Here you can find a few poems for children – limericks and acrostics.
A Horse From Great Britain:
A horse from Great Britain did eat,
He found a fresh piece of red meat,
He waited till May,
And threw it away,
And shortly did munch on his wheat.
A Horse and a Zebra:
A horse and a zebra did eat,They found a big treat that was sweet,
It was a big apple,
But it took a topple,
And fell in a flash to their feet.
The Candy Volcano:
A volcano in Texas does stand,
It lives on its very own land,
It was made of candy,
That was indeed dandy,
And erupted some milk on the sand.
The Cat’s Lost Prize:
There was in New England a cat,That one day did catch a big rat,
But then it just was,
That he had a loss,
And the thief was a big blue fruit bat.
A Shark’s Otter:
A shark from the sea had an otter,He made it go find a blue potter,
But when it did fail,
He made a blue pail,
And sent him away very bitter.
Enormous big ears for it,
Large, living creatures so big,
Endangered but so very fantastic,
Playful, peppy calves romping ’round,
Hardy and happy herds livin’ content,
Attractive to me and very attentive,
Naughty noses knockin’ down trees,
Tough and terrific at gettin’ shrubs.
Delicious and satisfactory,
So scrumptious and good,
Sweet as some candy,
Tasty as juice.
Happy as can be,
On grass does it live,
Remarkable and striking,
So graceful it is,
Elegant and beautiful.
Playful and talkative,
Acrobatic and squawkers,
Over trees can they fly,
Not urban by any chance,
Animals absolutely everywhere,
Trees surrounding the place,
Undergrowth here and there,
Real wildlife roaming free,
Extreme landscapes and habitats.
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