Poem Man

Poem Man Cover

Poem Man Introduction

Table of Contents

Poem Man
The Tickle Café
Moods
Filthy, Nasty Butts
Wiggle
Me
My Friend, My Advisor
Who I Am, Who I Am Not
Booger
Interjections
My Town
The Cross-eyed, Funny-faced, Rotten-toothed Tomato
Wiffle Bats
Onomatopoeia Flu
Pockets and Soles
Victor Timothy’s Son, Junior
Let’s Pretend
Smellers
Rainy Day Recess
Older Sister
Butter
Runny Nose
Hmm…I Wonder
A Bad Day
Holdin’ Toes
Itchy Bottom
Politeness
My Dog Loves Popcorn
Badly Bodily Bored
Up and At ’em
Stop Knockin’ At My Door
Petey Peter the Garlic Eater
Sorry
I’m Feeling Sick
Tough Guy
The Truck Drivin’ Poet
Somedayers
The Reluctant Sharer
Listen To the Colors
Good Night Sweet Children

 
 

8 Replies to “Poem Man”

  1. Sooo glad you’ve decided to share this material with your followers, Kurt! Love your illustrations. My experience is that children love the stories their parents invent for them even more than the classics from the library. But woe betide if you change a detail: they remember everything! Sometimes they chip in their penny’s worth too. Was this the case with your children too? It’s like a jam session, AD-HOCing (don’t know how to spell that darn word, erm….) and when the kids finally settle down to sleep, all are happy with the magic that has taken place beforehand.

    Love it!

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  2. Hi there! I’m a first-time visitor and I just stumbled upon this page. I love poetry and am a young poet myself, so finding this was incredible for me! I can’t wait to go through all of your work and learn from you; I can already tell that you’re a very talented and experienced writer. :)

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