POEM: CHOCOLATE

 

Little Brother entered house
said he found
some chocolate
delicious chocolate
covered from head to foot
in sticky brown
beautiful chocolate
heavenly chocolate
licked his fingers
one to ten
melted chocolate
that sweet chocolate
a dreadful smell around
just like a dog pen
nothing like chocolate
it wasn’t chocolate!

POEM: SNACK TIME RAP

Bogey, bogey
Nice and green
Why about you
Is mum so mean?

Up my nose
I mustn’t linger
Scrabbling around
With my finger

Bogey, bogey
Nice and green
Why about you
Is mum so mean?

Your nutritional value
Is in doubt
As out my nostril
I pop you out

Bogey, bogey
Nice and green
Why about you
Is mum so mean?

Part of you wobbles
Just like jelly
That’s the part
I stick on the telly

Bogey, bogey
Nice and green
Why about you
Is mum so mean?

Over my tongue
You slither
Your sliminess
Makes you slicker

Bogey, bogey
Nice and green
Why about you
Is mum so mean?

A tasty snack
Just up your nose
All can enjoy
One of those

Bogey, bogey
Nice and green
Why about you
Is mum so mean?

POEM: My DoG Ned

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This short poem was came from a chat after listening to my daughter read. It was a Ruth Miskin text (notice, I don’t say story) called My Dog Ned. It was a joy to hear my daughter read but the book was something else (my opinions on such things have been said previously in a poem, Sownd et owt).
Anyway, I started to rhyme aloud a very silly poem about a dog called Ned for them.

My dog Ned
Has got no head
He has to talk
Using his bum instead
Brrrrp -Parrrp!

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