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06/10/2011 Limerick 1 Roger Stevens http://poetryzone.woodshed.co.uk/index2.htm

 

There was a young woman called Toot

Who was brilliant at Trivial Pursuit…

 

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06/10/2011 Limerick 2 Roger Stevens http://poetryzone.woodshed.co.uk/index2.htm

 

A girl on the shore of Loch More

Said, "Who wants to play Connect 4?".......

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06/10/2011 Poem 1 Caroline Lawrence - Dead Man's Hand http://www.romanmysteries.com/

I'd been in the bar since a quarter past ten

Playing draw poker with four other men

Inside the saloon it was clammy & cold

I didn't care; I was warmed by that gold.

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06/10/2011 Poem 4 Kenn Nesbitt http://www.poetry4kids.com/

Can you come over to my house today?

I've got a game we should probably play.

Everything's ready. I've got it all set.

Somebody said it's the greatest game yet.

 

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06/10/2011 Poem 3 Jacob Sam-LaRose Learning How To Play http://jacobsamlarose.com/

 

Begin with what you know: how there is craft 

in everything, the way the foot must fall

for goal, and how the breath must slave, 

how vision opens up or tightens down 

to pinpoint, how the game becomes the all, 

how much there is to…

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06/10/2011 Poem 5 Phillip Wells, The Fire Poet http://www.thefirepoet.com/home.html

.With this game the main aim

is to name the flame within, to spin

the bottle full throttle and ignite

to feel the catherine wheels

of night shoot their spinning fires in

gyres to leap out of the funeral pyre

of your heart into the living…

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06/10/2011 Poem 2 Dave Cryer The Ballad of Daisy Dean http://www.davecryer.co.uk/

Writing tips from Dave – follow the rules or break the rules – you’ll have a poem either way:

 

  • A ballad is a poem that tells a story
  • Each stanza is a quatrain – four lines
  • Lines one and three have eight syllables – they don’t rhyme
  • Lines two and four have six syllables – they do rhyme
  • Mine is written in the past tense
  • My idea for Daisy is that she would want to get into the school team and eventually play…
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