Mr. Nobody Poem

Let this Mr. Nobody poem bring a smile to your face. I think every family can relate to a Mr. Nobody in their house. In other words, who did it? No one knows! Every house has a Mr. Nobody who sneaks in and does things.

Also, be inspired by the other poems. We can all relate to the verses in the poem, "Anybody, Somebody, Nobody", and the poem, "Who Did It"! May these humorous poems bring a smile to your face and perhaps a memory to your mind!

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  1. Mr. Nobody
    Poet: Unknown

    I know a funny little man,
    As quiet as a mouse.
    Who does the mischief that is done
    In everybody's house!
    There's no one ever sees his face,-
    And yet we all agree
    That every plate we break was cracked
    By Mr. Nobody.

    'Tis he who always tears our books,
    Who leaves the door ajar,
    He pulls the buttons from our shirts.
    And scatters pins afar;
    That squeaking door will always squeak
    For, prithee, don't you see.
    We leave the oiling to be done
    By Mr. Nobody.

    He puts damp wood upon the fire.
    That kettles cannot boil;
    His are the feet that bring in mud.
    And all the carpets soil.
    The papers always are mislaid.
    Who had them last but he?
    There's no one tosses them about
    But Mr. Nobody.

    The finger-marks upon the door
    By none of us are made;
    We never leave the blinds unclosed.
    To let the curtains fade.
    The ink we never spill, the boots
    That lying round you see
    Are not our boots; they all belong
    To Mr. Nobody.

    Summary of the poem, Mr. Nobody:
    This poem offers a cheerful view of the small mishaps and inconveniences that happen in our everyday existence. The Poet introduces us to a mysterious character, Mr. Nobody, who is responsible for all the small troubles we encounter around the house. Despite Mr. Nobody being invisible and elusive, the poem humorously attributes various household mishaps to him, such as broken plates, torn books, squeaky doors, and even misplaced items.

    The poem playfully suggests that Mr. Nobody is behind all these incidents, making it a humorous way to explain the little annoyances we often encounter. It reminds us not to take life's minor inconveniences too seriously and maintain a lighthearted perspective.

  2. Anybody, Somebody, Nobody
    Poet: Unknown

    Anybody could do it
    But somebody didn't do it
    And in the end nobody did it.

    So I asked somebody to do it
    And then asked if anyone could
    And then nobody did it.

    So if anybody could have done it
    And somebody should have
    That left nobody to do it.

    So don't be a nobody
    Or leave it to anybody
    When a somebody you could be

  3. So don't be a nobody Or leave it to anybody When a somebody you could be

  4. Who Did It
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Father asks, "Who did it?"
    We all just look stupid
    "Not I", says the oldest one
    "Not I", says the littlest son.

    No one did it, no one at all
    Do we laugh or do we bawl?
    Father puts his hands on his hips
    We think he is going to flip.

    But he couldn't help himself
    He smiled like a little elf.
    "Okay, okay, we have a mystery guest
    Don't do it again I request!"

  5. Fess Up
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Children always be honest
    Admit when you've done wrong
    It is not always easy
    Don't live life headstrong.

    Don't say I didn't do it
    When you know that is not true
    Fess up, confess
    Before there is a clue.

    Always remember we all make mistakes
    But own up to the things
    That you have done
    Before more trouble it brings.

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