Bigfoot’s Bewilderment

A Funny Sasquatch Poem for Kids

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From the book My Cat Knows Karate

bigfoots-bewilderment

My head is humongous.
My neck is tremendous.
My legs are so long that
my stride is stupendous.

My chest is impressive.
My torso’s titanic.
My arms are enormous.
My hands are gigantic.

My thighs are the size
of a couple of boulders.
I’m thick in the hips and
immense in the shoulders.

I’m broad as a tree trunk.
I’m tall as a tower.
My epic proportions
could cause you to cower.

I’m big in the belly.
I’m wide in the seat.
I’m really unclear why
I’m known for my feet.

 — Kenn Nesbitt

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Reading Level: Grade 2

Topics: Animal Poems, Science and Technology Poems

Poetic Techniques: Descriptive Poems, Irony, List Poems

 


From the Book My Cat Knows Karate


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