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Poetry about Children

Henry Vaughan was a Welsh Metaphysical Poet, although his name is not quite so familiar as, say, Andrew Marvell. This simple nine-line poem describes how the poet is filled with joy when he sees a rainbow, and how he hopes he will always keep that sense of enchantment with the natural world. -




  1. Eric A. says:

    These top poems in list format are the best examples of growing up poems written by PoetrySoup members.

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