If I were the color blue, I’d sing sad songs for you.

If I were the color yellow, I’d be a happy fellow.

If I were the color red I’d look like me when I bled.

If I were the color green, I’d grow like a big string bean.

If I were the color brown, I’d be a chocolate town.

If I were the color pink, I’d be a lemony drink.

If I were the color purple, Nothing would rhyme with me.

 

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. How does the colour red make you feel? How about the colour green? And blue?

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Whats Weird About a Mirror by Arden Davidson Storyberries Publishing

What’s Weird About A Mirror: 101 Curious Poems

written by Arden Davidson and published by Storyberries.

It’s a long-awaited, hilarious collection of children’s poems by poet Arden Davidson, and includes topics ranging from a snoring grandma to a six-footed camel to reflections on the weirdness of mirrors.