Poems-the soul of music on a paper, from the magic of a quill/pen





                                                                                    DARREN SARDDELLI-HILARIOUS POEMS


A Bridge to the Moon

I just finished building
a bridge to the moon.
I started last August
and ended this June.
I used giant branches,
a few million rocks,
unbreakable cables,
and billions of blocks.

The walls on my bridge
are a marvelous sight.
They’re safe and secure
and they light up at night.
The nails are nailed in
and the screws are screwed tight,
but something is wrong here!
This cannot be right!

The moon isn’t orange!
It isn’t that bright!
The moon doesn’t give off
this powerful light!
I have to keep building!
This bridge isn’t done!
For I have just noticed
it leads to the sun!



Germit McDermit,
a crabby old hermit,
has never been out of his shell.
He doesn’t like flowers
and never takes showers.
You’d know by his horrible smell.
His friends never call him,
for he doesn't want them.
He just wants to stay in his home.
So don’t be a hermit
like Germit McDermit
or you’ll end up old and alone.





DARREN SARDELLI'S NEW POEMS                                                                   

Little Boy Blue

Little Boy Blue,
please cover your nose.
You sneezed on Miss Muffet
and ruined her clothes.
You sprayed Mother Hubbard



and now she is sick.
You put out the fire
on Jack’s candle stick.
Your sneeze is the reason
why Humpty fell down.
You drenched Yankee Doodle
when he came to town.
The blind mice are angry!
The sheep are upset!
From now on use tissues
so no one gets wet!


I Never

I never put my things away.
I never dust my room.
I never fix the things I break.
I never use a broom.
I never take the garbage out.
I never buy the food.
I never clean the table tops.
I never scrub the floors.
I never turn the TV off.
I never lock the doors.
I never wash the dinner plates.
I never say a word.
I never knew that life would be
so easy for a bird!



A Secret

It’s OK to tell a secret
to a dolphin or a seal,
but a pig cannot be trusted,
for a pig will always squeal!



DARREN SARDELLI'S OLD POEMS

The Silliest Teacher in School

Our teacher gave detention
to the fountains in the hall.
She handed extra homework
to the artwork on the wall.

We saw her point a finger
at a banner and a sign.
She said their bad behavior
was completely out of line.

The principal approached her
and said, “What is all this fuss?
I heard you tried to punish
all the tires on a bus.

You’ve made the teachers angry
by disrupting all their classes,
So if you want to keep this job,
you have to wear your glasses!”



My Dog Ate My Essay

My doggy ate my essay,
he picked up all my mail.
He cleaned my dirty closet
and dusted with his tail.

He straightened out my posters
and swept my wooden floor.
My parents almost fainted when
he fixed my bedroom door.

I did not try to stop him.
He made my windows shine.
My room looked like a palace.
My jackets smelled like pine.

He fluffed up every pillow.
He folded all my clothes.
He even cleaned my fish tank with
a toothbrush and a hose.

I thought it was amazing
to see him use a broom.
I’m glad he ate my essay
on “How to Clean My Room”.



A Water Park Adventure

When Dribs was at the Water Park,
he went on all the rides.
He swam in all the swimming pools
and slid down all the slides.
He ran around and shouted out,
“This place is really cool!”
But Dribs turned red when someone said,
“Your suit is in the pool!”



Twenty Bucks

When I asked dad for twenty bucks,
he said, “Lets make a deal.
I’ll give you money only if
you eat a healthy meal.”
I found him sitting on the couch
before I went to bed.
I looked into his tired eyes
and this is what I said:

“I finished all my vegetables.
The carrots tasted great!
I ate the piece of celery
that mom put on my plate.
The eggplant was delicious
and the string beans were divine.
The peppers were fantastic
and the broccoli was fine.
The giant baked potato
was the highlight of my night.
The juicy red tomato
filled my belly with delight.”

My dad said he was proud of me
and handed me the cash.
I hope he doesn't find out
all this food is in the trash!



Dr. Invention

Dr. Invention invented a light
that helps people see in the dark.
He also invented a merry-go-round
that spins round and round in the park.

He found a new way to catch fish in the bay
by tying a hook to a string.
He thought it was nice when he built a device
that lets you record when you sing.

Dr. Invention has many ideas.
He writes them all down in his books.
He plans to invent a triangular tent
as well as an oven that cooks.

His soda machine is a scientists dream
and his candles are strawberry scented.
I hate to inform him, but I have to warn him,
these things were already invented!




                               SRISHTI'S POEMS


ON THE CRUST


I tickle my feet,

on the lush green grass.

The sweet birds tweet,

and fly top-class.


I stare at the blue sky,

at a misty cloud.

I keep wondering why,

nature stands proud.


A gentle breeze rushes,

it brushes my cheek.

The river water gushes,

I'm unable to speak!


ACROSTIC POEMS:bones and muscles;

                                                                     Bones help us stand,

                                                                     On our feet, erect.

