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Poetry Pie

June 9, 2009
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Some of my poems are featured in the TV CBeebies’ series Poetry Pie.

Here’s a taster.

WHAT A LOT OF KETTLES!

There’s a kettle in the corner,
A kettle on the shelf,
There’s an old kind of kettle
On the cooker by itself.

There’s a kettle with a whistle,
There are lots with plugs,
There’s a kettle that is mother
To a matching pair of mugs.

There’s a kettle that is yellow,
A kettle that is green,
There’s a kettle that is metal
And the shiniest I’ve seen.

There are kettles in the kitchen
Where kettles ought to be,
But the kettle in the garden
Is a mystery to me!

Whoever threw it out there
They did it for the best;
Although the kettle’s rusty
It is now a robin’s nest.

All poems on this website © Celia Warren 2009.
For permission to reproduce or publish any material on this website please email the author at poetry_box@yahoo.co.uk.

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