Poetry Forum Areas

Introduce Yourself

New to PoetrySoup? Introduce yourself here. Tell us something about yourself.

Looking for a Poem

Can't find a poem you've read before? Looking for a poem for a special person or an occasion? Ask other member for help.

Writing Poetry

Ways to improve your poetry. Post your techniques, tips, and creative ideas how to write better.

High Critique

For poets who want unrestricted constructive criticism. This is NOT a vanity workshop. If you do not want your poem seriously critiqued, do not post here. Constructive criticism only. PLEASE Only Post One Poem a Day!!!

How do I...?

Ask PoetrySoup Members how to do something or find something on PoetrySoup.



You have an ad blocker! We understand, but...

PoetrySoup is a very small privately owned website. Our primary means of support comes from revenue generated by advertising.
We want to keep PoetrySoup alive, make it better, and keep PoetrySoup free. Please support us by disabling your ad blocker for PoetrySoup only, while keeping your ad blocker active. How to do it. Thank you!

Short Kindergarten Poems

Short Kindergarten Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Kindergarten by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Kindergarten by length and keyword.


Poems are below...


Minimum Length:  Maximum Length:  Sort Order:
One Keyword (like pickle):   

Short Poem Results

Short Kindergarten poem by Jacqueline R. Mendoza| Details |

Women

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

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza | Year Posted 2013

Short Kindergarten poem by robert johnson| Details |

Hoopdie Diddle Didy De

Hoopdie diddle didy de. 
Grab your fiddle and follow me.
Play a diddy for the crowd.
Play it pretty and play it loud.

Copyright © robert johnson | Year Posted 2015

Short Kindergarten poem by Zoe Isaacson| Details |

Tying my shoe

What do I do What do I do
What do I do to tie my shoe
Cross it over pull it tight
Loop it together well, I think that's right

Copyright © Zoe Isaacson | Year Posted 2013

Short Kindergarten poem by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER| Details |

MY BABY STROLLING ON MONDAY

There goes my baby
Strolling the long way home
Light of my life song


Shedding Sunday now
Kicking remnants down the slop
Waiting for Monday

Copyright © VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER | Year Posted 2017

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

BABIES AND HOLLOWEEN

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
its
BABIES AND HOLLOWEEN

Copyright © kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr | Year Posted 2014

Short Kindergarten poem by Cindy Lu| Details |

A Tree

A tree grows from the ground up
Grows tall with a little luck

It leans on the sunshine,
and soaks up the rain

It sheds its clothes,
then dresses for the Spring!

Copyright © Cindy Lu | Year Posted 2013

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





Copyright © S.Jagathsimhan Nair | Year Posted 2012

Short Kindergarten poem by Julia Ward| Details |

Kindergarten News

Telegraph said -
See every single outfit
Of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Am I alone in thinking
This does not pass for news?

Every single... no, we mustn't miss it.
Every single outfit we must see.

Copyright © Julia Ward | Year Posted 2015

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

Copyright © karen croft | Year Posted 2012

Short Kindergarten poem by Neha batra| Details |

Fruits Colours

An apple is Red,
I like eating bread,
Banana is yellow,
I am jolly fellow,
Pear is green,
I am neat and clean,
Coconut is brown,
I am little clown,
All fruits are nice,
They make us healthy and wise!!

Copyright © Neha batra | Year Posted 2016

Short Kindergarten poem by Neha batra| Details |

Rain

Rain is here, water everywhere,
Rainbow is seen up in the sky, 
I wish i could fly so high.
Eat hot things to keep tummy fill,
Do not get wet else you fall ill 
Make paper boat, in the rain it float,
Have fun in the rain,ignore all pain!!

Copyright © Neha batra | Year Posted 2016

Short Kindergarten poem by romeo naces| Details |

marble marvel

Back when I was four or five,
unspeakable was my joy:
admiring rainbowed prisms
in my marble, my treasured toy.

Only in the grownups' world
was a crumpled dollar bill
more treasured than my marble
there glistening on the window sill.

Copyright © romeo naces | Year Posted 2017

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

Copyright © Ana Espinola Collins | Year Posted 2014

Short Kindergarten poem by Robert Broadbent| Details |

You're good, you're bad

You’re good, you’re bad

You do, you don’t,
You will, you won’t,
You haven’t, you have,
You give, you grab,
You smile, you cringe,
You laugh, you whinge,
You stop, you go,
You hold, you throw,
You do, you don’t,
Do what you’re told,
Indecisive two year old!