                                        won't break easily,No expiry.

                                                                     Everlasting support.

                                                 They give a Shape to our body.


                                                                Muscles move our bones,

                                         they pull them Up and down.

                                                                Strong they can be,

                                                        they Can be weak.

                                                            or Lazy, too.

                    make them strong by doing  Exercise and playing sports.


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                                                                                      DARREN SARDDELLI-HILARIOUS POEMS


A Bridge to the Moon

I just finished building
a bridge to the moon.
I started last August
and ended this June.
I used giant branches,
a few million rocks,
unbreakable cables,
and billions of blocks.

The walls on my bridge
are a marvelous sight.
They’re safe and secure
and they light up at night.
The nails are nailed in
and the screws are screwed tight,
but something is wrong here!
This cannot be right!

The moon isn’t orange!
It isn’t that bright!
The moon doesn’t give off
this powerful light!
I have to keep building!
This bridge isn’t done!
For I have just noticed
it leads to the sun!



Germit McDermit,
a crabby old hermit,
has never been out of his shell.
He doesn’t like flowers
and never takes showers.
You’d know by his horrible smell.
His friends never call him,
for he doesn't want them.
He just wants to stay in his home.
So don’t be a hermit
like Germit McDermit
or you’ll end up old and alone.





DARREN SARDELLI'S NEW POEMS                                                                   

Little Boy Blue

Little Boy Blue,
please cover your nose.
You sneezed on Miss Muffet
and ruined her clothes.
You sprayed Mother Hubbard



and now she is sick.
You put out the fire
on Jack’s candle stick.
Your sneeze is the reason
why Humpty fell down.
You drenched Yankee Doodle
when he came to town.
The blind mice are angry!
The sheep are upset!
From now on use tissues
so no one gets wet!


I Never

I never put my things away.
I never dust my room.
I never fix the things I break.
I never use a broom.
I never take the garbage out.
I never buy the food.
I never clean the table tops.
I never scrub the floors.
I never turn the TV off.
I never lock the doors.
I never wash the dinner plates.
I never say a word.
I never knew that life would be
so easy for a bird!



A Secret

It’s OK to tell a secret
to a dolphin or a seal,
but a pig cannot be trusted,
for a pig will always squeal!



DARREN SARDELLI'S OLD POEMS

The Silliest Teacher in School

Our teacher gave detention
to the fountains in the hall.
She handed extra homework
to the artwork on the wall.

We saw her point a finger
at a banner and a sign.
She said their bad behavior
was completely out of line.

The principal approached her
and said, “What is all this fuss?
I heard you tried to punish
all the tires on a bus.

You’ve made the teachers angry
by disrupting all their classes,
So if you want to keep this job,
you have to wear your glasses!”



My Dog Ate My Essay

My doggy ate my essay,
he picked up all my mail.
He cleaned my dirty closet
and dusted with his tail.

He straightened out my posters
and swept my wooden floor.
My parents almost fainted when
he fixed my bedroom door.

I did not try to stop him.
He made my windows shine.
My room looked like a palace.
My jackets smelled like pine.

He fluffed up every pillow.
He folded all my clothes.
He even cleaned my fish tank with
a toothbrush and a hose.

I thought it was amazing
to see him use a broom.
I’m glad he ate my essay
on “How to Clean My Room”.



A Water Park Adventure

When Dribs was at the Water Park,
he went on all the rides.
He swam in all the swimming pools
and slid down all the slides.
He ran around and shouted out,
“This place is really cool!”
But Dribs turned red when someone said,
“Your suit is in the pool!”



Twenty Bucks

When I asked dad for twenty bucks,
he said, “Lets make a deal.
I’ll give you money only if
you eat a healthy meal.”
I found him sitting on the couch
before I went to bed.
I looked into his tired eyes
and this is what I said:

“I finished all my vegetables.
The carrots tasted great!
I ate the piece of celery
that mom put on my plate.
The eggplant was delicious
and the string beans were divine.
The peppers were fantastic
and the broccoli was fine.
The giant baked potato
was the highlight of my night.
The juicy red tomato
filled my belly with delight.”

My dad said he was proud of me
and handed me the cash.
I hope he doesn't find out
all this food is in the trash!



Dr. Invention

Dr. Invention invented a light
that helps people see in the dark.
He also invented a merry-go-round
that spins round and round in the park.

He found a new way to catch fish in the bay
by tying a hook to a string.
He thought it was nice when he built a device
that lets you record when you sing.

Dr. Invention has many ideas.
He writes them all down in his books.
He plans to invent a triangular tent
as well as an oven that cooks.

His soda machine is a scientists dream
and his candles are strawberry scented.
I hate to inform him, but I have to warn him,
these things were already invented!




                               SRISHTI'S POEMS


ON THE CRUST


I tickle my feet,

on the lush green grass.

The sweet birds tweet,

and fly top-class.


