(5/8/2012 2:47:00 AM)
Hello dear poets! I need your help, please. Could anybody send me (or post here) a poem for children (2 or 3 poems) of your own or any other author?I`d like to translate it in Russian. Thank you in advance.
(4/27/2012 11:29:00 PM)
THIS IS A YOUNG CHILDREN POEM FROM SARA TEASDALE CALLED THE FALLING STAR
I SAW A STAR SLIDING DOWN THE SKY BLINDING THE NORTH AS IT WENT BY TO BURNING AND TO QUICK TO HOLD TO LOVLEY TO BE BOUGHT OR SOLD GOOD ONLY TO MAKE WISHES ON THEN FOREVER TO BE GONE
THANK YOU FOR READING THIS POEM NOW GOODBYE AND FARWELL
(4/27/2012 11:24:00 PM)
I LOVE YOUR SMILE
I LOVE YOUR SMILE ITS BIG AND HAPPY ALL DAY LONG IT GIVES ME JOY TO SEE EVERYDAY WHEN I SEEYOU ANY WAY WHEN IM DOWN AND HAVE A FROWN YOUR TURN MINDS UPS SIDE DOWN CAUSE THE WAY YOU SMILE TO ME ITS LIKE THE WORLD CHANGES ME JUST LOOKING AT YOUR SMILE THTS WHY YOUR SMILE IS GREAT TO ME
(11/10/2011 3:06:00 AM)
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- rewritten from two works in A Book of Super Cool Tongue Twisters by Gordon Tseng
Plato’s potatoes are like Seattle’s tomatoes.
But, Seattle’s potatoes are unlike Plato’s tomatoes.
When Plato with some potatoes goes to Seattle for some tomatoes,
Plato is philosophically surprised by Seattle’s potato-like tomatoes.
An alligator climbs into a helicopter.
Later, the helicopter goes into an elevator.
Now, the alligator is in the helicopter that’s in the elevator.
So, the alligator is surely in the elevator.
When Plato back from Seattle goes into the elevator,
Plato is scared by the alligator in the helicopter.
But, when the alligator sees Plato scared like his red tomatoes,
It’s more interested in the potato-like tomatoes than that tomato-like Plato.
-a poem for kids from GOD BLESS NOT ONLY AMERICA
(6/27/2010 6:09:00 PM)
Is all frozen over.
The ice is three inches deep.
It’s abominable (which is a kind of explosive swallowed by a male cow)
(5/28/2010 6:43:00 PM)