Copyright © Robert Broadbent | Year Posted 2015

Short Kindergarten poem by Reason A. Poteet| Details |

Mother's Day Hero

series haiku

crooked paper heart
fold is on the wrong side
the right side

gripping the crayon
YOU ARE THE BEST, he labors
tongue between his teeth
	
can't wait till Sunday
opening his backpack -
his heart is broken

Mom to the rescue
his hero saves the day
Elmer's glue and hugs

Copyright © Reason A. Poteet | Year Posted 2013

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.

Copyright © brandy wassam | Year Posted 2014

Short Kindergarten poem by Patricia Lawton| Details |

n,w

Noisy Workmen.

Bang,bang,bang,plop,plop,plop.
Will these noises never stop?
Clang,clang,clang,click,click,click.
Noise will cease in just a tick.

Thump, thump,thump, thud,thud,thud.
There it's fixed, should last for good.
Please take care tell girls and boys
or we'll be back to make more noise.

Copyright © Patricia Lawton | Year Posted 2016

Short Kindergarten poem by Duke Beaufort| Details |

life with Trump X

Who tweets toxic thoughts like a pump
And has shown that we are his sump?
The zone he has sewn
This chump dump he must own
Ain't Earth—it’s his clone—planet "Trump!"


Author's Note: What are they teaching at the planetarium (otherwise known as the kindergarten)?  Mercury, Venus, Trump, Mars, Jupiter....

Copyright © Duke Beaufort | Year Posted 2016

Short Kindergarten poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

Lock Down

The bogey man is here
Uncle Gunnysack
No longer hiding in English peat bogs
The Bag Man who carries a bag and kidnaps those who don't behave

Do you hear him knocking
Why don’t you want to go to bed
He will take you away if you wont obey your parents
He will pull you up into tiny holes in the ceiling

A siren will sound when all is safe

Copyright © Nigel Fox | Year Posted 2013

Short Kindergarten poem by Jacqueline R. Mendoza| Details |

7 Ways to fight the Flu


1. Get your flu shot every year
• Flu is serious
• The flu shot is your best protection
• This year’s shot targets this year’s viruses
 
2. Wash your hands
 
3. Stop smoking
 
4. Avoid touching your face
 
5. Eat your fruits and veggies
 
6. Sneeze and cough into the bend of your arm
 
7. Stay home if you’re sick
 
09172015

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza | Year Posted 2015

Short Kindergarten poem by May Fenn| Details |

Mystery Solved




 
 I saw a little button,
 It was lying on the floor,
 I wondered who had lost it
 And looked around for more.
 It hadn’t come from Donna
 Or from Stuart’s nice new shirt,
 And it wasn’t Kelly’s button
 That was lying in the dirt.
 I couldn’t find who lost it
 I had a worried frown.
 But now I know the answer,
 My trousers just fell down.

Copyright © May Fenn | Year Posted 2015

Short Kindergarten poem by James Howard| Details |

Unsure

     Never follow, never lead
Feels like suffocation
Until I breathe
Some things as sweet, as a bitter pill
Regrets are common,
Or against your will
Does the heart cry 
As the soul does rejoice
Are we involuntarily beings
Without a choice
Can we ever find comfort in failure
Or sorrow in success 
Maybe go to the mountains
Write poetry to relieve stress...

Copyright © James Howard | Year Posted 2017

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....

Copyright © Bambi Graf-Burnham | Year Posted 2014

Short Kindergarten poem by Sidney Beck| Details |

TIRED KINDERGARTEN TEACHER

TIRED     KINDERGARTEN     TEACHER 


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.

Copyright © Sidney Beck | Year Posted 2010

Short Kindergarten poem by Amber Melhuish| Details |

Kids Like Funny Presents

Hey Mummy, hey daddy
Guess what I got today.
A headful of headaches
Are coming your way

My best friend at kindy
She gave me a gift
Lots of them, actually
They move and they shift

They are really athletic
They jump really high
They come and they stay
No need to say bye

They make me dance
My best friend is so nice
I couldn't wait to tell you
That she gave me lice!

Copyright © Amber Melhuish | Year Posted 2015