Poems by you, for you

See below for poems written by you, our valued audience.

A Giraffe’s Nose

A Giraffe is tall and so his nose

Is not the right height to smell a rose,

But when it comes to nibbling trees,

The highest leaves are eaten with ease.

(A Stone)

An Elephant’s Toes

An elephant’s toes are big and clumpy,

And if he trips he gets all grumpy!

But his toes are strong and can walk for miles,

And when he’s walking, he’s full of smiles.

(A Stone)

Owls’ Wings

Owls’ Wings

Wisdomous & Wise

Looks Like

Owls (are) on the Rise…

(Tara G)


In my wooden ark, don’t ask me why

There are three woodlice and a dozen fruit flies

The flies I think I like the best

They fill the holes in my string vest.

(T Crocker)