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  1. The Boy Who Didn't Like Ice Cream

    • By Rebecca Syx
    • Published: October 2015
    Funny Poem About Trying New Foods

    A boy who didn't like ice cream?
    That almost seems like a crime!
    This is the story of Logan
    And about trying foods more than one time.

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    • Rating 3.92
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    I love this poem! I think this is so true- my niece used to hate broccoli, then tried it again and liked it. If you don't think you like something, try it again anyway: you might find your...

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  3. Little Boy Blue

    • By Emmanuel Perez
    • Published: May 2014
    Funny Poem About Sneezing During A Read Aloud

    Please cover your nose.
    You sneezed on Miss Muffet
    and ruined her clothes.
    You sprayed Mother Hubbard

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    • Rating 3.91
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  4. Grandad Can't See His Feet

    Funny Poem About Grandad Getting Fat

    Granddad's got new glasses,
    But he still can't see his feet.
    No, his eyes are not the problem.
    It's the amount of food he eats.

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    • Rating 4.35
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    Grandma may be splittin hairs
    to call Grandpa rotund,
    but I believe she's got it right
    as he weighs in at a quarter ton!

    And just between you and me
    and the lamppost on the...

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  6. Yucky Chucky Tucker

    Yucky Chucky Tucker was smelly as can be,
    he never took a bath and hardly ever brushed his teeth.
    Everywhere he went he left an odor in the air,
    and Yucky Chucky Tucker never combed his hair.

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    • Rating 3.92
  7. A Noble Quest

    Garden Through A Child's Eyes

    You go to your back garden, as you want something to do,
    And a world of wild adventure is staring back at you.
    It's not a place that mum and dad know sits behind your home,
    But you see things they can't see if you're prepared to comb.

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    • Rating 3.90
  8. A Day Out To Remember

    Fun Poem For Kids About A Trip To The Zoo

    Today we're going to the zoo.
    I'm psyched, I'm zinged, I'm Scooby Doo.
    My shoes are on, my scarf, my hat.
    I'm bouncing like an acrobat.

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    • Rating 3.85
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  10. The Owl And The Pussy-Cat

    The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea
    In a beautiful pea-green boat,
    They took some honey, and plenty of money,
    Wrapped up in a five-pound note.

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    • Rating 3.85
  11. The Centipede

    I'm glad I'm not a real boy
    With proper feet like you.
    Imagine if I had to put
    A foot in every shoe.

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    • Rating 3.73
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    Children's world is innocent, pure and beautiful. It is full of imagination. The adults who can identify with children and look at the world through their eyes make the world beautiful and...

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  12. Who Nose?

    A Funny Poem About Noses

    Some are as long as hoses
    You buy at a garden store.
    Mine can be used to smell roses
    From a couple of miles or more.

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  13. Reflection

    A Child's Game On Washing Dishes

    I’ve heard mum say, and often too,
    That washing up’s a bore.
    Why she’d often give me tuppence
    Just to do that dreadful chore.

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    We had a large garden around our house. In the morning we found it covered with leaves. We children were taught by our mothers and aunts to sweep it drawing designs with ekel brooms. We...

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