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Jack Prelutsky Short Poems

Famous Short Jack Prelutsky Poems. Short poetry by famous poet Jack Prelutsky. A collection of the all-time best Jack Prelutsky short poems


by Jack Prelutsky
 As soon as Fred gets out of bed,
his underwear goes on his head.
His mother laughs, "Don't put it there, a head's no place for underwear!" But near his ears, above his brains, is where Fred's underwear remains.
At night when Fred goes back to bed, he deftly plucks it off his head.
His mother switches off the light and softly croons, "Good night! Good night!" And then, for reasons no one knows, Fred's underwear goes on his toes.



by Jack Prelutsky
 "My stomach's full of butterflies!"
lamented Dora Diller.
Her mother sighed.
"That's no surprise, you ate a caterpillar!"

by Jack Prelutsky
 I am Super Samson Simpson,
I'm superlatively strong,
I like to carry elephants,
I do it all day long,
I pick up half a dozen
and hoist them in the air,
it's really somewhat simple,
for I have strength to spare.
My muscles are enormous, they bulge from top to toe, and when I carry elephants, they ripple to and fro, but I am not the strongest in the Simpson family, for when I carry elephants, my grandma carries me.


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