Daniel P Martin

(21/9/1978 / Plymouth)

My Little Brother


My little brother has tickly toes,
A tickly tummy and a tickly nose.

My little brother has lots of green snot,
It runs down his nose and he sneezes a lot.

My little brother is messy when he eats,
He dribbles his milk, and he sucks on his feet.

My little brother makes bubbles in the bath,
When we splash daddy, we both start to laugh.

My little brother plays in his chair,
He rattles his toys and he pulls on my hair.

My little brother is playful and funny,
We both love our Daddy and we both love our Mummy.

My little brother smiles all the time,
I love my little brother, and I'm glad that he's mine.

Submitted: Friday, July 08, 2011
Edited: Monday, April 30, 2012

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This poem gets far far far more views than any of my other poems! ! I would be interested to read how people come accross this poem - please add a comment to let me know. Thanks very much. Daniel

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  • Adeline Foster (10/18/2011 5:08:00 PM)

    This is expert. Wonderful form, thoughts and structure. It is so much fun writing for children. Try mine - I Worry Too - but don't stop there.
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