Monster Poems for Children
By Josie Whitehead
There were monsters in our kitchen
Sharing Mummy’s cake,
But Dad arrived and drove them out.
Oh, they made a big mistake.
There‘s a monster in my bathtub
And he’s tickling my toes . . . ooh!
And now he’s on my handkerchief
And he’s tickling my nose.
Monster’s monsters everywhere!
Oooh! I see another three.
They’re sitting on our sofa there . . .
And watching our tv!
We’ve some here in our classroom:
They’re in Josie’s poems again - - -
But, our teacher’s sure to catch them,
And he’s carrying a cane!
Mum cooked some in her cooking pot
And made a tasty stew,
But we ate them all for dinner:
And we left not one for you!
Copyright on all my poems