I think that I’ve got it all figured out… what animal talk is all about.

“Moo” means excuse me, that’s my milk you’re takin’. “Oink” means quit lookin’ at me like I’m bacon.

“Nay” means no shoes, no shirt, no ride. “Baa” means, gee lately it’s colder outside.

“Arf” means my tail is my very best feature. “Meow” means I’m such an exquisite creature.

“Quack” means this water is turning quite icy. “Hiss” means you look so delicious and spicy.

“Roarrr” means I am the king of the beasts. “Honk” means I am the queen of the geese.

“Grrrr” means I’ll eat you when you go for a walk. Boy am I glad I speak animal talk!

Copyright Arden Davidson, 2019

 

POEM FOR KIDS WRITTEN BY ARDEN DAVIDSON

Illustration created with elements from Pixabay.

LET’S CHAT ABOUT THE POEM ~ IDEAS FOR TALKING WITH KIDS

Creativity
  1. If your dog or cat could talk, what do you think it would say to you?
  2. Think of some other things the animals might be saying when they make animal noises!

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