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  Rambler's Top100

Our Queer Language


I think you already know

Of tough and bough and cough and dough.

Others may stumble, but not you

On hiccough, thorough, tough and through.


Well done! And now you wish, perhaps.

To learn of less familiar traps?

Beware of heard, a dreadful word

That looks like beard and sounds like bird.


And dead; it's said like bed, not bead -

For goodness' sake don't call it deed!

Watch out for meat and great and threat -

They rhyme with suite and straight and debt.


A moth is not a moth in mother

Nor both in bother or in brother.

And here is not a match for there.

Nor dear and fear for bear and pear.


A dreadful Language? Man alive,

I'd mastered it when I was five!




At eight o'clock in the morning

For our breakfast we'll see

Cornflakes and buttered toast

- and let's have a cup of tea!


At four o'clock in the afternoon,

There'll be food for you and me!

Cream cakes and sandwiches

- and let's have a cup of tea!


At seven o'clock in the evening

A lovely supper we'll see:

Chips, peas and fish-fingers

- and let's have a cup of tea!


At ten o'clock at night

We'll have a piece of bread,

and I'll make a cup of tea,

And then we'll go to bed.



Seasons (3 small poems)


Spring is green

Summer is bright

Autumn is yellow

Winter is white



The summer is over

The trees are all bare

There is mist in the garden

And frost in the air



When it is May,

When it is May

We play and sing,

We are all gay,

We greet the spring.


My Day (2)


I wake, I wash, do exercise.

I do my beds and cook.

I do my rooms and clean my things

I go to my work.


I come from work at 6 o'clock

I wash and cook again

I go shopping, play with kids.

I go to bed at 10.


My Day (3)


I come at school at 2 o'clock.

I read and write and talk.

I come from school at 6 o'clock

and do my homework.


I have my supper, watch TV.

I talk with Mum and Dad.

I play some games and go to bed.

A nice day I have had!


His Day


Tom gets up at 8 o'clock

Does his room, his homework.

He has his breakfast,

                helps his Mum.

His classes start at half past one.

Doing lessons - such a fun!

Tom likes school

                and loves his Mum.