Poems for Kids - Page 2
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A ball dress, some slippers, and I am in heaven.
Believe me, pretending and dress up is fun!
Can you use your own imagination?
Do give it a try, my little one.
22. Morning Fog
The morning fog
- White and dense -
Comes creeping in
Through the garden fence.Featured Shared Story
Giving feedback on published poems is much more fun than trying to scroll through them looking for gems like this. Well done. Love it! Great rhyming. I can picture this as a children's book...
23. Wise Words
A book is not a window
nor is it a magical key
a book’s not a path
through a mountainFeatured Shared Story
The child knows best... A book's a story waiting to be read Taking one to where their feet never tread Be it fact or fiction whatever's told It's a mystery about to unfold.
25. If I Were A Hero
Above huge hills if ever I could rise,
Beyond the gravity as Iron Man flies.
Climbing and hanging if towers I could touch,
Dashing as the Spider-Man, if fingers were such.Featured Shared Story
As a young child, I dreamt of being Superman. For me, other superhero could match him. I'm retired, but if I were still teaching, this would be an ideal fun poem with plenty to discuss in the...
Children born of fairy stock
Never need for shirt or frock,
Never want for food or fire,
Always get their heart's desire:Featured Shared Story
Very nice poem. It deals with the aspirations of children. Childhood is the stage of innocence, and the present poem describes the same. It's lyrical, rhythmic and rhymed.
As a small child I fancied to sail
By ocean to a land of fairy tales,
Camp in a field with Little Red Riding Hood.
Dazzling stars would fire at the Big Bad Wolf.
I told my mom there is a monster under my bed,
and she tells me it's all in my head.
What about the one coming through my wall?
Or the one I hear stomping down the hall?
My closet is booming, something's not right.
The moon is looming, shining real bright.
Shadows dance across the bedroom floor,
Slowly creeping towards my closet door.
38. Little Boy
Little boy, with your eyes so blue,
You see the world so shiny and new.
He hugs his mommy, leaves his daddy's knee.
Time to explore; so much to see.Featured Shared Story
I love kids, and this poem really captures their innocence and "no worries" philosophy. Nice poem and a good read. Good job.
39. Summer Fun
The children on the block
Are playing with chalk.
Bubbles are flying around,
Popping when they hit the ground.Featured Shared Story
This is the best poem because I have summer stuff planned for me and my friends and it make me excited. Thank you for the poem.
40. A Riddle
There is one that has a head without an eye,
And there's one that has an eye without a head.
You may find the answer if you try;
And when all is said,Featured Shared Story
Pins and needles Try this: The beginning of eternity, The end of time and space, The beginning of every end, And the end of every place. -The Guess Book (c. 1820)
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