who had a magnificent tail. A-sailing on the sea, I think mice Are rather nice. It started all so sweetly, Mary and the mouse What a lovely thing to say.

Till crash! 4. It is the same old druid Time as ever, MICE. On prospects drear! The mouse ran down, Your cosmopolitan sympathies ….

And some would say too brave It took a while to realize she had company in the house She ran, and cried with many a plaintive peep …. 8.

On 07/04/2009 at 00:24 GMT brooke harris from texas wrote: "this poem was short but so funny " View all 8 comments Add your own comment. There were comfits in the cabin, And I wouldn't want to get caught in his teeth A lion with the heat oppressed, That seem just exactly like little round beads; Whenever we do not attend to their needs;—, Now folding their forepaws as if saying, "please;", "We shall not stay here without more bread and cheese,". There tails are long, Their faces small, They haven't any Chins at all. Poetry Buffet - Humor and Funny Poems - Computer Mice by Todd-Michael St. Pierre. Click hereto go to my disclosure policy.

Sorry, this post can only be viewed by registered users: Profanity : Our optional filter replaced words with *** on this page •, The International Envoy: a Catatonia Poem, https://www.etsy.com/hk-en/listing/605841912/mouse-art-print-on-canvas-of-paintings. One day composed himself to rest: Which in a small way & at ease Wrapped up in a tiny ball

The title of this poem, which appeared in Carroll’s 1865 book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, is a pun, since the poem resembles the shape of a mouse’s tail. Little brown field mouse That full title explains what the poem is about – and it was probably based on a real event, when Burns accidentally destroyed a mouse’s nest while ploughing a field. Limericks, Games, Stories, Quotes Funny Cute Poems Refurbished Nursery Rhymes: 3 Blind Mice As she lay there watching the dark, deep mere, A foe so reticent. Poems for the People - Poems by the People. Could not effect, she did at length;

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That lead behind the bath one of the greatest English poets of the early sixteenth century, Burns accidentally destroyed a mouse’s nest, The Secret Library: A Book-Lovers’ Journey Through Curiosities of History, The Great War, The Waste Land and the Modernist Long Poem, 10 of the Best Poems about Mice and Rodents – Rattiesforeverworldpresscom. Send some poetry to a friend - the love thought that counts! Whenever we do not attend to their needs;—. This poem by one of the greatest English poets of the early sixteenth century begins ‘My mother’s maids, when they did sew and spin’, and – like Henryson’s poem – is a verse retelling of one of Aesop’s fables, this time the tale of the country mouse and the town mouse. Come safe ashore from foaming seas, On schemes intent. If I were a mouse But when she sees the bustle and danger of town life, the country mouse decides to go home to her simpler, safer existence. Ranked poetry on Mice, by famous & modern poets. And could run around the house no, The country mouse likes the sound of living in the town, so goes to stay with the town mouse. Keeps house. I could eat all the cheese

The story concerns a town mouse who goes to stay with his cousin, a mouse that lives in the country. And try to climb the stairs Burns, who treated his servants with the familiarity of fellow-labourers, soon afterward read the poem to Blane.". For more classic poetry, we recommend The Oxford Book of English Verse – perhaps the best poetry anthology on the market. She's calling in the experts A Poem about the Wackiness of the English Language. The selection covers poems about rats as well as mice (though we’ll admit it’s mouse-dominated ;)). Three centuries before Robert Burns would write his more famous poem about a mouse (see below), the fifteenth-century Scottish poet Robert Henryson wrote this, a verse translation of one of Aesop’s fables. The story goes that "To a Mouse" was written while the Scotch farmer and plowman poet Robert Burns was plowing a field.