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Poem Details | by Raul Moreno |
Categories: dedicationlove,

Robin Gass

Born and raised in New Jersey,
  A true hearted Jersey girl.
With a natural gift of wordplay,
  Poems emerge as her pen swirls.

With a love for children, music,
  Animals, words, and people.
She lives by the golden rule,
  By making others feel equal.

Bearing a kind and caring heart,
  She makes friends forevermore.
And spreads her love at home,
  With her family and 3 Labradors.

She loves to joke around,
  And making others laugh.
Here’s a tribute to our friend,
  New Jersey’s own Robin Gass.







___________________________
Dedicated to Robin Gass 
for her neverending support.


Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: christmas, holiday,

Christmas Festivities

Christmas
Has much joy and celebration,
Rolled into twenty-four hours of elation.
It echoes with laughter,
Sees caring, generosity and love scatter.
Too much food and drink,
May ruin it for some;
As it ends the heartburn, will come; 
Set in for the night; to dreams we’ll succumb.

For children,
Each one is filled with magical
Surprises galore,
That, for each child,
Invokes memories of the previous ones while.
Very often it also
Invokes and joy and mirth; even
The holy family’s’ stay at, the 
Inn and Christ’s miraculous birth.
Everyone does not celebrate it; but they will break bread;
Some celebrate Hanukkah, Ramadan or Quanzaa instead.

Poem Details | by Peter Dome |
Categories: animal, children, dog, kids, fun, pets,

Dogs are Fun For children

Jump sniff chew scratch
dogs loved to be stroked on their backs
Run pant stretch bark
dogs love playing ball in the park
Digging holes with their clawed nails
Long ears and wagging tails
I love dogs
they are such fun
throw a stick and watch
them run.



Peter Dome.copyright.2013. Dec.

Poem Details | by Tom Larrow |
Categories: devotion, faith, family, happiness, inspirational, life, love, peace, people, philosophy, religion, prayer,

Happy is a Child

True joy is to hold a newborn child Their God's gift to make you smile you'll never find more earthly worth then two souls joining who give birth Grandpa's pride and Grandma's idle for these new parents it's their child To hold, love, teach, nurture and guide They do it all with a smile and pride All of the fear, worry, happiness and joy Unequaled by any store bought toy The richest people, you'll see around Are playing with children on the ground Long life, for a child, to breath earths fresh air Hear the echo, as all repeat the same prayer
Contest entry for "Children in rhtme"


Poem Details | by Veronica Aicher |
Categories: family, holiday, holiday, new year,

Happy Holiday

Happy Holiday to each and everyone of you
May your hopes and your dreams for the new year all come true
It'a magical time for children of all ages
To show how much we care and try to remember the reason we are all here
To love and show compassion
Not just at holiday time
But all through the coming year after year

Poem Details | by Jerrell Jones |
Categories: age,

The Old Couple

Their lawn chairs in the sun
Outside a standard door--
They are considered nonproductive.
They passed their buying power
For the next to last measured lot.

The old man putters about the yard.
Turning earth for flowers that she wants
Beside the fence of hedge and vine;
And to a reel gone out of style,
He dances with his dog.

She feeds all birds and stops to watch
A squirrel glide like a leaf
Among the thoughts of friends
Whose deaths predict their own;
The papers tell them so.

She brings him tea and stories,
Retelling all that made them glad,
And love for children who had fled in fear
Of palsied hands to faster places
Where an hour can wear no dust.

Poem Details | by Anonymous Norman |
Categories: hope, inspirational, introspection, love, music, mystery, people, political

Sod is in the T.V.

Their trying to tell you something,
It’s being shown on the screen,
It’s being told in music, ding ding,
But you were indoctrinated by thirteen.

Mtv shows you Masonic ritual,
Flashing symbols in your third eye,
Leave you in crisis, needing spiritual hospital,
You’ve had an overdose of an intoxicating lie!

It’s time to break the spell, turn off the T.V.
With all its degrading, intoxicated role models,
How anyone finds this acceptable for children, spent on me,
Maybe this is why society is fuelled by self gratifying morals.

