A Few Pumpkin Poems for Kids
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.
Didda - dee - goop.
my pumpkin head!
I think I'm seeing stars!
It's great being a pumpkin.
The treats I can make are finger lickin'!
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