Poems for Children

Personal poems for kids.

D poems - for names beginning with D

For Girls*:      Dana, Delia.. 

For Boys*:   Dan, Daniel, Damien, David ...

Note- underlined names have their own specific poems in the box lower down. 

D_

 

Damien doesn’t have a dog,

But if he did

He’d call it Nog 

                                                                                                       C.Parke

D_  

 

Dana's Drawing

Did Dana do this drawing?

Yes, she’s done a donkey.

She’s also done a duck,

And a dear little monkey. 

                                                                                                       C.Parke

D_ 

 

 

David does the dishes

with his daddy every day.

David dries the dishes

and his dad puts them away.

 

                                                                       C.Parke 

                                                                   

  

D poems - for specific names beginning with D  

 Daniel-  

 

Daniel's Spaniel

Daniel had a spaniel

The spaniel came from Spain.

He dropped it down the plughole

And it vanished down the drain.

                                                 

                                                                C.Parke

 

*Remember if you change the name in a poem from a girl's to a boy's or vice versa, you will need to change any words like her, she etc too

 

E poems - for names beginning with E

 

For Girls*:      Eliza, Elizabeth, Eloise, Elsa, Emily... 

For Boys*:   Edward,  Edwin, Evan... Ethan 

                         Ernest 

                         (for Ewan, see U poems)

E_ 

 

Edwin's Eggs.

Edwin eats an egg

Every day at eleven;

He adores eating eggs

And each week he has seven

                                                                                                       C.Parke

E_

 

Emily’s Elephant

Emily’s elephant was getting extra fat

So he exercised every day

He made such an effort, he lost eleven kilos

- He almost faded away!

illustrated by Emily, 6yrs                                                          C.Parke

E_

 

Elizabeth’s Elephants

Elizabeth had eleven illiterate elephants.

She taught them how to read and write

And also how to spell “offence”.

                                                                                                                                                             C.Parke

E_ 

 

Erin's Earrings

Erin has earrings

Of emeralds and gold

She says they help her hearing,

So she does just what she’s told!

 

                                                                                                                                                              C.Parke

E_ 

 

Ethan eagerly eats and eats

Egyptian eggs for Easter treats

Each Easter he eats even more

It’s a wonder he easily fits through the door!

                                                                                                                                                              C.Parke

Er_  

 

Ernest

Ernest

Is always early

Face clean,

Teeth pearly.

Always neat,

What a joy!

He is a very earnest boy.   

                                                                                                                                                              C.Parke

 

 

E poems - for specific names beginning with E  

 Eloise-  

 

Eloise

Eloise  has Chinese bees;

 

she keeps them in between her trees.

The bees make easy greasy cheese

And the breeze makes Eloise

Sneeze and sneeze!

 

Illustrated by Eloise, Grade 2              

C.Parke

 

e__   ends   - poems:

 

- eath    For Boys*:  Heath

 

Heath’s Teeth

Heath has healthy teeth-

The top ones

And the teeth beneath.

He brushes them both day and night

So Heath’s teeth are sparkling white.

                                                                                                       C.Parke

- ell    For Girls*:  Elle, Janelle, Michelle... 

 

Michelle has shells

and lots of bells.

Sometimes, she sells

Her shells and bells.

                                                                                                       C.Parke

  

- en    For Girls*:  Gwen, Jen...         For Boys*:  Ben, Ken, Glenn ... 

 

When Ben went to see the dentist with Ken,

She said: “Ben,

Come again

On Wednesday at 10!”

                                                                                                       C.Parke

 

  

Glenn's Hens

Glenn had ten hens

He put them in a hen pen

But when Ben left the gate open

They all got out again.

                                                                                                       C.Parke

 *Remember if you change the name in a poem from a girl's to a boy's or vice versa, you will need to change any words like her, she, etc too!

 

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