Sharon Jane Lansbury
Sharon Jane Lansbury Poems
|1.||Kind And Useful Slugs||1/22/2014|
|3.||Clarissa And Daughter||1/22/2014|
|4.||Ooops Sorry! My Mistake!||1/22/2014|
|5.||Brian Is Six||1/22/2014|
|7.||The Greedy Centipede||1/22/2014|
|8.||Henry Wilmer At The Dentist||1/22/2014|
|9.||Polly Sprocket's New Hair-Do||1/22/2014|
|10.||Super Model Mouse||1/22/2014|
|11.||Gloria Gets A Fright||1/22/2014|
|12.||Instruction Manuals Are Written For A Purpose||1/22/2014|
|13.||Lucy Dora Stuck In Flora||1/22/2014|
|14.||Forget Me Knot||1/22/2014|
|17.||A Gruesome Discovery!||1/22/2014|
|18.||The Ladybirds Who Have No Spots||1/22/2014|
I snuggled with my book in bed,
a feather pillow for my head,
when something strange materialised
right there before my very eyes!
A troop of creatures fairly small
across my eiderdown they crawled,
they marched up to my book to see
if they might have a word with me!
Their leader said, in tiny tones:
‘listen up you lazy bones! ’
I gazed down at the crowd before me,
half a million, then add forty!
‘Well? ’ I said. ‘What’s wrong with you?
Do you want to hear this story too? ’
‘Darn and blast you! ’ he cried in fright:
‘You keep ...
Goodness me! What do I see?
Upon a snail, a leafy tree!
And on that fence, why how absurd!
There sits a happy, singing bird!
Then said the snail: ‘I beg your pardon,
you’re looking at my new roof garden! ’
‘Well truly such a lovely sight
it must have taken all your might? ’