Circulatory System Poem

Here’s my story,
Circulatory!
Cardiovascular system!
Consists of veins and arteries,
For blood flow,
You can’t miss ‘em…
Surely, I am circulatory,
Pumping round and round,
Beating heart and blood vessels,
heart diagram
I surely will astound…
Brought by ‘blue’ veins,
To the heart,
To lungs is where blood’s pumped…
Oxygenated by those lungs,
This system can’t be trumped!
Blood from lungs,
lungs
Returns to heart,
And then to artery,
Which carry blood to every organ,
In every part-a-me!
Surely, I am circulatory,
Pumping round and round,
With my heart,
And blood vessels,
I surely will astound!
veins and artery diagram

Circulatory system:

The circulatory or cardiovascular system is a closed organ system made up of the heart, veins, and arteries.
Its main function is to move blood throughout the body. Veins carry blood back to the heart where it is reoxygenated by the lungs before it returns to the body through arteries.
Along with delivering oxygen and removing carbon dioxide, the circulatory system supplies nutrients from the digestive system, and lymph (an important part of the body’s immune system.)

Watch Mr. R.’s Human Heart Video