3rd Birthday Party Poem

3rd Birthday Party Poem

My son will turn 3 tomorrow, July 20, 2012.  For the past 2 years, I’ve been designing the invitation cards to his party and was always searching the Net for nice and simple birthday poems.

It looks like 3rd Birthday Party Poems are scarce, I was having a hard time searching for poems very similar to the 1st and 2nd Birthday Party Poems (these poems have 4 rhyming lines by the way).  I guess 3rd birthday parties are not that important, no?

In despair, I decided to write my own 3rd Birthday Party Poem. 

Here it is:

One plus two, how old am I?
I can count, I can argue, I can ask why.
I’ll rock this world, you will see.
You got that right, I’m turning THREE!!!

I patterned the poem from the poems I got from the Internet. For reference, here are the 1st and 2nd Birthday Party Poems I borrowed/copied from the Internet:

I learned to laugh and squeal, then sit and stand,
and I can walk now if you hold my hand.
But the fun has only just begun,
lookout world, I’m turning ONE!!!

Two years gone by, how time has flown,
You won’t believe how much I’ve grown!
I’m so much fun and witty too,
Yeah baby, I’m turning TWO!!!


6 Responses

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