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Dora Diller

“My stomach’s full of butterflies!”
lamented Dora Diller.
Her mother sighed. “That’s no surprise,
you ate a caterpillar!”

Jack Prelutsky

Bedtime Banter.

‘Good-night Sweet One’                                        

‘Fanciful Dreams,’

‘And sleep well.’

“Good-night Mom”

“I love you,”

As droopy eyelids fell.

Lights out,

Loving smile,

Take a step toward the door. 156 more words

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The Chorus of Doris


THE CHORUS OF DORIS 

If Morris’s cho­rus is bet­ter than Boris’s,
Boris’s cho­rus can out­sing Dolores’s,
Dolores’s cho­rus is bet­ter than Horace’s,
and Horace’s cho­rus is bet­ter than Doris’s, 144 more words

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How To Embarrass Teachers – Paul Cookson (Ed) (2008) – A Kid-Lit Review

Is this the perfect back to school book?  A collection of 47 poems and a quiz would seem to be the best antidote for back- to -school blues for both junior school pupils and teachers. 633 more words

One Night Out West - A Poem

Lilly the singing Cow-Gal

Sits under the snowshoe moon,

She strums her guitar

With an old shooting star

She won at the Silver Saloon.

The plains vast and wide, 105 more words

Old West

Poetry Monday #10

Wow, how quickly has 10 weeks gone? Here is a children’s poem you all should know very well…. 231 more words

Emma's Eyes.

Emma’s Eyes…..  are diamonds of flickering light.

Like snowflakes and sapphires colliding; and bright.

Emma’s Eyes…..  twinkle and dance whenever she smiles.

If you look long enough, you could disappear for miles. 132 more words

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