Family Poems for Kids - Page 2

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  1. What Are We Going To Do With You?

    A Funny Poem For My Sister

    Sometimes you drive us all crazy.
    Sometimes me more than others.
    But sometimes you yell
    and kick at nothing for no reason.

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    This poem just reminds me of my daughter and how she gets on her big brother's nerves. She is a sweet thing to have around, but you can never tell what she will do in the next minutes. Most...

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  3. My Life After My Parents' Divorce

    • By Kayla K. Eikermann
    • Published: February 2006
    Positive Divorce Poem From Child's Perspective

    This is my life:

    My parents are split up.
    I can't believe they gave up.

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    I love this poem and relate to it very much! I'm using it for a class presentation. After my parents got divorced, God blessed me with the best bonus mom ever! She even feels like my own. My...

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  4. A Mom Is Like A Present

    A mom is a person to stand right
    beside you until the very end.
    She'll always be there for you,
    no matter where or when.

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    It's a loving and inspiring poem. I loved it. The best poem I've ever read!

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  6. Muffins With Momma

    Memories Of Baking With Mom

    Momma's in the kitchen
    making muffins for me.
    There's eggs, raisins, milk
    And white powdery stuff I see.

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  7. My Annoying Sister

    • By Mariah S. Thies
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Little Sister

    I have a little sister.
    She bothers me a lot.
    When we get in trouble,
    She laughs and never gets caught.

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  8. Mom's Special Day

    Child's Poem For Mother's Day

    Mom, today's your special day,
    And you need to take a rest.
    I'll do everything for you
    To make it the best.

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  10. My Annoying Older Sister!

    • By Thanjena Begum
    • Published: July 2012

    A jelly I ate,
    The one my sister made.
    Made me want to faint.
    She keeps stealing my paint

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    You are lucky to have your sister. Mine left me 3 years ago. I hope you will be able to enjoy the moments with your sister.

  11. Daddy, I Love You

    • By Claire Anderson
    • Published: September 2008
    Valentine's Day Poem For Dad

    Daddy, I love you
    For all that you do.

    I'll kiss you and hug you

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    Here is a poem from me to you. I love you. You love me too. On this Valentine's Day I wanna be with you, be with you. Hold me around your arms. I love you.

  12. My Twin Sister

    • By Rivki
    • Published: July 2010
    Twins Sharing Bedroom

    You boss me around
    and tell me what to do.
    You say our room is bound
    and you're nasty when the sky is blue.

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    My sister and I share the same bedroom. We don't mind it, but the poem is right. I am happy when the sky is grey but sad when blue. So it is written (to me) from my sister's point of view.

  13. My Dad's Addicted To The Ps2

    Pew, pew, pew
    goes my dad on the PS2.
    Shooting bad guys on Battlefield 3,
    who knew? Not me.

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