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Poetry for children: Our large assortment of poems for kids include evergreen classics as well as new poems on a variety of themes. You will find original juvenile poetry about trees, animals, parties, school, friendship and many more subjects. We have short poems, long poems, funny poems, inspirational poems, poems about environment, poems you can recite


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Haroo, the Croc

Haroo, the Croc

Here’s a lazy crocodile Snoozing on the bank He is quick at catching prey So do keep off his tank! His skin is rough, his teeth so sharp And he is moody too So don’t annoy or throw him stones

Don't Throw the Seeds Away...

Don't Throw the Seeds Away...

It makes you healthy, It gives you energy, An apple or a guava An orange or a papaya Eat a fruit everyday But don’t throw the seeds away. Here’s a simple thing you can do

The Potter

The Potter

The summer sun smiles a scorching smile The smile sends shivers through the stoutest hearts A summer smile is reason to sweat But the potter’s back with his cool lifeline! Earthen pots of every size

The Jungle

The Jungle

Far away in the jungles where the green grass grows, lived families of mynas their nest in rows. They were friends and foes who played and fought for fun. But when it came to the enemy

Sparrows

Sparrows

Sparrows [Illustration by Sudheer Nath] Sparrows on the mango tree Sparrows on the grass Sparrows on the windowsill And on my looking glass! Sparrows on the gravel path And on the garden chair

The Fleeting Deer

The Fleeting Deer

The deer runs fast With nimble feet By lucky chance You may just meet! Sweet deer, do pause Beneath the tree- Won’t you please Make friends with me? The Fleeting Deer [Illustration by Anup Singh]

Five Little Chickens

Said the first little chicken, With a queer little squirm, “Oh, I wish I could find A fat little worm!” Said the next little chicken, With an odd little shrug, “Oh, I wish I could find

Count that Day Lost

Count that Day Lost

If you sit down at set of sun And count the acts that you have done, And, counting, find One self-denying deed, one word That eased the heart of him who heard, One glance most kind

The Pigeon Party

The Pigeon Party

Twenty noisy pigeons Had a party last night Noisy Pigeon Party [Illustration by Shinod AP] The last egg Had hatched The youngest one Was OUT! The last egg had hatched [Illustration by Shinod AP] They rocked on

Sunflowers

Sunflowers

Sunflower, sunflower, I love you You look so gay and bright Sunflower, sunflower, I love you You make me think of light When I see your cheerful face I want to dance and sing Sunflower, sunflower I love you

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