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Poetry for Children and the Whole Family


List of Humorous Poems
                                                                                                         

Funny humorous poems by author R.
Renée Bembry written about an assortment of subjects. Included in the mix are poems about animals, games, feelings, insects, tooth brushing, towels, food, super heroes and more.

When Ms. Bembry writes poems, she strives to bring a human element into the work so as to write poetry that touches at least one emotion in each of her readers. She gets her poetry writing ideas from watching people and animals and observing nature. She also likes to invent poems from nonsense as well as writing about scary things in silly humorous ways.

Choose poems from the light green navigation bar on the left and
then continue down into the blue shaded titles.

Also check out Ms. Bembry's Poem-A-Day-Sprint that includes
titles such as A Monkey Broke out of A Zoo, The Cat on the Screen
Door, Story Book Elf, and What's that Hanging from Your Nose?

The sprint is posted in a blog to enable children, and adults alike,
to post titles of their own in the blog comment box. With that said,
however, kids under 13 must get an adult's permission to write in
the blog. The poetry sprint begins here.

  • So go ahead and read titles from the nav bar list on the left.

  • And add children's poems to the blog if you choose.

  • But most of all...


  • Have fun!