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    Nursery rhymes and amusing poems that can be used in class
    [ ] 15.01.2010, 21:49
    IF PIGS COULD FLY

    If pigs could fly, I'd fly a pig
    To foreign countries small and big —
    To Italy and Spain,
    To Austria, where cowbells ring,
    To Germany, where people sing —
    And then come home again.

    I'd see the Ganges and the Nile;
    I'd visit Madagaascar's isle,
    And Persia and Peru.
    Poeple would say they'd never seen
    So odd, so strange an air-machine
    As that on which I flew.

    Why, everyone would raise a shout
    To see his trotters and his snout
    Come floating from the sky;
    And I would be a famous star
    Well known in countries near and far —
    If only pigs could fly!

    THE KING'S BREAKFAST

    The King asked
    The Queen, and
    The Queen asked
    The Dairymaid:
    "Could we have some butter for
    The Royal slice of bread?”
    The Queen asked
    The Dairymaid,
    The Dairymaid
    Said, "Certainly,
    I’ll go and tell
    The cow
    Now
    Before she goes to bed.”
    The Dairymaid
    She curtsied,
    And went and told
    The Alderney:
    "Don’t forget the butter for
    The Royal slice of bread.”
    The Alderney
    Said sleepily:
    "You’d better tell
    His majesty
    That many people nowadays
    Like marmalade
    Instead.”

    The Dairymaid
    Said, "Fancy!”
    And went to
    Her Majesty.
    She curtsied to the Queen, and
    She turned a little red:
    "Excuse me,
    Your Majesty,
    For taking of
    The liberty,
    But marmalade is tasty, if
    It’s very
    Thickly
    Spread.”

    The Queen said,
    "Oh!”
    And went to
    His Majesty:
    "Talking of the butter for
    The Royal slice of bread,
    Many people
    Think that
    Marmalade Is nicer.
    Would you like to try a little
    Marmalade Instead?”
    The King said,
    "Bother!”
    And then he said,
    "Oh, dear me!”
    And went back to bed,
    "Nobody,”
    He whimpered,
    "Could call me
    A fussy man;
    I only want
    A little bit
    Of butter for
    My bread!”
    The Queen said,
    "There, there!”
    And went to
    The Dairymaid,
    The Dairymaid
    Said, "There, there!”
    And went to the shed.
    The cow said,
    "There, there!
    I didn’t really mean it;
    Here’s milk for his porringer
    And butter for his bread.”
    The Queen took
    The butter
    And brought it to
    His Majesty;
    The King said,
    "Butter, eh?”
    And bounced out of bed.
    "Nobody,” he said,
    As he kissed her tenderly.
    "Nobody,” he said,
    As he slid down
    The banisters,
    "Nobody,
    My darling,
    Could call me
    A fussy man —
    BUT
    I do like a little bit of butter to my bread”

    TONY THE TURTLE

    Tony was a Turtle,
    Very much at ease,
    Swimming in the sunshine
    Through the summer seas,
    And feeding on the fishes
    Irrespective of their wishes,
    With a "By your leave" and "Thank you"
    And a gentlemanly squeeze.

    Tony was a Turtle
    Who loved a civil phrase:
    Anxious and obliging,
    Sensitive to praise.
    And to hint that he was snappy
    Made him thoroughly unhappy;
    For Tony was a Turtle
    With most engaging ways.

    Tony was a Turtle
    Who thought, before he fed,
    of other people's comfort,
    And as he ate them said:
    "If I seem a little grumpy,
    It is not that you are lumpy."
    For Tony was a Turtle
    Delicately bred.

    GROWN UP

    I’m growing up, my mother says —

    Today she said I’d grown;

    The reason why is this: Now I

    Can do things all alone.

    And though I’m glad that I don’t need

    Someone to brush my hair

    And wash my hands and face and button

    Buttons everywhere,

    Although I’m very glad indeed

    To help myself instead,

    I hope that I won’t have to try

    TO TUCK MYSELF IN BED.

    A LITTLE GIRL

    There was a little girl
    Who had a little curl
    Right in the middle of her forehead;
    And when she was good,
    She was very, very good,
    But when she was bad she was horrid

    THE FROST

    He went to the windows of those who slept,
    And over each pane like a fairy crept.
    Wherever he breathed, wherever he slept,
    By the light of the moon were seen
    Most beautiful things: there were flowers and trees,
    There were bevies of birds and swarms of bees,
    There were cities with temples and towers, and these
    All pictured in silver sheen.

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