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A Few Pumpkin Poems For Kids

Updated on April 28, 2011

MY JACK-O-LANTERN


First I picked a pumpkin,

Round and solid gold,

Then I cut the top off

And the seeds I did unmold.


Next I made two little eyes

That twinkled in the night,

And then I cut a funny nose...

It must be placed just right.


Now he gets a happy mouth

And teeth that laugh with glee,

Then a candle went inside

And my jack-o-lantern smiled at me!

Ruth H. Underhill



The Wise Little Pumpkin


Oh, funny little pumpkin face

With laughing mouth and laughing eyes,

Aren't you a wee bit frightened

When witches fly the midnight skies?


And what about the goblins

And ghosts that are about?

Aren't you scared just a little,

When the screeching cats come out?


Perhaps you know a secret

You'd share with everyone,

That all the pranks and witchcraft

Are really just for fun.

Becky Jennings



Pumpkin Delicious


Pumpkin pie,

Pumpkin soup,

Pumpkin squash

Didda - dee - goop.


Pumpkin cookies,

Pumpkin bread,

Pumpkin seeds

Oh,

my pumpkin head!


Pumpkin Torte,

Pumpkin Risotto,

Pumpkin bars,

Oh,

I think I'm seeing stars!


Pumpkin pancakes,

Pumpkin cheesecake,

Pumpkin chicken.

It's great being a pumpkin.

The treats I can make are finger lickin'!

D. Alsup




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