Time has been flying by, and we are approaching the conclusion of the year. It indicates we’re on the verge of another New Year. Because the New Year is a time for celebration, we’re here to help you make it even more memorable with our New Year Poems for Kids. Children provide joy to others.

They are energetic powerhouses who energise us with their pure souls. They have a particular position in the world, and they should always get what they want. We have made a list of some simple yet fun New Year Poems for kids which will make them happy.

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New Year Poems for Kids

Want to make your New Year celebration interesting with your kids? Here is a list of some Happy New Year poems for kids 2022:

Ring Out, Wild Bells by Alfred Tennyson

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Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,

The flying cloud, the frosty light;

The year is dying in the night,

Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.


Ring out the old, ring in the new,

Ring, happy bells, across the snow

The year is going, let him go;

Ring out the false, ring in the true.


Ring out the grief that saps the mind,

For those that here we see no more,

Ring out the feud of rich and poor,

Ring in redress to all mankind


Ring out a slowly dying cause

And ancient forms of party strife;

Ring in the nobler modes of life

With sweeter manners, purer laws

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Stanza 2 of The Poem

Ring out the want, the care the sin,

The faithless coldness of the times.

Ring out, ring out my mournful rhymes

But ring the fuller minstrel in.


Ring out false pride in place and blood,

The civic slander and the spite;

Ring in the love of truth and right,

Ring in the common love of good.


Ring out old shapes of foul disease

Ring out the narrowing lust of gold;

Ring out the thousand wars of old

Ring in the thousand years of peace


Ring in the valiant man and free

The larger heart, the kindlier hand;

Ring out the darkness of the land

Ring in the Christ that is to be


The Year by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

What can be said in New Year rhymes,

That’s not been said a thousand times?


The new years come, the old years go,

We know we dream, we dream we know.


We rise up laughing with the light,

We lie down weeping with the night.


We hug the world until it stings,

We curse it then and sigh for wings.


We live, we love, we woo, we wed,

We wreathe our brides, we sheet our dead.


We laugh, we weep, we hope, we fear,

And that’s the burden of the year.

A Journey To A New Year by Sumira R. Arain

First day of the New Year.

It’s time to shine for a new day.

Forget your past,

Your sorrow, your pain.

New ideas are waiting ahead.

It’s time to recall all your memories,

Beautiful dreams that remain uncovered,

Painful parts of life when your heart gets crushed.

But don’t be afraid.

The future is in your hands.

Hold it in your hand.

Start your race,

A new journey,

That leads you to success.

You will rise again

You will shine again.

Happy New Year!

A New Year Foretold by Debra L. Brown

This New Year has been foretold.

Your future is at hand.

God knows the fate and outcome

of each and every man.


God has chosen the narrow road.

His wisdom is leading the way.

His great strength can carry your load.

His compassion you will feel every day.


With a new dawn over the horizon,

and the Lord to lead the way,

you can spread your wings like an eagle

and soar through every day.

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Seasons Yet To Come by Rick W. Cotton

They gave us all a calendar

At work this afternoon.

Suddenly it dawns on me,

The year is ending soon!


Comes January, cold and gray.

The new year’s just beginning.

And February, short and bright

With Valentine hearts winning.


Comes March, the windy roaring one

And warm the sun of spring.

Then April, bright of shining sky

And flowers blossoming.


Comes May, and school comes to a close

With children’s happy laughter.

Then June, with open city pools

And picnics soon thereafter.

Stanza 2 of The Poem

July comes booming with a bang

Of red-glared rockets blasting.

Then August lingers with its heat

That seems so…everlasting.


September, gold September comes.

The year is growing older.

October with sweet Halloween.

The nights grow dark and colder.


November smells of harvest,

Of turkey and Thanksgiving.

December comes with joy and light

To fill the hearts of the living.


Each page I flip and see these things

Of days yet to come.

My calendar is a door to me,

An adventure just begun!

Live Your Dream by John P. Read

Another year is almost over.

A new one’s about to begin.

Say goodbye to all the negative stuff.

Move on with the positive things.


Forget those New Year’s resolutions.

They are never what they seem.

Resolutions are no sooner made than broken.

It’s far better to follow your dreams.


Let’s pray for health and happiness

And for peace in the New Year too.

And as those bells ring out at midnight,

I hope those dreams come true.

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Happy New Year by Hope Galaxie

As the world celebrates

With fireworks and cakes

I’m standing here alone

Far away from home

With nothing but a suitcase and memories


As the stars surround me like water

I raise my hands in full surrender

To God, my Redeemer

Lord, this year is far from ordinary

I’ve never seen such extraordinary

People, places and things

Amazing human beings

Searching for purpose, just like me.


Looking around, I wonder

Since a year is like clashing thunder

Booming suddenly

Then vanishing instantly

Stanza 2

Why waste time uselessly?

The old year came and went

I hope your time was wisely spent

On helping others and working hard

So that many people may regard

Your lifetime as truly great

And not just because of fate

So learn this lesson, but not from me!

Try it yourself and you will see

Making a difference starts with one step

With one foot, then the next


So walk right now into the light

And find yourself shining bright

Don’t worry what people think

Because right now you’re on the brink

Of showing others what is true

Happy New Year, from me to you.

Holiday Reflections by Linda Murdock

Thanksgiving comes but once a year.

It’s a time when families gather near

To reflect and give thanks for those we hold dear.

We celebrate Christmas with parties and food,

Spend time with family and everyone’s in a good mood.

Soon it’s all over, and decorations are put away,

And then we do it all again for the next holiday.

Look forward to the New Year and keep hope alive

That our country brings our troops home

So no one else dies.

Have faith things will get better,

Pray to God above

That He will bless us and keep us

In His everlasting love.

Our country’s in turmoil, and it gives me a chill.

We’ll see better times soon…..I know we will.

Try not to let worry get you down.

Stanza 2 of The Poem

Smile, keep your chin up,

And laugh out loud.

We’ll certainly survive hard times once more

Because we have great strength and resolve

We didn’t know we had before.

Take one day at a time, and treasure each day.

We need to work together because that’s the best way.

Don’t let hate determine how you act.

Instead, open up your heart and don’t attack.

Make sure our country is the best it can be

Let’s all work together….you and me!

Please, end the hatred towards our fellow man.

We’ll all feel better if we’re holding hands!


As they recite together with their teachers, children are well-versed in poems dating back to kindergarten. Poetry is a simple technique to get their attention, thus their studies are written in the style of poems for easy understanding. They would be very joyous and joyful if the New Year greetings are also sent to them in the style of poems. We hope that you liked the poems that you have read in this article.

Happy New Year 2022 to all the readers!!!

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