FUNNY / SILLY POEMS
WARNING: This poem is not appropriate for adults! I was merely doing a sensible workshop on alliteration, when Hannah suggested the character “Burping Bailey”, and the poem went downhill with the story from there. I personally am appalled at the end result, but I definately blame the children!
VROOP VROOP! Red alert! Aliens have landed. Their spaceship is on fire…. It looks like they are stranded.
Welcome to my animal sanctuary. I have absolutely anything that you could possibly ever want. What was it you were looking for?
This silly story poem is not exactly an alternative nursery rhyme as it is not shadowing the original nursery rhyme but is using it just as the basis of an extended silly version of the tale, from the viewpoint of the suspects to the crime!
This short silly poem is written with rhyme and rhythm, but I can say no more than that!
This inspirational metaphor poem is another example of figurative language, with occasional use of alliteration. Guard your heart always, for there you will find That delicate feelings and thoughts are entwined. Each must be tended and nurtured and fed Or weeds can develop and grow there instead.
This is my personal interpretation of the way Jesus taught us to pray, (The Lord’s Prayer), in accordance with Matthew Chapter 6 verses 9 to 13
A big “Thank you !” to Rev. Alistair Sharp and his Dad for this beautiful story which, between them they have told and continually developed for years, and which I have thoroughly enjoyed retelling as a story poem of God’s love.
This 20 minute nativity script is purpose written for a church nativity service with a small cast of young people of reading age ( teenagers especially!) in a church with a fun, family atmosphere (adults are required to join in!) The DIY Nativity Play…… tells the traditional bible based nativity story in a hilarious, lighthearted […]
Don’t worry about your tomorrows, God’s holding them all in His hand; You don’t need to know where they’re leading, God’s purpose is perfectly planned.