Poem Details | by adam hollingsworth |
Categories: allegorychildren,

Such a Tired Disease

(first poem; at age 15)

They cheat lives
And close their minds
So empty inside
No more do things shine
Sitting in anxious chairs 
Lying love is all they care
Cheating all their dares
And stealing hope without a care
Your smile's lost in the devils moonlight
Dear child you’re engrossed in dark lights
Induced pain is how they bend
But it feels so good to feel again
The kids walk side by side
No smiles but hatred they only hide
They wish for happiness oh so dire
But all they feel is the rod on fire
'Please loosen up, ” the parasites plead 
A silent response is dead indeed 
For children trip and children fall
But they are forced, into this crashing call 

Poem Details | by Kacey Greenlee |
Categories: childhood, father, children, loss, mother,

''Broken Light''

~Why will your love never be true?
Such an absent silence.
Wearing a heart I can see right through.
An emotionless ploy.
Faint face,as eyes that were always dim.
I remember now,the smile that was forever saved for you.
But, no return, left lonely.
I turned away from our broken light.~



This is for children who has felt abandoned by parents~

Poem Details | by João Camilo |
Categories: children, love, time,

For children in love

I carry in my heart, a little little clock
And when I move, it makes tick-tock,
never belatedly and always the same
either I am asleep or playing a game.
 
But one day, the clock did only tick
and no tock, I was worried and sick,
I went to see my doctor after a cure:
I would not die he held, I said: sure?
 
Of course I am sure, Your heart is fine
the blood runs swiftly, ruby as red wine,
All that happened is natural, calm down
There is no reason to worry or to frown:
 
While loving, a broken clock is never late,
Now buy her flowers and sweet chocolate.

Poem Details | by Michael Gelb |
Categories: lovemen, beauty, beauty, love, men,

What Some Men Can't See

What Some Men Can’t See

For years it’s been said that love is blind
Probably meant with men in mind

Women are different in many ways
With some men their in a daze 
  
All women have inner beauty of their own
And most of the time that beauty is shown  

Women are filled with loving care
Especially for children they love so dear 

Some men can’t see beyond their nose
The love in the family that grows and grows


Poem Details | by Patricia Lawton |
Categories: children, fun, poetry, writing,

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The Poet.

I love the peace and quiet, when I sit alone at night
with everyone asleep in bed, then I love to sit and write.
I'll pick up my pad and pen and scribble down a verse.
Any words that come to mind, nothing I've rehearsed.
That is how it started when I found I'd all this time
I would sit and write for children, poetry, verse and rhyme.
I love to write of animals, creatures great and small.
write of woodland trees that grow so very tall.
Then also woodland fairy's that live among the flowers
or anything that springs to mind I would sit and write for hours.
Then I'd get them printed out for everyone to see
because that is what I love the most
Just writing Poetry.



Poem Details | by Atour Tamrazov |
Categories: family, children, people,

For Children!

Some love should turn this life and time
To something more delicious:
They make the sky -blue and dreams - for children!

Poem Details | by sagrika chowdhury |
Categories: summer,

Summer

Summer days r enjoyable
Summer days r sensible
Children spend vacations
Away from hectic examinations
They feel carefree and happy 
And not at all snappy
Summer days are sweet
While playing v feel sweat
For children it's a 
time
To enjoy lots of ice cream
And engage I n soaring over high dreams
The days r carefree n lazy
That make us work something hazy
Summer days r harsh n dry
Summer days r chance
To something new to learn n try
V need scarf n sash
Keeping safe from being hot rash
My heart always cries
Of dear sun please
Don't snatch the shine of our eyes
Really summer days r beautiful
That always let us have
Parents love handful


Poem Details | by thelast don |
Categories: angel, love,

Diabolus Amare

It has no rain,

for there is no sun,

there be no reasons for children to run,

there is no light at the end of the road,

there is no kiss for the prince of toads,

there is no love as strong as this,

as the eyes of a snake and its powerful hiss,

only those days in which i miss,

could love so sweet not come with a kiss,

my hope is gone,

an i sing this song,

for all things we dreamed is only but done.


Poem Details | by Ricky Sholar |
Categories: poems,

Words

Words are like a work of art
The visions they create
They can show us beauty
Or show us how to hate

Words can tell a story
Of romance and of love
Or nursery rhymes for children
Or tell of God above

Words  can be persuasive
And create a law
Words can tell the news and weather
And tell what people saw

Words have even caused great Wars
Where many men have died
Sending home what's left of 
The ones who did survive

Shakespeare used them beautifully
As did Frost and Poe and Keats
Langston Hughs,  Maya Angelou
Emily Dickenson and Yeats

So choose words very carefully
Be aware of what you say
Cause words can really hurt someone
And they can't be cast away.

