Birthday Poems

Sometimes during birthday parties people want to read out birthday poems.  Some write the poem themselves, some have someone else write it with a brief history of the person given for information and others find a generic poem that was written by someone else.  However the poem is written, if it relates to the birthday individual, that's all that matters.  We at birthday wishes, quotes have gathered some poems for you , hope they will be helpful.


Here's a birthday spanking,
Sent you on a card,
One, Two, Three,
Put them right on hard,
Four, Five, Six
One to live on, one to grow on,
One to make you fat.

Author Unknown


Birthdays come and go,
But one thing never leaves.
The feeling that we get inside,
Gifts make us feel like thieves.
And don't forget the cake,
Birthdays are nothing without.
Family and friends get together,
Laughter is around, no doubt!



Sing a song of birthdays

Full of fun and cheer

And may you keep on having them

For many a happy year.

Author Unknown


 Don't forget that birthday poems can be used for cards, gifts and more.  Be creative and you will find the perfect birthday wishes quotes, poems and everything you are looking for.  Birthdays are a special time for someone whether they admit it or not.  And this is a great time for you to show them how much they mean to you.




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Here's a posy of flowers, and a basket too,

With birthday greetings all for you.

Author Unknown


As I Grow Old

God keep my heart  attuned to laughter

When youth is done;

When all the days are gray days, coming after

The warmth, the sun.

God keep me then from bitterness, from grieving,

When life seems cold;

God keep me always loving and believing

As I grow old.

Author Unknown


Grow old along with me!

The best is yet to be,

The last of life, for which the first was made:

Our times are in his hand

Who saith, A whole I planned,

Youth shows but half; trust God:

see all, nor be afraid!

Robert Browning


Let Me Grow Lovely
Let me grow lovely, growing old
So many fine things do:
Laces, and ivory, and gold,
And silks need not be new;
And there is healing in old trees,
Old streets a glamour hold;
Why may not I, as well as these,
Grow lovely, growing old?
Karle Wilson Baker


I remember, I remember
The roses, red and white,
The violets, and the lily-cups,
Those flowers made of light!
The lilacs, where the robin built,
And where my brother set
The laburmum on his birthday,-
The tree is living yet.

Thomas Hood