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  1. Little Boy

    A Child Exploring The World

    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.

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    I love kids, and this poem really captures their innocence and "no worries" philosophy. Nice poem and a good read. Good job.

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  3. Pumpkin, Oh Pumpkin

    • By Christopher R. Riddels
    • Published: October 24, 2019
    Kids And Pumpkins

    Pumpkin, oh Pumpkin,
    Your candle light's bright.
    Pumpkin, oh Pumpkin,
    You shine bright through the night.

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  4. Summer Fun

    School's Out For Summer

    The children on the block
    Are playing with chalk.
    Bubbles are flying around,
    Popping when they hit the ground.

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    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.

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  6. Support Imagination

    • By Sharon J Spivak
    • Published: August 14, 2019
    ABC Poem About Children's Imagination

    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.

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  7. Magical Wishes

    If I were a magician with dancing eyes,
    I’d grant all your wishes for a smile.
    Sunny skies full of waltzing butterflies,
    New friends to share your toys (for a while).

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  8. Good Dreams

    • By Olga Matushkina
    • Published: October 2011

    Knock, knock! Hush, hush.
    Good dreams quietly march.
    Like the fairies, they bring stories and tales,
    And they sing their song: "Bala-boo, bala-bash."

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    When and why have you written this poem? Is there some kind of special meaning?

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  10. Reminiscence

    • By Beverly Anne G. Castro
    • Published: August 20, 2019
    Acrostic Poem About Summer Memories

    sumMer came
    flowErs bloomed
    playMates giggled
    bOnfires lit

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  11. Christmas Eve

    • By Emily
    • Published: December 2010
    Young Child Meets St. Nick

    It was the night before Christmas and all were asleep.
    No one made a noise, not even a peep.
    The little tikes slept, all tucked in their beds
    With pictures of St. Nick whirling about in their heads.

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  12. It's A Special Day

    • By Andee Siepman
    • Published: March 2008
    Short Birthday Poem For Child

    Hurry, it's a special day.
    Giddy up and play all day.
    Eating ice cream and chocolate cake.
    It's your birthday, let's celebrate!

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    A few words, painless and short,
    It's your birthday, be a sport,
    At your age, you look great,
    Have you been, lifting weight?
    With your health, and all the best,
    Joy and laughter, I...

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  13. Wake Up

    Limerick About Having Fun As A Child

    Time to wake up my sweet little one.
    It is time for you to see the rising sun.
    Stay awake, my superstar.
    Mum's left open the cookie jar.

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