There’s a Yeti In My Freezer

There’s a yeti in my freezer,
A big old hairy guy.
“Abominable Snowman”
Is the name you know him by.

There’s a yeti in my freezer.
That’s what I’m telling you.
Because I asked my father
And he told me it was true.

There’s a yeti in my freezer.
It’s just as I had feared.
Last night we got some ice cream
But now it’s disappeared.

There’s a yeti in my freezer.
I’ll tell you how I know:
He ate my favorite popsicles
And mommy’s cookie dough.

There’s a yeti in my freezer
With the same good taste as me.
He’ll eat a million pancakes
But he’ll never touch a pea.

There’s a yeti in my freezer…
And something I might add:
That yeti in my freezer
Looks exactly like my dad!

Phil HausslerWritten by Phil Haussler.
Illustrated by Brad Sneed.



This illustrated poem was created for Project OpenBook, an experiment in doing good.

To learn more and follow the journey, visit:
marblespark.com/project-openbook

Please share and like us:

One Response to “There’s a Yeti In My Freezer”

  1. under counter freezer Says:

    There's a yeti in my freezer, A big old hairy guy. “Abominable Snowman” Is the name you know him by. There's a yeti in my freezer. …

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment