FUNNY / SILLY POEMS
This is a fun shape poem with rhyme and rhythm.
This short silly poem is written with rhyme and rhythm, but I can say no more than that!
This poem begins very sensibly, but the rhyming led me in a totally different direction…..so I followed and the story developed from there! Check out the amount of alliteration in verse 3!
This is a fun, imaginative and descriptive children’s alphabet poem. Children love describing aliens, as they can never be wrong, so the challenge here is to describe them so succinctly and precisely that the alien can be recognised from a picture. It’s a great, fun way to combine literacy and art.
This silly word play poem is full of lots of animal sayings that have double 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 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 inspirational Christian poem reminds us that we are all precious and loved and, despite what we often tell ourselves, are a beautiful creation. You gave God His own precious moment When He gave you breathe, life and soul. It was your uniqueness in nature And being that made His life whole.
This is one of many of my inspirational Christian poems. Feel free to share it with someone who will find it an encouragement. When you need a hope to cling to When your world is dull and grey When your life is wrapped in darkness And there’s no sign of the day…
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 […]