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I Like My Nose

by Bruce Lansky
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I Like My Nose by Bruce Lansky

I’m glad that my nose
points down to my toes,
and doesn’t point up to the sky.
For now I can sneeze
just as much as I please,
without getting goo in my eye.

  — Bruce Lansky

Copyright © 2000. All Rights Reserved. From If Pigs Could Fly: and Other Deep Thoughts. Running Press. Reprinted by permission of the author.

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From If Pigs Could Fly: and Other Deep Thoughts

If Pigs Could Fly… and Other Deep Thoughts is a collection of Bruce Lansky’s own hilarious poems about everything kids are concerned with, including: smelly diapers, chubby relatives, toothless grandmas, dirty socks, impolite dogs, burping babies, bad hair days and more. The poems in this book have been tested on over 1,000 schoolchildren and their teachers so that only the most giggle-packed poems are included.

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About the Author

Bruce Lansky was first called “the King of Giggle Poetry” by the students of a school in North Miami Beach, Florida whose teacher “kidnapped” Lansky and forced him to perform at her school at needle point. The title refers to Lansky’s third poetry book: A Bad Case of the Giggles. Altogether he has written or edited 20 humorous poetry and song books which have sold about 4 million copies. He visits schools, because he loves hanging out with kids (unfortunately, his grandchildren live in Sweden, so he only sees them once a year).

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