Стихи на английском для всех, как студентов, так и тех, кто только начал изучать английский язык.
One day we built a snowman,
We built him out of snow;
You should have seen how fine he was,
All white from top to toe.
We poured some water over him,
To freeze his legs and ears;
And when we went indoors to bed,
We thought he’d last for years.
But, in the night a warmer kind
Of wind began to blow;
And Jack Frost cried and ran away,
And with him went the snow.
When we went out next morning
To bid our friend «Good Day»,
There wasn’t any snowman there…
He’d melted right away!
A Chubby Little Snowman
A chubby little snowman
Had a carrot nose
Along came a rabbit
And what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny,
Looking for his lunch,
ATE the snowman’s carrot nose…
Nibble, nibble, CRUNCH!
(to the tune of «I’m a Little Teapot»)
I’m a little snowman round and fat,
Here are my mittens,
Here is my hat.
Add a little scarf and a carrot nose.
You stand so tall when the cold wind blows.
I made a great tall snowman
With two huge coal black eyes
And just to reach around his neck
Took two of Daddy’s ties.
I put a hat of mother’s
Upon his rounded head
And then I ran and left him
And hurried off to bed.
When I awoke next morning
Imagine my surprise
My snowman had run away
And left his hat, ties, and eyes!
The Snowman Song
I am a little snowman.
I am so fat and round.
I started from a snowflake
that fell upon the ground.
I have two buttons for my eyes,
a great big scarf of red,
I have a carrot for a nose,
a hat upon my head.
Roll a snowball large,
Then one of middle size.
Roll a snowball small,
Use lumps of coal for eyes.
Place a carrot for a nose,
And old hat on his head.
And for his necktie, tie around
His neck a ribbon red.
A corncob pipe goes in his mouth,
Some buttons on his vest.
And there he stands so round and fat,
Of snowmen, he’s the best!
I made myself a snow ball as perfect as could be
I thought I’d keep it as a pet and let it sleep with me
I made it some pajamas and a pillow for it’s head
Then, last night it ran away
But first — it wet the bed.
(to the tune of «twinkle, twinkle little star»)
Snowflakes, snowflakes falling down,
On the trees and on the ground.
I will build a man of snow,
Tall black hat and eyes of coal,
If the sun comes out today,
I will watch you melt away!
(to the tune of «I’m a Little Tea Pot»)
I’m a little snowflake white and round
I don’t make a sound as I fall to the ground
When you look out your window you will shout
I’m putting on my mittens and going out.
It’s fun to walk in the sparkling snow,
And hear my boots go crunch,
I play so hard.
Soon I’m wet and tired
And ready for hot soup with lunch.
The warm south wind is taking a nap.
Zip up your coat and put on your hat.
So Mr. North Wind won’t nip at your toes,
Put on warm boots and warm winter clothes.
Put on your gloves to protect your fingers.
Now Mr. North Wind’s cold won’t linger.
I Heard a Bird Sing
I heard a bird sing
In the dark of December
A magical thing
And sweet to remember:
«We are nearer to Spring
Than we were in September,»
I heard a bird sing
In the dark of December.
(to the tune of «Goodnight Ladies)
Please go away!
continue by replacing «winter» with other winter words
eg: snowsuits, snow, scarves, toques, mittens, etc.
Five Little Inuit
Five little Inuit fishing in the ice,
The first one said, «I’m glad we’re being nice.»
The second one said, «There’s a polar bear over there.»
The third one said, «I don’t care.»
The fourth one said, «I’m going to my igloo.»
The fifth one said, «I think I’m going with you.»
Then wooh went the wind, and out went the light,
And the five little Inuit skated out of sight.