Funny Poems

Posted by on May 20, 2013

Today we have read Ten Things Found in a Wizard’s Pocket. We made up a class version to go with it. Which one do you prefer? Can you write your own?

Ten Things Found in a Wizard’s Pocket.

 

A dark night.

Some words that nobody could ever spell.

A glass of water full to the top.

A large elephant.

A vest made from spiders’ webs.

A handkerchief the size of a car park.

A bill from the wand shop.

A bucket full of stars and planets, to mix with the dark night.

A bag of magic mints you can suck for ever.

A snoring rabbit.

Ian McMillan Original Version

 

Ten Things Found in a Wizard’s Pocket.

 

A handful of nasty, gooey sweets.

A massive wand.

A table with space enough for 20.

A coach from a speeding train.

A large black and white spotty dog.

A monkey that’s bigger than a tree.

A giant, extendable ruler.

A dollop of blue slush puppy.

A TV covered in cobwebs.

A colossal, beating sun.

2HM’s version

2 Responses to Funny Poems

  1. Mrs Fulford at Bridgewater Primary School

    Wow! Your version of the poem is amazing and your adjectives are very impressive! I can’t wait to show my Year 2 children and perhaps see if they can write their version too. Would your class be interested in seeing their version?

    • year2hm

      Thank you. We would love to read your children’s version.

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