Category: Poems for Children

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Bee on my Nose

Oh little bee There on my nose, You want to sting, I do suppose. It’s your flower I mst agree… Didn’t see you Oh little bee. I just wanted One tiny sniff And not to cause This little tiff. You stand there in That wicked crouch… You won’t sting me, OUCH, OUCH, OUCH, OUCH!

Valentine’s Day Card

Valentine’s Day has come and gone And I am feeling kind of blue. I got a hundred Valentines But not a one of them from you. I checked my mailbox every day And it is kind of hard to do. But it would have been worth the trip If I had gotten one from you. […]

Sonnet (Playground Dilemma)

At recess she was there again today In hopes that I would notice her bold flirt. Her looks were nice if you ignored the dirt, Her blue eyes beckoned me to come and play. But did I want to leave my other friends To play with this lone girl whom most thought strange? My recess […]

Veggies

I don’t like eating vegetables, I just like meat and bread. Mom said if I’d eat carrots, They would make my hair turn red. She always puts them on my plate But every time I’m able, I feed them to my puppy, On the rug beneath the table. My puppy is a Labrador. He’ll eat […]

Bookworm

Howard the bookworm Loves to eat books. Under your bed Is the first place he looks. It’s hard to turn pages When one is so small. If your books are left tidy He can’t eat them at all. He climbs open pages And eats his way down. He will eat every word Be it adverb […]