Child stories, books, poems, and more

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A child’s dream outlasts the brilliance of the evening stars that light the darkness left behind, when dreams turn into memories, and memories turn into tears. Read More
We are the mirrors of tomorrow, that a child looks in and sees nothing . . . Read More
Melody has been dating Steven for nearly four years now and as he starts to pull away, she discovers some very interesting news: She's pregnant! Now she has to navigate through this with her best friend, Christopher, who supports her in every way possible. What will she do to move… Read More

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Comments: 1

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Silly child, turtles are harmless. I'm going swimming Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 18, 2022

That's how we should see ourselves. My poem. Read More

Tags: child, born, date, win, ticket

Experience the story of a young child surviving through the turmoil of war and destruction. His understanding is limited, but the events are real, and difficult. Through the boy's eyes, you get to see the ups and downs of losing a home, facing evils of the world, and enduring harsh… Read More

Tags: war, child, boy, young, victim

Poem / Poetry

January 28, 2022

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

i wrote this while watching a South Korean series called 'Mother.' Read More

Tags: abuse, child

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"Quietly moving." Read More

Short Story / Romance

January 16, 2022

Reads: 195

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

It seems that more and more men are unsure whether the child that wife or partner expects is theirs. Doubt sometimes overshadows the happiness that should normally be felt in a future fatherhood... Read More
this article discusses how society treats pedophiles with more respect than a victim of molestation. this article was written in hopes of increasing awareness of this ongoing issue. thank you! Read More
Mom’s childhood in the Soviet Union, written for the kids Read More
This Poem is dedicated to All of Us, especially the younger generations, who We, unfortunately, failed to teach being Grateful. It's easy to teach to say "Thank you", to be Grateful - We must learn by ourselves... Read More
a bit of circular reasoning that challenges the authenticity of my existence, a moment of clarity, or simply my mind playing games with the actuality of my reality. Read More

Short Story / Horror

December 05, 2021

Reads: 199

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

Moira is consulting with her cat about what to do on Halloween. Read More

Tags: halloween, child

Poem / Other

November 03, 2021

A poem about growing up too soon Read More

Poem / Other

October 31, 2021

Reads: 179

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Appreciate your children, while you can. Read More
Innocent or guilty? -You be the judge. Read More

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Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Music is Good for the Soul Article Read More
A kidnapper learns nothing fiercer than a parent defending her child. 750 words. Read More
Reflecting on the past. Read More

Tags: child, sleepy, nap

There is a darkness that has consumed the human heart. There is an emptiness that has replaced the completeness that I once felt. It is the dawning of a new acceptance that betrays the fabric of our nation’s past. And I see the tears, and feel the pain, etched upon… Read More

Tags: war, heart, darkness, child, cry

I do not like the word “father,” but prefer the word “Dad” instead. “Father” is too formal, too serious, too staid, while “Dad” denotes the guy that cradled me when I was a child, the guy that stayed up at night when I hurt and was in pain. Read More

Tags: father, hurt, child, dad, staid

We were little brown children once. It was summertime, and we played and we laughed, and we cried and we hurt, like any normal child would. We made up games when we worked in the fields, just to keep our childhood alive some days, especially when the sun bore down… Read More
Growing up in the Rio Grande Valley in the 1950 and early 1960s as a Hispanic had its challenges, even as a kid, but especially for parents. Money was tight. Jobs scarce. And brown-skinned people like me were not necessarily fully accepted or appreciated. Read More
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