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  1. 61. It's A Special Day

    • By Andee Siepman
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2008

    This poem was written by an eight-year-old girl for her friend's birthday card!

    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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  2. 62. Christmas Eve

    • By Emily
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2010

    I have always liked writing stories and poems. I like to write poems best, though. I was thinking about Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem when I wrote this one, but I didn't copy anything.

    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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  3. 63. A Cardboard Box

    • By Nancy Adair
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2017

    I wrote this poem during a time in my life in which I had a daycare in my home. I was moving into a larger home and as I watched the children help me and play inside the boxes, I was reminded of the simple pleasures children enjoy, like being inside a cardboard box.

    A cardboard box laid on its side.
    Its top was open, its flaps were wide.
    It called out for adventure, it called out for fun.
    Oh, won't someone play with this one?

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  4. 64. Wake Up

    • By Meena
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems August 2019

    This is a limerick about how carefree a child can be. Selecting a cookie from the cookie jar is the most important task of the day. How fun childhood can be!

    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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    WOW!!!! Very, very, very good. Simple but good.

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  5. 65. Dad's Day

    • By Phil Huffy
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2018

    Kids always want to know about their own parents' childhoods.

    If Dad could be a kid again
    for just an hour or so,
    I'll bet we'd have a lot of fun.
    Now here's how things might go-

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