A Silly Easter Poem

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My Mum once dropped a massive hint,
which nearly hit Dad’s head.
Dad dodged, and tripped, and then he fell
and squashed an Easter egg.

He then slipped on a daffodil,
which didn’t seem like fun,
as when his bottom landed,
it squashed a Hot Cross Bun.

He squashed a hat by accident,
and most of what he touched.
He is my funny, silly Dad,
who I love very much.

By George Stanworth

Adults Can’t Do Puzzles

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“Adults can’t do puzzles.
They don’t know what to do.
Puzzles are for children
who have only just turned two.

Adults can’t do puzzles,
so have a cup of tea.
I don’t need your assistance.
It’s basic stuff for me.

Adults can’t do puzzles,
so please leave me alone.
I’ll do it so much quicker
If you play games on your phone.

I tell you all the time!

(But Mum says Dad is like a child –
So I’ll let him finish mine!)”

If you have enjoyed this poem then you may like to read some of my other blog posts , in particular my summer poems for kids.

Summer Poems

Best wishes,