Child Poems Online

Above the Bright Blue Sky
~Albert Midlane
A Light Exists in Spring
~Emily Dickinson
 
All Things Bright and Beautiful
~Cecil Frances Alexander
 
An Alphabet
~Edward Lear
 
At The Seaside
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
At The Zoo
~William Makepeace Thackeray
 
An Autumn Greeting
~Anonymous
 
The Baby Dance
~Ann Taylor
 
Where Did You Come From, Baby Dear?
~George MacDonald
 
A Baby Sermon
~George MacDonald
Bed in Summer
~Robert Louis Stevenson
What Does the Bee Do?
~Christina Rossetti
The Blind Boy
~Colley Cibber
 
Buttercups and Daisies
~Mary Howitt
The Canary
~Elizabeth Turner
 
Caterpillar
~Christina Rossetti
 
A Child’s Evening Prayer
~Samuel Taylor Coleridge
 
Answer to a Child’s Question
~Samuel Taylor Coleridge
 
The Land of Counterpane
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
Covetousness
~Peter Idley
 
The Cow
~Robert Louis Stevenson
Once in Royal David’s City
~Cecil Frances Alexander
 
Now the Day is Over
~Sabine Baring-Gould
Whole Duty of Children
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
Eletelephony
~Laura Richards
Evening
(In words of one syllable)
~Thomas Miller
An Evening Hymn
~Thomas Ken
 
The Exhortation of a Father to His Children
~Robert Smith
 
The Father’s Vineyard
~Anonymous
 
Ferry Me Across the Water
~Christina Rossetti
 
The Story of Fidgety Philip
~Heinrich Hoffman
 
The Field Mouse
~Cecil Frances Alexander
God to be First Served
~Robert Herrick
 
The First Tooth
~Charles and Mary Lamb
 
Flint
~Christina Rossetti
Gentle Jesus, Meek and Mild
~Charles Wesley
 
Our Saviour’s Golden Rule
~Isaac Watts
 
Good Night and Good Morning
~Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton
 
The Migration of the Grey Squirrels
~William Howitt
 
A Guinea Pig
~Anonymous
 
Happy Thought
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
What are Heavy?
~Christina Rossetti
 
Humpty Dumpty’s Song
~Lewis Carroll
 
The Story of Johnny Head-in-the-Air
~Heinrich Hoffman
 
To His Son Benedict
from the Tower of London

~John Hoskyns
 
There was a Little Girl
~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Little Things
~Julia A. Carney
 
Looking Forward
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
Mary’s Lamb
~Sarah Hale
 
A Morning Hymn
~Christopher Smart
 
Morning Prayer
~Ogden Nash
 
Old Mother Hubbard
~Sarah Catherine Marine
 
My Mother
~Ann Taylor
 
There was a Naughty Boy
~John Keats
 
Nonsenses
~Edward Lear
 
The Little Doll
~Charles Kingsley
 
The Rainbow
~Christina Rossetti
 
A Riddle
~Christina Rossetti
 
Rising in the Morning
~Hugh Rhodes
 
Robin Redbreast
~William Allinghamn
 
The Rooks
~Jane Browne
 
My Shadow
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
The Star
~Jane Taylor
 
Upon the Swallow
~Robert Herrick
 
The Lamb
~William Blake
 
The Sheep
~Ann and Jane Taylor
 
Time to Rise
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
Topsy Turvy World
~William Brighty Rands
 
Trees
~Sarah Coleridge
 
Tumbling
~Anonymous
 
Two Little Kittens
~Anonymous
 
The Vulture
~Hilaire Belloc
 
What is Pink?
~Christina Rossetti
 
Where Go the Boats?
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
The Wind
~Christina Rossetti
 
Winter Time
~Robert Louis Stevenson
 
You are Old, Father William
~Lewis Carroll
 
Young and Old
~Charles Kingsley

 

 

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