A Fish in a Spaceship
A Funny School Poem for Kids
From the book My Hippo Has the Hiccups
A fish in a spaceship is flying through school.
A dinosaur's dancing on top of a stool.
The library's loaded with orange baboons,
in purple tuxedos with bows and balloons.
The pigs on the playground are having a race
while pencils parade in their linens and lace.
As camels do cartwheels and elephants fly,
bananas are baking a broccoli pie.
A hundred gorillas are painting the walls,
while robots on rockets careen through the halls.
Tomatoes are teaching in all of the classes.
Or maybe, just maybe, I need some new glasses.
Copyright © 2009 Kenn Nesbitt. All Rights Reserved.
This poem appears in the book
My Hippo Has the Hiccups
||On May 1, 2016 JACKSON from USA wrote:|
SO FUNNY LOL FISH IN A SPACESHIP IS AWESOME
||On Feb 25, 2016 Parth Mahajan from USA wrote:|
It is so funny and has a lot of silly thought
||On Feb 25, 2016 FISHY MAN from USA wrote:|
WHAT IS A FISH DOING IN A SPACE SHIP
||On Jun 24, 2015 Abhinash Behera from INDIA wrote:|
Kenn Nesbitt is my favorite poet
||On Apr 25, 2014 student of the mount from unit states wrote:|
i love kenn poem and school love them too
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