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A Poem for My Brother...Who is Always Wrong... Always...

My brother, as I am sure is the case with most – if not all brothers – is a complete and utter piss taker, who loves nothing more than to wind me up and make fun of me. 235 more words


Gimme all your words

Give them to me
shout them, yo!
Gasp them quickly,
whisper slow.
Giggle words to me.
Wig out all about your day!
Let me hear just what… 130 more words

Creative Journal

Ginger Beer

Ginger Beer

Ginger beer.

Sweet-sour tang, sliding

Along tongue and teeth.

Refreshing relief

To a parched palate.

Simon C.J. Falk 10 September 2017

Looking for some stories of hope! 216 more words

Fun Poem for Children

Three Blind Mice…Look Out!!

This is the tale of three blind mice,                                                                                             who ventured out their hole.                                                                                                               They longed to seek adventure                                                                                                           and decided to be bold. 148 more words

Writing For Children

Poetry is Great for Your Child's Development

For my dissertation project, I decided to write an educational, poetry book for children. This is my reason for doing so.

Why choose to write poetry for children? 1,097 more words

Children's Book

Fun Poem for Children

Humpty Dumpty, Come Down From There!

Humpty Dumpty, get off that wall!                                                                                                     You’re shape just isn’t right.                                                                                                                 You’re rocking back and forwards there                                                                                         and giving me a fright! 143 more words

Writing For Children

Another Fun Poem for Children

Mixed Up Fairy Tale

A fair princess lived in a castle,                                                                                                       though not alone, you see.                                                                                                                   She had two sisters and animals,                                                                                                       to keep her company. 235 more words

Writing For Children