Poem Details | by Marty Owens |
Categories: inspirational, nature

Blessings Flow

Carolina Blue Sky so high
With white fluffy clouds in the sky.

I'm thankful that I am alive.
In this day and time to survive.

Great blessings from God up above.
Who sent down His Free Gift of Love.

His marvelous grace is bestowed.
For children He carried their load.

So now let us give Him all praise.
And to Him our hands we will raise.

Poem Details | by resendos ros |
Categories: love,

i love you

I love you
I love your long hair
I love those smile with dimples on your cheek
I love those small eyes that form a line when you laugh
I love you for who you are

I love the way you care for others
I love the way you shower your love for children whom are not yours
I love the way you show concern to those whom are around you
I love you the way you are

I love how you believe in yourself
I love how you keep in persistent on doing what you want
I love how you tirelessly energise yourself and keep on keeping on
I love you for what you want to be

I love you

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: children, health, introspection, life, passionchildren, care, care, children,

Come Along And Wish With Me

My first wish would be to help children 
Around the world__meet all their needs
Be it need for basics like food, clothing
Or shelter from the cold, water, __meds

This would include children in the states
Who in the city sometimes aren't safe
Then my second wish for elderly
Would be for love__ care continually

Then something for me that I long for
Health and strength to be able to care
For my family as needs arise
Granted these wishes__ life would improve

Wishes for children all around world
Love and care for elderly__last me

Poem Details | by John Bullick |
Categories: introspection,

Longing

The dog lies between us,
bridging the gulf
that's grown between us
over the years.

She whimpers, you groan
in your sleep.
I sigh awake,
longing to recapture
the dreams of our youth.

When we longed for children,
longed for someone to love
besides ourselves.

Longed with an abandon,
because we couldn't imagine
life outside ourselves.

Longed and loved
and hoped for something
beyond this bliss.

To keep us together.


Poem Details | by Cynthia Buhain-Baello |
Categories: care, life, love,

Life And Its Lessons

I watched a mother duck 
Care for her little young,
Who rode there on her back
As she swam along.

Such love, I then marveled.
So gentle and so pure.
Her young with glee traveled
On her back, safe... secure.

Would all human mothers do
What this avian mother does?
Give her care all life through-
Lay down all that she has?

Some mothers, they do not,
And that is so heartbreaking.
For children are a fragile lot,
They need all the protecting.

From creatures Man learns well,
Of love and care,  compassion.
From watching them we can tell,
They teach us life...... and its lessons.

Cynthia Buhain-Baello~~~05.05.15
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Poem Details | by Teresa Harr-Pena |
Categories: angst, childhood, love, people,

Telemarketers

Out of Area
Was on the caller ID
I wonder which telemarketer
It can be

It was for children
Who were in need
Fro fallen sheriffs
Was they're plead

$25, $40, $50
What would suit you best?
I told her send the kids to me
I'll take care of the rest

She paused. I said, "I have no money"
She relies, "$10 will do,
How would you like to pay for that?"
I replied," With love that is true!"

Ma'am I am serious
Well, so am I
It should be against the law
For a child to cry

I hung up!


Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: love, sensual,

WEEPING LOVE'S BEST

s



                                      sense of self being
                                  causes all kinds of feeling
                                   weeping love's the best 

                                     parents for children
                                  God in utmost devotion 
                                         lover for lover

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: mother

TREASURE OF LOVE AND FAITH

Mother is the treasure
of love and faith
remains for children 
until death

She teaches the first talk
helps to stand on feet
in fever she tears
by feeding her milk

Her wellbeing with blessings
goes up above all
sacrifices everything
when we fall

She cries before
pain touches us
gives us  education
in all spheres

When a day comes
all far away
mother is near by
see all the day

Poem Details | by Harold Hunt sr |
Categories: christmas,

Santa's ANSWER

Santa's answer 
Dear Alisa,
I forgive you. I am a very understanding.
I understand war is tough for all.
But my love for children overcomes anything war can bring.
I hope you love your gifts and your new home.
I'm very sure your mom will.
Loved your cookies and milk.Thank you. 
I also want to thank you for still believing in Christmas.
And in me also.
For Christmas is a wonderful time of the year and no one should change your mind about that.
So enjoy your Christmas, and always believe what you think and wishes do come true.
So Merry Christmas To You And to All Mankindkind.
                      Love,
                            SANTA