Dinosaur Poem

I’m not lying!
Roaring roars of dinosaurs!
Stomping slowly,
Growls lowly,
Clomping on its clawing paws!
Here comes one,
I’m toast! I’m done!
I’ve never felt so scared before,
I really hope,
I’ll never meet,
A real live, living dinosaur…


Please ignore us,
With your plated spine,
I’m glad you’re vegetarian,
When it’s eating time!


Consuming crops,
You plow through leaves and thorns,
I’m happy you’re an herbivore,
Despite your three sharp horns…

Small in stature,
Tougher than a bird,
Curving claws and in your jaws,
Are sharpened teeth, I heard…


Coming for us!
Full-fledged carnivore!
Eating mostly meat for meals,
I don’t wanna’ hear your roar!

Although I love these dinosaurs,
And think they’re all fantastic,
I’m pretty stoked my dinosaurs,
Are made of soft green plastic…

What is a Dinosaur?

According to fossil records, dinosaurs are a diverse group of animals that appeared on Earth about 230 million years ago. 

Dinosaurs roamed the Earth for over 135 million years (that’s a long time!)