Fish

poem by Mary Ann Hoberman
 
     Look at them flit
     Lickety-split
     Wiggling
     Swiggling
     Swerving
     Curving
     Hurrying
     Scurrying
     Chasing
     Racing
     Whizzing
     Whisking
     Flying
     Frisking
     Tearing around
      With a leap and a bound
      But none of them making the tiniest
                                              tiniest
                                                 tiniest
                                                    tiniest
                                                       tiniest
                                                          sound
  • Short, fun and simple poem for kids from 1 year for reading and learning by american poet Mary Ann Hoberman.
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