My Brother Might Be Bigfoot

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My Brother Might Be Bigfoot by Kenn Nesbitt

My brother might be bigfoot.
I’ve seen a bunch of clues.
He’s very hairy, super tall,
and wears enormous shoes.

Whenever I say hi to him
my brother starts to growl.
He walks like a gorilla
and his stink is awfully foul.

He never takes a shower so
he’s slovenlyslovenly untidy or unclean in appearance or habits. and sweaty.
He claims to have a girlfriend too;
he says her name is Yeti.

He’s not a myth. From what I’ve seen
I think we can assume
that bigfoot lives among us…
He’s in my brother’s room.

 — Kenn Nesbitt

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Reading Level: Grade 2

Topics: Animal Poems, Poems about Friends and Family

Poetic Techniques: Alliteration, Descriptive Poems, Imagery

 


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