I Think I’m Related to Bigfoot
A Funny Bigfoot Poem for Kids
I think I’m related to Bigfoot,
though nothing has ever been proved.
I sort of suspect he’s a cousin,
just seven or eight times removed.
It’s not that I’m apelike or hairy.
It isn’t the size of my feet.
It’s more on account of my family.
We’re all fairly far from petite.
My sister is kind of a Bigmouth.
My brother could go by Bigsmelly.
My mother is known for her Bighair.
My father? You guessed it: Bigbelly.
And as for myself, I’m attractive.
You might even call me a cutie,
except for one obvious feature…
My family all call me Bigbootie.
— Kenn Nesbitt
Copyright © 2013. All Rights Reserved.
Reading Level: Grade 2
Topics: Monster Poems, Poems about Friends and Family
Poetic Techniques: Descriptive Poems, Wordplay
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