Category Archives: Poetry for Children

Brian The Lion

Brian the Lion Was sighin’ and cryin’, Brian the Lion Was sad; He chewed up a shoe With a toe sticking through And it tickled his tummy Like mad! Brian the Lion Was moaning and groaning, Brian the Lion Was … Continue reading

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Will You Go Hugo?

Will you go Hugo a-marching with me? Will you go Hugo way down to the sea? Over the hills we’ll go into the sun (Shining on flowers and kissing each one). Into the wind we’ll go singing so fair, Skipping … Continue reading

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A is A

Square block on block Stands tall, won’t fall; Round ball on ball Won’t stand at all. Round ball rolls, Or bounces by, Or up into my cup so high. Square block stops, And stops, And stops. The ball was rolling … Continue reading

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Sibs

I am the brother of her And she is the sister of me; Whenever we confer We talk slowly. We talk so-o s-slow Words b-arely g-o. We can-not e-ven hear them s-t-o . And yet we do concur That she … Continue reading

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Alaska

To Alaska? I do ask ya, To Alaska do you go? I will pass you in Alaska If you haven’t shoes for snow. I will pass you, say “Alas! you Will never make it through.” Better ask you in Alaska … Continue reading

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The Kitty

The kitty is pretty and soft; He’s sitting and licking his paws. And now, without making a sound, He’s walking around and around. He jumps like fluff on the chair, And now he is walking up there; Circling around and … Continue reading

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Knock-Knock

One knock-knock, Two knock-knock, Three knock-knock, Four; Who’s knock knock knocking At my castle door? One step-step, Two step-step, Three step-step, Four; Who’s step step stepping On my castle floor? One good night, Two good nights, Three good nights, Four; … Continue reading

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