By Carol Diggory Shields This was a very, very, very nice book. The story was very, very, very, very, good.
You would like it very, very much. If you read it, and I think you should.
The plot was very, very interesting About s
By James J. Metcalfe The game of baseball is the king Of all the games we play And it is one pursuit that is Distinctly U.S.A. The people swarm into the stands To watch their favorite teams And munch their hot dogs when their lungs Are not engage
Out in the Fields with God
The little cares that fretted me I lost them yesterday Among the fields, above the sea, Among the winds at play, Among the lowing of the herds, The rustling of the trees, Among the singing of the birds, The hum
By Robert Louis Stevenson
I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me, And what can be the use of him is more than I can see. He is very, very like me from the heels up to the head; And I see him jump before me, when I jump into my bed.
My Secret List for Halloween
By Charles Ghigna Last year I made a secret list Of houses on our street That gave out all the very best Of what I like to eat. I made a separate list of those That gave out candy bars And those that let us pick right from The
By Thomas Osborne Davis She is a rich and rare land; Oh! Shes a fresh and fair land, She is a dear and rare land-This native land of mine. No men than hers are braver-Her womens hearts neer waver; Id freely die to save her , And think my lot divin
By Eleanor Farjeon How will you your Christmas keep? Feasting, fasting, or asleep? Will you laugh or will you pray, Or will you forget the day? Be it kept with joy or prayr, Keep of either some to spare, Whatsoever brings the day, Do not
By Shel Silverstein At last- I finished my keep-out house, A house thats meant for privacy, A house thats meant for peacefulness, A house just meant for only me. There is no door where strangers knock, No windows where they peek and grin. A
By Bruce Guernsey My mothers cigarette flares and fades, The steady pulse of a firefly, On the patio under chestnut. The next door neighbors are over. My father, still slender, is telling a joke: Laughter jiggles in everyones drinks On h
How Do I Love Thee?
By Elizabeth Barrett Browning How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of Being and ideal Grace. I love thee to the level of ev
By Timothy Tocher
Santa needs new reindeer. The first bunch has gotten old. Dasher has arthritis; Comet hates the cold. Prancer's sick of staring at Dancer's big behind. Cupid married Blitzen and Donner lost his mind. Dancer's mad at Vixen for
Have You Ever Dreamed?
By Benny Joseph Bj Laiacona Have you ever dreamed? Dreamed. that you could fly, fly way up high, far away? Away to a place, where dreams come true! Come along with me, dream away. Let your mind and feelings flow take my hand, and aw
By Carol Diggory Shields Eddie Edwards runs around, He never shuts up, he never sits down He teases the girls, he cuts in line, He never makes it to school on time. Eddie Edwards does sound effects, Like sirens and lasers and racing-car wrec
Code By Carol Diggory Shields I dibbin go to school today, Bom looked at be and said, No way. Wend back to bed and here Ill stay, Cause I hab a terrible code. By throad is sore, by eyes are bink, By node dribs like a leaky sink, By heads so stuf
Chill Out, Dad!
By Peggy Goetz My coach says to choke up more. My dad says Im fine. Coach says use a 28 bat. Dad shouts 29. Which one do I listen to? Whats a boy to do? Im only ten years old And theyre both forty-two. Someone will get angry And Im stuck i
Children of War
By Judy Arline Puckett They don't know what we are fighting for. They are all under God's star, Who ever they are. Every tomorrow they are afraid to dream. They live in sorrow and pain. They all have walked in the rain. They live on time t