In summer where I love to be

Is on the beach beside the sea.

   To play upon the golden sand

   Is what I think is really grand.

 

I take my bucket and my spade

And, when a castle I have made,

    Along will come the rough old sea

    And knock it down again for me.

 

Another thing I like to do

Is make a visit to the zoo.

   I’ll see the monkeys doing tricks

   And count the penguins one to six.

 

The tiger's got his eye on me

And a koala's sleeping in the tree.

     Mum says it's five, we cannot stay,

     But we’ll come back another day.

 

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SUMMER POEMS

FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN

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