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Short Kindergarten poem by Jacqueline R. Mendoza| Details | |


You women
Know how to make 
The best of what you've got in you
You do it everyday in your life

Short Kindergarten poem by Chris D. Aechtner| Details | |


Iraq is civilization's cradle -
a casket is being built
with the cradle's worn planks.

August 7th, 2014


Short Kindergarten poem by Asif Andalib| Details | |

A butterfly

A butterfly can dance
Every flower gives hint
In joyful kindergarten’s lawn.
Morning-dews now one-by-one perish
Quenching rising sun’s thirst.

Short Kindergarten poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


as the lay
there's toy at play
the say a funny faces
babies you trace
its the fear
they bring that babies near
to them its not a dream

Short Kindergarten poem by S.Jagathsimhan Nair| Details | |

Another Love-2

Another Love

You hold me in thrall
Charm me with your demeanor
And draw me to you
Like a kindergarten kid 
Is, by a wayside puddle.

For: Chris Aichtner's 'Enter the Tanka' contest

Short Kindergarten poem by karen croft| Details | |

first kiss

there is nothing like the taste of a first kiss
the sweet smell of bubble gum while still in the mouth
while hiding behind a trash dumpster in kindergarten at recess
kissing the boy of your dreams at age five

Short Kindergarten poem by Ana Espinola Collins| Details | |

Your Shadow

Your Shadow...
Is dark in colour
Like black but duller
Comes and goes
Shrinks and grows

When around
It makes no sound
And whatever you do
It follows too

So when it’s near
Have no fear
It’s always there
Cause you’re a pair

by Ana Espinola Collins

Short Kindergarten poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

The Raghead Nazi Limerick

Raghead Nazis are really not all that bad.
They treat womenfolk like worthless crap and that is very sad.
They like to stick dynamite up their own asses
In order to blow up kindergarten classes.
Then again, maybe the dirty stinking rats are indeed all that bad.

Short Kindergarten poem by Joyce Johnson| Details | |

NR Little Nan

Little Nan in kindergarten
Has learned to say, “I beg your pardon”,
“Excuse me”, “thank you” and “if you please”,
And other phrases such as these.
When home she hugs her little brother
And is a helper for her mother.
She is so sweet that it is cloying
And others find her quite annoying.

Short Kindergarten poem by brandy wassam| Details | |

the bear

there once was a bear
who lived in belair 
he owned a red hen
who made eggs for his kin
then one time like most bears do
the bear got hungery 
and ate the red hen 
and her last eggs of ten
with a gulp and a swallow 
down went the hen 
but wait..
now there was no hen to lay eggs for his kin.

Short Kindergarten poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details | |

My Very First Poem

Moe and Joe had a toe.
It went too slow so they called Bozo.
Bozo came and made a flame but they couldn't blame the sugar cane.
So Moe and Joe got a new toe and it didn't go slow so they were full of snow.

I wrote the above when I was in kindergarten.
Well, my mother wrote it for me because I couldn't read or write at the time.

Short Kindergarten poem by Cona Adams| Details | |

Black Eyes

Off to Kindergarten,
second week of school.

An excited voice
from the back seat,
"Oh, how beautiful, 
I see black eyes!"

"What?" I ask, puzzled.
"I saw black eyes," 
she repeats.

I'm wondering 
what kind of animal
she has spotted. 

Then I spot them,
Black-Eyed Susans,
blooming beside the road. 

Like her grandmother,
she loves flowers.

Short Kindergarten poem by Bambi Graf-Burnham| Details | |

A view of man

A man impatient on the corner
Waiting for the light to say walk
As cars drive by splashing mud
Oblivious to anything going on
A truck pulls too far into the intersection
And a car has to screech to a halt
The driver swearing out of his window
Then continues on his way
Rain sprinkles gently down on all the world 
Softly saying GOD BLESS YOU
But no one listens....

Short Kindergarten poem by Sidney Beck| Details | |



I love their cute,  fresh, open minds
But teaching  comes in different kinds
One day  I succeed in  planned  teacher-telling
The way to do things properly 
Next day  I  fail like a drunk in charge of a watermelon
Kids are like balls of mercury
Their containment is in serious  doubt
Exhaust me like a lemon at maximum squeeze-out.

Short Kindergarten poem by michelle phillips| Details | |

My mom

 Walked to school on that very first day of kindergarten. Helped me plant my first seed in my 
own special garden. Helped me up when I was down, turned my frown upside down. Healed 
my aching heart when it was broken and bruised, was always there when i was so confused. 
She always had a love for me that no one could ever measure, my mom was and always will 
be my greatest treasure.

Short Kindergarten poem by Ashley Smith| Details | |


Words can not explain
What I wish I could say
We've been together since Kindergarten 
And seen each other every day

From Barbie Dolls and secret clubs
To gossip and boyfriends
I can't believe our time here's through
And the "real world" soon begins

You're my best friend, hands down
But the good times aren't in the past
Cuz we'll be together next year
College life will be a Blast!

Short Kindergarten poem by Kevin Croft| Details | |

it goes fast

Can i pay for a second?

To talk for a minute.

Can we escape for an hour?

Wake up the next day.

I'll call you next week.

We'll fix the patio this month.

Married this year.

He's in kindergarten at 5.

On the porch coffee and cigarettes.

We have been riding the decades.

70 smiling no reason for hiding.

At a gravestone confiding

Thank you for that second.

You gave me life undying.

Short Kindergarten poem by Misty Lackey| Details | |

ABC Language

Playing mind games
with my mind.
Wet puzzles glued
with Frankenstein's
Rustled paper.
Kindergarten hands.
Round crisp newspaper
faces that look familiar
to me.
Painted bowls.
Rose's stems.
12th grade rulers.

Now I long for
those school year

Plastic glue carved
around the art teacher's
head a masterpiece.
Erasers for our tongue
and we learned how to
speak ABC language.

Short Kindergarten poem by Chittaranjan Dey | Details | |

Lessons of love

To love you is like Learning in the kindergarten, Honor your teacher with All the heart and soul. To love you is like To learn the song, To sing as you want With your tone & bass. But I have learned not to Worry and walk with you, I have learned not to Ask you any question. May be it's astonishing To a man in this world, Give you endless support But this is our fate. Because a girls heart Is the most precious thing All over in the world, I have learned this too.

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