Growing Up Poems

Growing Up Poems

Growing Up Can Be Hard For Kids, Teens And Parents

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. There is no manual for growing up. In western society there are so many options given to children that they often feel confused and lost. We are not doing our children a favor if we do not provide guidance to them. Parents are there to help children navigate this confusing world. Let us not shirk in our duties.

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One Last Time
  • By Brad Anderson
  • Published: February 2006
Can I Carry You?

I guess that I can hold you
one more time before you grow
and tell you that I love you
so that you will always know.

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I love this poem! It's so touching. I don't have any kids, but I'm moving for college in a few months and this poem actually made me want to cry. I really do miss those times.
I...

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  • By Tammy M. Duncan
  • Published: February 2006
Red Hair And Freckles

With red hair, freckles & a peanut butter face,
He looks at his mama with wonder & wait.
Those brown eyes a shining & looking so bright.
Just waiting for her to say ok go outside....

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  • Rating 4.60
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As a mother of three grown children, I identified with the writer.
It is such a bittersweet joy to watch your children run, play and imagine as they play.
Unaware that there...

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  • By Cynthia A. Sieving
  • Published: February 2006
Though You Are Grown

I remember years ago,
you were so little then.
Sometimes,
I can't help but wish,...

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  • Rating 4.53
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I have grandsons and watching them grow is a joy. This poem reminded me of when my two daughters were growing up and the feelings I've had.

Grow Up Like You
  • By Deborah L. Mann
  • Published: February 2006
Mom


Your words mean a lot to me,
They make the whole world see.
Your words of love and wisdom too,

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Remembering Summer Days With Son
  • By Rob Hermsmeier
  • Published: July 3, 2015
A Day In June

Alone in my new garden where the swing set used to be,
I sat and tilled the fertile ground, preparing it for seed.
The patchy grass that used to grow between young feet at play,
Alas, to my new pastime in the dirt, had given way.

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Mother To Son Poem
  • By Wendy L. Nichols
  • Published: February 2006
Open Arms

Picture

The day you were born,
you touched my soul.
You were the missing link,
that made my life whole....

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Made me cry considering I am away from my boys now and miss my lil men so much...

  • By Nikki L. Rench
  • Published: February 2006
Inside

Picture

Bottled up inside
Are the things I never said,
The feelings that I hide,
The lines you never read...

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Poem About Feelings After Daughter Left For College
  • By Christine Werner
  • Published: December 24, 2015
A Mother's Question

How do I close the door to this space?
With my eyes filled with tears, my arms haven't the strength.

How do I close the door to this space?

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  • By Cindy J. Odom
  • Published: February 2006
Through Dad's Camera Lens

Piles of snow all pushed aside,
Little children going down the slide.
A rainbow with its pot of gold,
All of these are stories once told....

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