A Worm In My Pocket – Best Funny Poems for Kids

Sometimes children with their fresh eyes looking at the world may be able to see that which an adults eyes pass over. There are many sayings to express this sentiment. One is, “out of the mouths of babes…”, another coined by a television show is, “kids say the darndest things”.

I hope the following short and beautiful collection of funny poem for kids poems by famous people will help you in times of your need to realize how perfect you already are.

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Source: Family Friend Poems

1. Bubbles

I emptied my bubble bath into the tub,
Determined to get myself thoroughly scrubbed.
The bottle had said “ONLY ONE CAP OR TWO”,
So I poured in the lot to see what it would do!

That still didn’t seem quite enough to get clean,
So I followed it up with another fifteen.
Then three bars of soap and a dozen shampoo,
And two broken bath bombs to finish my brew!

I’ll cut to the chase, this did not turn out well,
As the burbling, foaming bath bubbles did swell!
It wasn’t all bad, I was clean and smelt sweet,

But outside my soap suds had buried the street!

2. Follow The Moon

I followed the moon
Or did it follow me
I turned a corner
It was still there you see

I tried to trick it
In the shadows I hid
But the moon kept on watching
That’s what it did

A cloud passed before it
Now was my chance
But the stars in the sky
Never could lie

I walked on through the night
The moon followed me home
Or did I follow the moon
I don’t quite know

3. Under My Bed

Oh under my bed sits paper
oh under my bed sits glue
oh under my bed is messy
oh under my bed sits toys
oh under my bed sits homework
oh under my bed is messy
oh under my bed is ME!
Sleeping so silently,
yes that is me in that crammed little space
oh under my bed is ME!

4. A Worm In My Pocket

One rainy day on my way home from school,
I found a big worm and thought it was cool.

I picked up the worm with my bare hand,
held it up high thinking how grand!

The worm was so cute and wiggled a lot,
I put him in my pocket to show Mom what I’d caught.

What will she say when I show her my find?
Will she let me keep it? I hope she won’t mind.

Mom was in the kitchen when I showed her what I’d found.
She screamed, “No, way! Put it back in the ground!”

Now I’m so angry, she always says “No”,
If she won’t let me keep it, then I will just go!

So me and my worm packed a sandwich or two,
ran out the door and down the street we both flew.

We walked to the park and sat on a bench,
I pulled out my worm and noticed a stench.

He looked kind of floppy, but wiggled a bit,
I thought, “Oh my Gosh, my worm is not fit!”

I laid him in the dirt and let him go free.
I guess that my pocket was not the best place to be

Source: Family Friend Poems