Presidents Day Poems and songs: Happy Presidents Day ! We have got presidents day poems for kids we know kids want to give tribute to the presidents of United States and they look for president poems for kids not only this they also want lincoln poems for kids with this you also get presidents poem in order because we have presidents poem first on the list is washington and also must see presidents day poem a noble list we hope you will like our efforts on poems about presidents.
Presidents Day Poems
- Washington was a great man,
The father of our country,He led in war, he led in peace,The father of our country.
Many stories, they are told,
Many tales about
Of this great man who led our land
The father of our country.
Each one of them might render
Some service fine and true;
For Washington and Lincoln
Once were children, too.
And if they grew to be great men
And shaped our country’s ways,
We children who are growing now
May serve in future days.
So we who love our country
Should strive each day to be
Wise and worthy leaders
Of the land where men are free.
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The flags fly, the bands play,
Give him the honor due
To one who served his country well,
A leader brave and true
First in defense and first in peace;
In our hearts, as of yore
He holds first place, George Washington,
Our hero, evermore.
- How Washington DressedBy: Gertrude M. RobinsonWhen Washington was president,
He wore the strangest clothes;
His shoes had silver buckles on-
Now why do you suppose?
His suit was made of velvet cloth,
With buckles at the knee.
He wore lace ruffles on his coat,
When he went out to tea.
His hair was tied with ribbons, too.
And braided like a girl’s.
How could he be a president,
And wear his hair in curls?You Cannot Tell
Daisy Jenney Clay
When Lincoln and George Washington
Were little boys like me,
They never thought when they grew up
That they would ever be
The President; and boys and girls
Over books would pore
That told the way each worked and played
So many years before.
Perhaps I should be careful,
And live my boyhood well,
For sometime they might read of me –
You really cannot tell!
- Future PlansHarriette Wilburr PorterMy brothers and their playmates all
Keep planning what they’ll do
When they are very big and strong
And educated, too.
John plans to be an engineer,
And Carl a pastry cook.
And George will go to practice law,
And Ben will write a book.
Tom says he’ll be a carpenter.
Don wants to be a cop.
And Bob will keep a grocery store
Or else a candy shop.
They’re all so full of business plans
They won’t have time to be
The president in Washington –
Which leaves that job for me!