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Amzing Cute Rhyming Poems that will Fascinate You

Amzing Cute Rhyming Poems that will Fascinate You.

Amzing Cute Rhyming Poems – Not all poems have to rhyme. But the best rhyming poems are examples of why the classic style is still so universal.

Easy rhyming poems often sound like a song. Some of these short poems that rhyme are children’s poems, others are all about falling in love, while others center on the hardships of life.

Amzing Cute Rhyming Poems

1. Dirty Face

Where did you get such a dirty face,
My darling dirty-faced child?
I got it from crawling along in the dirt
And biting two buttons off Jeremy’s shirt.
I got it from chewing the roots of a rose
And digging for clams in the yard with my nose.
I got it from peeking into a dark cave
And painting myself like a Navajo brave.
I got it from playing with coal in the bin
And signing my name in cement with my chin.
I got if from rolling around on the rug
And giving the horrible dog a big hug.
I got it from finding a lost silver mine
And eating sweet blackberries right off the vine.
I got it from ice cream and wrestling and tears
And from having more fun than you’ve had in years.
– Poem by Shel Silverstein

2. The Benefits Of Exercise

All my life I’ve been extra large, plus
I’m known as a very large fellow.
I would easily pass as a school district bus
If somebody painted me yellow.

“No secret to losing weight,” I’ve been told.
“Just cut the fat from your diet.”
“Get up and about even if it’s cold.”
Once again, I decided to try it.

But jogging was something senseless to me,
And riding a bike seemed insane.
Joining a gym involved a large fee,
And lifting weights was a pain.

So for exercise I choose horseback riding.
It’s fun and easier than it sounds.
It’s a very effective form of dieting
‘Cause my horse lost forty pounds.
– Poem by Alan Balter

3. King For A Day

I’m resting here quite regally,
The feature of the table.
Surrounded by potatoes that
I’d taste if I were able.

My subjects, scrubbed and beaming,
Circle round the royal platter.
They seem to be adoring me,
But something is the matter.

See me basking in the candlelight,
My skin so nicely tanned.
The reason for this treatment,
I do not understand.

While I’d love to peck that dish of corn
And gobble down a berry,
I find this jolly atmosphere
To be a trifle scary.

These human creatures were my friends.
They filled me up with bread,
But now I have suspicions that
They’re cannibals instead!
– Poem by Jo McNally

4. Green

Green is so important
Because we see it all around
It’s up very high on the trees
And on the grass that is on the ground

Green is the colour of
The plants that grow in the south
It’s also the colour of a Brussels sprout
That I refuse to put in my mouth

Green is on the traffic light
When the cars can go
All the green disappears
When it starts to snow

The most important thing about the colour green
Is because of my mother
NO she is not green
It’s her favourite colour
– Poem by Nela

5. Mary Had A Little Lamb

Mary had a little lamb
And a baked potato.
Mary had a salad too,
Of lettuce and tomato.

Mary asked for wine to drink,
So Daddy poured her some.
But Mommy said, “If you drink that,
I’ll whip your little bum!”

So Mary chose dessert instead;
She had a choice to make:
Should I have a slice of pie,
Or a piece of cake?

But Mary couldn’t quite decide,
So she took a bite of each.
It seemed the pie was rancid plum,
And the cake was rotted peach.

She gagged and spat the gross stuff out,
And hurled on the floor.
’twas then her mother grabbed her hair
And threw her out the door.
– Poem by Kenneth J. Miller

Amzing Cute Rhyming Poems

6. The Petting Chair

There is a place where people repair
That’s oft sat upon without much fanfare
Now in our house it’s turned us to despair
We now call it The Petting Chair.

Our furry friends know that if we dare
Sit on this thing with our bare derriere
We are captive and can’t get away from there
The porcelain throne called The Petting Chair.

No doubt if we sat in Bombay or Times Square
As long as we sat on a seat somewhere
They don’t mind be we poor or millionaire
Just always have with us our own Petting Chair.

In the dark of the night after a scary nightmare
We are caught in our nightshirt and thin underwear
Our pets think we are truly smart and debonair
As long as we sit on The Petting Chair.

One day as we lie in intensive care
Others will know why we weren’t all there
Why plumbing costs made us go on welfare
It’s all because of The Petting Chair.
– Poem by Cathy A. Denton

7. I Miss You

I miss you in the morning;
I miss you late at night.
Just to think about you
Is my joy and my delight.

I can’t wait to see you;
Please hurry and come back.
You always make me happy;
You have that special knack!
– Poem By Joanna Fuchs

8. Messy Room

Whosever room this is should be ashamed!
His underwear is hanging on the lamp.
His raincoat is there in the overstuffed chair,
And the chair is becoming quite mucky and damp.
His workbook is wedged in the window,
His sweater’s been thrown on the floor.
His scarf and one ski are beneath the TV,
And his pants have been carelessly hung on the door.
His books are all jammed in the closet,
His vest has been left in the hall.
A lizard named Ed is asleep in his bed,
And his smelly old sock has been stuck to the wall.
Whosever room this is should be ashamed!
Donald or Robert or Willie or–
Huh? You say it’s mine? Oh, dear,
I knew it looked familiar!
– Poem by Shel Silverstein

Amzing Cute Rhyming Poems

9. The Glass Eye

The joke was very funny
She laughed a lot of tears
When suddenly her eye fell out
And landed in her beer

She fished around
with her pudding spoon
But it just stared back
Through the beery gloom

She tried again
with her fountain pen
but she only saw it
Now and then

What to do
She tried to decide
Pondered and pondered
Sighed and sighed

In a fit of madness
She downed her drink
Swallowed her eye
With not even a blink

She rang her doctor
In a fit of remorse
Who simply advised her
“Let nature take its course”

I believe she’s still waiting
It’s playing hide and seek
So she’s had to buy another eye
To see her through the week
– Poem by Patricia A Stephens

10. I Didn’t Go To Church Today

I didn’t go to church today,
I trust the Lord to understand.
The surf was swirling blue and white,
The children swirling on the sand.
He knows, He knows how brief my stay,
How brief this spell of summer weather,
He knows when I am said and done
We’ll have plenty of time together
– Poem by Ogden Nash

Poems that rhyme are really amazing, and the really set off a string or series of emotions in us for those that follow poets or poems, you will tend to understand better. We hope you had a good read.

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