Funny Poem for Kids

Growing Old And Going Bald

I started to lose my hair when I was just nineteen, which made me feel like I was losing my locks, my looks, and my manhood. Having children though made me realize that it didn't matter if I was bald, had spots, or anything worse. Love is unconditional, and my children loved me for who I was and not what I looked like. As a granddad now well into my 50s, I can confirm that it's what's on the inside that matters, and I'm perfectly happy not having to comb my hair.

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Granddad's Got Hair

© more by Graham Craven

Published by Family Friend Poems November 2018 with permission of the Author.

Granddad's got hair on his fingers,
Hair on his toes,
Hair in his ears,
Hair up his nose.
His chest has got more hair than a coarse front door mat.
His back has got more hair than next door's tom cat.

Granddad's head is silky and smooth,
Not a solitary bristle.
Smooth as a baby's bum,
Clean as a whistle.
Some say a snooker ball has got more hair,
But his beard hides a smile that says, "I just don't care."

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  • Teresa Zajewska by Teresa Zajewska
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I like the poem. It shows the love of the grandchild to the grandfather. And it's funny!

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