FUNNY / SILLY POEMS
This creative alternative nursery rhyme definitely rates among my ‘unpleasant, childish’ silly poems and uses a list format to go through the colours. It has elements of alliteration throughout and uses hyperbole as humour. Little Boy Green, go blow your nose; It’s constantly dripping all over your toes. But where is the boy […]
This is just a fun rhyme and rhythm story poem, including exaggeration for effect (hyperbole), with one word play phrase too. It is based on a true scenario that anyone who has ever owned a tom cat will probably be able to relate to!
This is a fun shape poem with rhyme and rhythm.
This is nothing more than a silly poem based on the original nursery rhyme, and using the same rhyme and rhythm pattern. Mary had a little lamb Its fleece was dirty black
Welcome to my animal sanctuary. I have absolutely anything that you could possibly ever want. What was it you were looking for?
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.
This free verse poem is full of word play, metaphors and strong verbs. I usually prefer to write with rhyme and rhythm but this is one of those occasions when I felt that free verse would be better as it gave so much freedom to play with words that have two different meanings.
Perfect for a mixed age or all school performance, this fun bible based 25 minute nativity play is told…. through a rhyming narration by the innkeeper’s wife with lots of humour, attitude and sarcasm Using her pre-printed ‘diary’ so her story can be told by reading, (NO NEED TO LEARN) Including 24 short rhyming speaking parts (can easily […]
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 Christmas performance poem is purpose written to be used to compliment my “Grandpa’s Nativity Story” nativity play, but can be used as a standalone poem too. It uses a repeated refrain throughout the poem, plus an optional extension which could be used as part of a church sermon.