FUNNY / SILLY POEMS
This cat poem is just a bit of rhyming fun with an obvious bit of word play in the title, but anyone who has ‘owned’ a cat will relate to the “Cattitude” that I am referring to!
This disgusting (sorry!) list poem includes lots of moments of alliteration, but is too disgusting a topic for my daughter to allow me to read aloud! For some reason, she thinks that I’m immature!
This shape poem, written with rhyme and rhythm, is a biographical poem, thanks to a very good friend of mine for sharing her private story with me……..Fortunately I am able to keep a secret, so the source of inspiration for this sorry tale shall remain anonymous! The poem is nothing more than a funny […]
This story poem uses word play to make the case that it’s good for education to be fun and that laughter helps us to make progress, whilst remembering that we must get the balance right too. Read it, first of all as a story about Laughter and Progress as two living beings. Then read it […]
This funny letter poem has rhyme, rhythm, and lots of word play in the appropriate language to make it suitable as a performance poem, imagined to be written as a reply from the queen to my Royal Pardon poem. It is also an excellent example of alliteration and consonance poetry.
This Christmas poem was purpose written to be used at the end of my rhyming Christmas nativity play “Children’s Nativity Story” and reminds us that the birth of the baby Jesus was just the beginning of the story of Jesus.
This is just a silly children’s poem straight from my imagination, and is fortunately based only on jokes about church, and not on my own experience!
This is another of my Christian encouragement poems, exploring the question “Who am I?” and recognising the unique value of every individual. Today I met a stranger. That stranger asked my name. I introduced myself to her and then she did the same. But does my name say anything about the person… me? Does […]
This poem is intended to be placed somewhere in the home, identifying that place as somewhere to speak freely and openly about the things we find it hard to discuss. My hope is that it will encourage the development of a feeling of safety, openness and honesty within families, so that feelings aren’t left buried […]
This inspirational Christian encouragement poem is a lovely reminder that God is ever-present. It’s easy to feel un-noticed, Not knowing there’s someone to care: To quietly blend in the background, Assuming that no-one’s aware.