I stare at the blue sky,

at a misty cloud.

I keep wondering why,

nature stands proud.


A gentle breeze rushes,

it brushes my cheek.

The river water gushes,

I'm unable to speak!



                                                                                      DARREN SARDDELLI-HILARIOUS POEMS


A Bridge to the Moon

I just finished building
a bridge to the moon.
I started last August
and ended this June.
I used giant branches,
a few million rocks,
unbreakable cables,
and billions of blocks.

The walls on my bridge
are a marvelous sight.
They’re safe and secure
and they light up at night.
The nails are nailed in
and the screws are screwed tight,
but something is wrong here!
This cannot be right!

The moon isn’t orange!
It isn’t that bright!
The moon doesn’t give off
this powerful light!
I have to keep building!
This bridge isn’t done!
For I have just noticed
it leads to the sun!



Germit McDermit,
a crabby old hermit,
has never been out of his shell.
He doesn’t like flowers
and never takes showers.
You’d know by his horrible smell.
His friends never call him,
for he doesn't want them.
He just wants to stay in his home.
So don’t be a hermit
like Germit McDermit
or you’ll end up old and alone.





DARREN SARDELLI'S NEW POEMS                                                                   

Little Boy Blue

Little Boy Blue,
please cover your nose.
You sneezed on Miss Muffet
and ruined her clothes.
You sprayed Mother Hubbard



and now she is sick.
You put out the fire
on Jack’s candle stick.
Your sneeze is the reason
why Humpty fell down.
You drenched Yankee Doodle
when he came to town.
The blind mice are angry!
The sheep are upset!
From now on use tissues
so no one gets wet!


I Never

I never put my things away.
I never dust my room.
I never fix the things I break.
I never use a broom.
I never take the garbage out.
I never buy the food.
I never clean the table tops.
I never scrub the floors.
I never turn the TV off.
I never lock the doors.
I never wash the dinner plates.
I never say a word.
I never knew that life would be
so easy for a bird!



A Secret

It’s OK to tell a secret
to a dolphin or a seal,
but a pig cannot be trusted,
for a pig will always squeal!



DARREN SARDELLI'S OLD POEMS

The Silliest Teacher in School

Our teacher gave detention
to the fountains in the hall.
She handed extra homework
to the artwork on the wall.

We saw her point a finger
at a banner and a sign.
She said their bad behavior
was completely out of line.

The principal approached her
and said, “What is all this fuss?
I heard you tried to punish
all the tires on a bus.

You’ve made the teachers angry
by disrupting all their classes,
So if you want to keep this job,
you have to wear your glasses!”



My Dog Ate My Essay

My doggy ate my essay,
he picked up all my mail.
He cleaned my dirty closet
and dusted with his tail.

He straightened out my posters
and swept my wooden floor.
My parents almost fainted when
he fixed my bedroom door.

I did not try to stop him.
He made my windows shine.
My room looked like a palace.
My jackets smelled like pine.

He fluffed up every pillow.
He folded all my clothes.
He even cleaned my fish tank with
a toothbrush and a hose.

I thought it was amazing
to see him use a broom.
I’m glad he ate my essay
on “How to Clean My Room”.



A Water Park Adventure

When Dribs was at the Water Park,
he went on all the rides.
He swam in all the swimming pools
and slid down all the slides.
He ran around and shouted out,
“This place is really cool!”
But Dribs turned red when someone said,
“Your suit is in the pool!”



Twenty Bucks

When I asked dad for twenty bucks,
he said, “Lets make a deal.
I’ll give you money only if
you eat a healthy meal.”
I found him sitting on the couch
before I went to bed.
I looked into his tired eyes
and this is what I said:

“I finished all my vegetables.
The carrots tasted great!
I ate the piece of celery
that mom put on my plate.
The eggplant was delicious
and the string beans were divine.
The peppers were fantastic
and the broccoli was fine.
The giant baked potato
was the highlight of my night.
The juicy red tomato
filled my belly with delight.”

My dad said he was proud of me
and handed me the cash.
I hope he doesn't find out
all this food is in the trash!



Dr. Invention

Dr. Invention invented a light
that helps people see in the dark.
He also invented a merry-go-round
that spins round and round in the park.

He found a new way to catch fish in the bay
by tying a hook to a string.
He thought it was nice when he built a device
that lets you record when you sing.

Dr. Invention has many ideas.
He writes them all down in his books.
He plans to invent a triangular tent
as well as an oven that cooks.

His soda machine is a scientists dream
and his candles are strawberry scented.
I hate to inform him, but I have to warn him,
these things were already invented!




                               SRISHTI'S POEMS


ON THE CRUST


I tickle my feet,

on the lush green grass.

The sweet birds tweet,

and fly top-class.


I stare at the blue sky,

at a misty cloud.

I keep wondering why,

nature stands proud.


A gentle breeze rushes,

it brushes my cheek.

The river water gushes,

I'm unable to speak!