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by Shaara
Rated: E · Folder · Children's · #755107
Come and see how the world looks when eyes are new.
A girl riding through the stars on her unicorn.


This folder is for children.

Welcome to my selection of children's poems:

Where poetry makes you laugh and see things differently,

Where poetry makes you feel good about being alive,

Where poetry is just plain fun!


This is an illustration for a fish story
    Rated: E · Other · #791602
    This is a children's poem about the fun of the Hannukkah dreidel.
    Rated: E · Relationship · #596391
    My first kisser missed...
    Rated: E · Children's · #853785
    My father tells me stories of the angels who cause the storms . . .
    Rated: E · Animal · #849103
    A child compares the giraffe's life at school with his own.
    Rated: E · Animal · #844152
    A small girl meets a bear in the woods.
    Rated: E · Children's · #653705
    A children's tanka
    Rated: E · Animal · #659601
    The fish tank was boring until the dentures came into play...
    Rated: E · Children's · #841103
    A young girl writes of her best boyfriend.
    Rated: E · Animal · #656485
    Ducks have interesting things to say...I think.
    Rated: E · Animal · #656471
    The cow is such a dull animal. He never does much that is exciting.
    Rated: E · Writing · #691354
    A child learns about writing poems...
    Rated: E · History · #661403
    Abe Lincoln decides to visit the future so he can drive a car...
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #1633688
    A child's toys become alive . . .
    Rated: E · Children's · #1076420
    A boy talks about his life through the use of the Triad Poetry Format
    Rated: E · Children's · #1070347
    A young boy writes a poem for his sick brother.
    Rated: E · Sci-fi · #1008213
    A child looks out at the universe . . .
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #956650
    This is the humorous tale of a teen's drive to the beach.
    Rated: E · Children's · #871506
    Our superhero was taken away...
    Rated: E · Children's · #843918
    This is a poem about relationships, families, and parenting.
    Rated: E · Children's · #840254
    This is a children's poem about the joys of eating a child's favorite fruit.
    Rated: E · Children's · #839808
    On a planet far away, kids don't have to do chores or practice multiplication tables.
    Rated: E · Scientific · #839558
    This poem is about books genres. This particular child prefers sci/fi and fantasy.
    Rated: E · Children's · #839555
    This is the confusing set of instructions that her dear grandma left her with.
    Rated: E · Animal · #830367
    This is a poem about a flea who resides on a labrador dog named Rover.
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #827884
    This is a poem about what teeth must think when we brush them.
    Rated: E · Children's · #827743
    This is a poem about daffodils.
    Rated: E · Children's · #827010
    The little snowflake played with the wind, and now he is no more.
    Rated: E · Children's · #813825
    The shark came out of the red, and he chased the little fish all around.
    Rated: E · History · #810003
    This is my opinion of George Washington.
    Rated: E · Children's · #799985
    A hungry child romps humorously through the Solar System.
    Rated: E · Comedy · #799980
    A child ponders the advantages and disadvantages of growing his own coat.
    Rated: E · Comedy · #799911
    An alien in a prickly spot.
    Rated: E · Children's · #784031
    This is a children's poem about mailmen.
    Rated: E · Children's · #776183
    A girl imagines being different people in the realm of fantasy.
    Rated: E · Children's · #774065
    A girl believes that her mother will be angry with her and fears to go home.
    Rated: E · Children's · #771423
    I have one chocolate candy bar and thirteen children. How do I split it?
    Rated: E · Children's · #759849
    This is a silly rhyme about a camping trip where three bears visited.
    Rated: E · Animal · #755923
    A dodoitsu poem about the prowling tiger who brings us fear and respect.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #755497
    A teen relates her experiences with her mother's shopping trips.
    Rated: E · Animal · #754374
    The Nile Crocodiles are ferocious beasts, but they are very grand.
    Rated: E · Animal · #754320
    If I went to Africa, I'd be afraid of some of the animals, but not of the kids.
    Rated: E · Teen · #747327
    What if you were minding your own business and an alien dropped in for directions?
    Rated: E · Children's · #747274
    I wonder what my dryer thinks and what he'd say if he could talk to me.
    Rated: E · Children's · #747228
    What if an alien came into your room and stole your sock!
    Rated: E · Children's · #741463
    Would you want to visit Jupiter? I think not!
    Rated: E · Children's · #737806
    My brother likes to act real big, but it was me who saved the day!
    Rated: E · Teen · #722674
    The goals you set build the archway to tomorrow.
    Rated: E · Animal · #719331
    An older brother takes his much younger sibling to the zoo.
    Rated: E · Children's · #719184
    What if a yo-yo could speak? An acrostic poem about yo-yo's.
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #712508
    The shoes keep getting a child in trouble with the messes they leave.
    Rated: E · Foreign · #709433
    An Anacrostic in Spanish
    Rated: E · Children's · #706072
    A young girl talks about her family's summer using the Naga Uta as her vehicle.
    Rated: E · Children's · #687355
    One day a careless boy flew where he didn't want to fly.
    Rated: E · Children's · #687183
    He wasn't looking when it caught him up and whirled him into the air...
    Rated: E · Community · #669053
    Come see the parade...
    Rated: E · Fantasy · #652559
    What would I be if I could choose?
    Rated: E · Family · #632218
    Let this song bring you a smile: a happy face smile . . .
    Rated: E · Sci-fi · #623253
    What would I tell an alien about Earth? What would I share?
    Rated: E · Adult · #583626
    Should I be truthful or nice?
    Rated: E · Children's · #574420
    Want to teach children and teens how to recycle? Sing/chant the Pollution Rap.
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