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Kid Poems | Examples of Kid Poetry

Kid Poems - Examples of all types of kid poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for kid.

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Halloween
Pumpkins, witches, spiders, and more Children with costumes, knocking at your door Trick or treat is what they say On this Hallo-weeny day Princesses, Jason, Freddy Kruger & the Clowns Many costumes all around the town House to a house, store...Read More
Categories: fun, kid, scary,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member It Was a Good Morning until
My body tenses. The soft padding of footy pajamas approach tiny fingers grip my eyelid lift it.... Bright eyes gaze into the freshly opened eye. A voice shouts....DA!!! The other eye opens. Yes I'm in here. ...Read More
Categories: dad, fun, kid,
Form: Free verse
What is Love, in the eyes of six years old child
A kiss from my mom each night on my forehead, A smile and a hug when I fall, from my dad, Forgiveness from my brother when I play with his toy-car, or from my sister when I eat...Read More
Categories: kid, 3rd grade, cute love,
Form: Rhyme
The Nagging Menace
There once lived a boy named Dennis Who was a nagging menace He gathered all the balls That flew over walls Then threw them at players of tennis! ...Read More
Categories: boy, funny, humor, kid,
Form: Limerick
NAMING BABY
The name of a baby is an important decision Easy to pronounce or a lifetime of derision ? Let us take for example Mr and Mrs Power Decided the name of their son in about a...Read More
Categories: kid,
Form: Rhyme



Sweet And Sour
[Postscript: Ah, the vagaries of English. In England, your bum is your bottom... not the scruffy bloke who lives in your shed!] I got up and Daddy said Good morning Sonny Sit down for breakfast, we’ve got...Read More
Categories: food, humorous, kid,
Form: Rhyme
I Made a New Friend Today
Can you honestly say I made a new friend today And if you can't say you did ~ Can't an adult pretend to be a kid...Read More
Categories: friend, imagination, kid,
Form: Couplet
A Wayward Lad
A wayward lad, Jed's fate to be Spots trouble with cold-blooded eye For right from wrong he does not see It's funny you should ask me why... Jed's parents of a pedigree They bought their son the finest things Two doctors...Read More
Categories: growing up, kid, parents,
Form: Sonnet
Un-eclectic Preference
How would you like to be named 'Scratchy?' ~ Well, I'd prefer it to 'Latch-key'...Read More
Categories: giggle, identity, kid,
Form: Crystalline
Premium Member Our Silly Kids
Let me tell you about our kids We never know quite what they'll do But they sure are a silly pair The girl is four, the boy but two The four year old is quite healthy Without even an ounce...Read More
Categories: family, humor, kid,
Form: Quatrain
I Dream of an Ice Cream Castle
Ice Cream is sweet Ice Cream is mushy Ice Cream is a real special treat I wish I could have an ice cream Every day, every meal, and every week If i was to build a castle...Read More
Categories: kid, 3rd grade, cheer up,
Form: Rhyme
Childhood Courtesy
Held thy hand of an elder Whom ye passed by, and Bring it towards your forehead; An apropos of respect! Never questioned thy face, Never answered thy light Esteem them as your highnesses; A gracious child....Read More
Categories: kid, child, childhood, culture, family,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Climbing trees in the breeze, ...Read More
Categories: kid, day, dog, friend, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Price Of War
The Price Of War. . This little mite of tender years Didn’t ask to be born Have her world destroyed around her Her mind bruised Her heart ripped and torn . All she wanted was her cuddle bunny And her comfy bed Her Ma and...Read More
Categories: absence, angst, anxiety, kid,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Early Poems I
Juvenilia: Early Poems by Michael R. Burch Smoke by Michael R. Burch The hazy, smoke-filled skies of summer I remember well; farewell was on my mind, and the thoughts that I can't tell rang bells within (the din was in)...Read More
Categories: kid, poetry, poets, teen,
Form: Rhyme

Specific Types of Kid Poems

Definition | What is Kid in Poetry?