Pumpkin Poems for Halloween and Other Days
Don’t Disrespect a Pumpkin
You don’t have to be a country bumpkin,
To really appreciate a pumpkin,
Some are blazing orange suns warming all
Others cool orange moons like a volley ball.
A pumpkin likes to be respected,
A pumpkin should never be rejected,
An insulted pumpkin comes back at you,
By jumping out and hollering BOOOOOO! BOOOO!
A small pumpkin with a circle design,
Found a small ball with an orange behind,
“Come out and join me- we’ll get along fine,
Grow with me and we ‘ll take over the vine.”
One, two pumpkins stand on your shoe,
Three, four pumpkins visit your school,
Five, six, pumpkins go trick or treat,
Seven, eight pumpkins squash your feet.
Nine, ten, pumpkins line dance all night,
Eleven, twelve, pumpkins fade from sight.
Thirteen, fourteen, pumpkins aglow,
Fifteen, sixteen pumpkins in a row.
Seventeen, eighteen, pumpkins in a pie,
Nineteen, twenty pumpkins shout Hi!