Ice Cream Cone


Children's Story Poems

By Josie Whitehead

Ice Cream Cone
Ice Cream Scoops



By Josie Whitehead


Enjoy Your Ice Cream Treats

I’m placed within an ice cream cone,

      And shown with utmost pride –

And then I’m left to my own thoughts

       Deep down, deep down inside.


I’m a squishy, squashy, mushy mess

     If left out in the sun,

But I’ve been placed within the hands

      Of a certain little one.


I’m licky and I’m sticky but

     The freezer keeps me cool –

And my brothers and my sisters

      Quickly vanish after school.


A mother comes into the shop

      And her small child points to me.

I’m enticing, I’m delicious

     As I think you’ll all agree.


Small hands are clasped around my cone,

      And then a tongue appears,

And, lick by lick, and bite by bite,

       It confirms my utmost fears.

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*Personification is when you give an animal or object qualities or abilities that only a human can have. This creative literary tool adds interest and fun to poems or stories. Personification is what writers use to bring non-human things to life. It helps us better understand the writer's message.