childrens poetry

Nostalgia-inducing poetry inspired by our earliest favorites; from Dr. Seuss to Mother Goose, children’s poetry is all grown up.

  • Paul Crocker
    Published 2 years ago
    Twas Not I

    Twas Not I

  • Jess Kerridge
    Published 2 years ago
    An Account of Ebenezer Scrooge
  • H.L. Dowless
    Published 2 years ago
    When I Sit Down To Eat

    When I Sit Down To Eat

    When I sit down to eat,
  • H.L. Dowless
    Published 2 years ago
    The Sound of Christmas Bells

    The Sound of Christmas Bells

    I hear the ringing of Christmas bells
  • H.L. Dowless
    Published 2 years ago
    Let's All Go to the Moon!

    Let's All Go to the Moon!

    We once sang a sweet song
  • Paul Crocker
    Published 2 years ago
    Precious Ink

    Precious Ink

    A tree might just seem like a bit of wood.
  • Rae Elliott
    Published 2 years ago
    Hurry Up and Make a Wish

    Hurry Up and Make a Wish

    Hurry up and make a wish, the night is full of stars.
  • Paul Crocker
    Published 2 years ago
    A Poet's Best Friend

    A Poet's Best Friend

    I love writing as much as the next scribe. There is something about it that gives you a great vibe. If I didn't have my pen, I couldn't create my art. Unless I used the ink provided by my heart. Because it is a poets best friend, this faithful pen. Words are my weapon and I can nuke your mind. There are no hidden agendas for you to find. I hold a small tube filled with dreams. It's up to me if you laugh or scream. Because it's a poets best friend, this tool of men. I'll write, scribble and jot it on the page. Perhaps the words of a child or maybe one of a sage. However I do it, I do it with care. As long as I have my best friend there.
  • Paul Crocker
    Published 2 years ago
    Clockwork Man

    Clockwork Man

    There's a man sat upon a counter, staring into space.
  • Geraldine Taylor
    Published 2 years ago
    That of Pearls, That of Wisdom

    That of Pearls, That of Wisdom

    Peace be still, strike thy pose