A Silly Easter Poem

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SQUASHED

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.

ADULTS CAN’T DO PUZZLES!
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,

George