Poems For Kids

Poetry for children: Our large assortment of poems for children include evergreen classics as well as new poems on a variety of themes. You will find original juvenile poetry about trees, animals, parties, school, friendship and many more subjects. We have short poems, long poems, funny poems, inspirational poems, poems about environment, poems you can recite

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas: Judy Garland

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland

Christmas Song by Judy Garland: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Have yourself a merry little Christmas,Let your heart be lightFrom now on,our troubles will be out of sight The Judy Garland Story Have yourself a merry little Christmas,Make the Yule-tide gay,From now on,our troubles will be miles away.Here we are as in olden days,Happy golden days of yore.Faithful friends …

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Joyous Hanukkah: Hanukkah Festival Kids Poem

Joyous Hanukkah - Eva Grant

At last! At last! Hanukkah is here! The whole house is bursting with holiday cheer. Pancakes are sizzling as hard as they can, Browning delectably crisp in the pan. The dreidels can scarcely wait to be spun; Presents are hidden for Hanukkah fun; And there, on the table, polished and bright, The shining menorah gleams through the night, Like the …

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Happy Hanukkah: A Good Kids Hanukkah Poem

Hanukkah Poems

Outside, snow is slowly, softly Falling through the wintry night. In the house, the brass menorah Sparkles with the candlelight. Children in a circle listen To the wondrous stories told, Of the daring Maccabeans And the miracles of old. In the kitchen, pancakes sizzle, Turning brown, they’ll soon be done. Gifts are waiting to be opened, Happy Hanukkah’s begun. ∼ Eva …

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पता ही नहीं: कृष्ण बिहारी ‘नूर’ की चुनिन्दा शायरी

पता ही नहीं: कृष्ण बिहारी 'नूर' के चुनिन्दा शायरी

२९ अगस्त १९५४ को पूर्वी उत्तर प्रदेश के गोरखपुर जिले की बांसगाँव तहसील (अब खजनी) अन्तर्गत ग्राम कुण्डाभरथ में जन्म। कानपुर विश्वविद्यालय से हिन्दी साहित्य में एम. ए. किया। सन १९६८-६९ से लेखन की शुरुआत हुई। पहली कहानी सन १९७१ में प्रकाशित। तबसे सैकड़ों रचनाएँ हिन्दुस्तान के प्रमुख समाचार पत्रों एवं पत्रिकाओं में प्रकाशित। अनेक प्रकार की साहित्यिक सांस्कृतिक संस्थाओं …

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One Day Is There of The Series: Thanksgiving Poem

Poem About Thanksgiving Day Memories: One Day Is There of The Series

Abraham Lincoln‘s successors as president followed his example of annually declaring the final Thursday in November to be Thanksgiving. But in 1939, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt broke with this tradition. November had five Thursdays that year (instead of the more-common four), Roosevelt declared the fourth Thursday as Thanksgiving rather than the fifth one. Although many popular histories state otherwise, …

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Thanksgiving Time: Poetry about Harvest Festival

Poetry about upcoming Thanksgiving Day: Thanksgiving Time

Thanksgiving was founded as a religious observance for all the members of the community to give thanks to God for a common purpose. A 1541 thanksgiving mass was held by the Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and his expedition of 1,500 men at Palo Duro Canyon in what is today the Texas Panhandle. A thanksgiving took place after the …

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Thanksgiving Stands For: Funny Nursery Rhyme

Short Thanksgiving Day English Poem: Thanksgiving Stands For

Early thanksgiving observances Setting aside time to give thanks for one’s blessings, along with holding feasts to celebrate a harvest, are both practices that long predate the European settlement of North America. The first documented thanksgiving services in territory currently belonging to the United States were conducted by Spaniards and the French in the 16th century. Thanksgiving services were routine …

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A Thanksgiving Poem: About Harvest Festival

Children's Poem About Thanksgiving: A Thanksgiving Poem

Thanksgiving is a federal holiday in the United States, celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. It originated as a harvest festival. Thanksgiving has been celebrated nationally on and off since 1789, with a proclamation by George Washington after a request by Congress. Thomas Jefferson chose not to observe the holiday, and its celebration was intermittent until the presidency of …

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