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poems. C ontents. The Dragon Fish Traffic Bubbles Diamante Limerick Where G o T he Boats My Kingdom The Wild Child The Unlucky Farmer The Brainless Professor The Dory The Short Memory Professor . The Dragon. The fire breather Scraped sharp claws Clashed his scales loudly

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c ontents
  • The Dragon
  • Fish
  • Traffic
  • Bubbles
  • Diamante
  • Limerick
  • Where Go The Boats
  • My Kingdom
  • The Wild Child
  • The Unlucky Farmer
  • The Brainless Professor
  • The Dory
  • The Short Memory Professor
the dragon
The Dragon
  • The fire breather
  • Scraped sharp claws
  • Clashed his scales loudly
  • Showed his fearful teeth
  • A colorful horde
  • Glided skillfully
  • Soared on ocean currents
  • Made shadows on the sea floor
  • Scampering vehicles
  • Droned past
  • Rushed along the road
  • Noisily changed gears
  • Intersecting planets
  • Glittered in the sunlight
  • Revolved with speed
  • Splattered into fragments


Love Adore

Welcoming Appreciating Enjoying

War, Cruel, Harmony, Empathy

Loathing Killing Fighting

Furious Destruction



Where Go the Boats?by Robert Louis Stevenson

  • Dark brown is the river,        Golden is the sand. It flows along for ever,        With trees on either hand. Green leaves a-floating,        Castles of the foam, Boats of mine a-boating--        Where will all come home? On goes the river        And out past the mill, Away down the valley,        Away down the hill. Away down the river,        A hundred miles or more, Other little children        Shall bring my boats ashore
my kingdom by robert louis stevenson
My Kingdom by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Down by a shining water well I found a very little dell, No higher than my head. The heather and the gorse about In summer bloom were coming out, Some yellow and some red.
  • I called the little pool a sea; The little hills were big to me; For I am very small. I made a boat, I made a town, I searched the caverns up and down, And named them one and all. And all about was mine, I said, The little sparrows overhead, The little minnows too. This was the world and I was king; For me the bees came by to sing, For me the swallows flew. I played there were no deeper seas, Nor any wider plains than these, Nor other kings than me. At last I heard my mother call Out from the house at evenfall, To call me home to tea. And I must rise and leave my dell, And leave my dimpled water well, And leave my heather blooms. Alas! and as my home I neared, How very big my nurse appeared. How great and cool the rooms!
the man from dover
The Man From Dover
  • There was once a man from Dover,
  • Who caught a bus to Clover,
  • He got stung by a bee,
  • In the knee,
  • In seconds his life was over,
the wild child
The Wild Child

There was a naughty child,

He acted extremely wild,

The people he punched,

Their books he scrunched,

The teacher had him restyled,

the unlucky farmer
The Unlucky Farmer
  • There was a farmer who had cattle,
  • He had to move them to Seattle,
  • All the cows mooed,
  • They all pooed,
  • He had a really dirty battle,
the b rainless professor
The Brainless Professor
  • There was a brainless professor,
  • He never was named a successor,
  • He went to the gym,
  • And broke his limb,
  • He was taken away on a stretchor,
the dory
The Dory
  • The sea carried a shell with care,
  • A feather swooped and swirled in the air,
  • A wave about a hundred miles away,
  • Swept the dory across the bay,
  • The dory made it’s final stand,
  • But alas it never reached the land,
the short memory professor
The Short Memory Professor
  • There was a short memory professor,
  • Who was smarter than his predecessors,
  • He got bitten by a flea,
  • And lost his memory,
  • He is now a computer processor,