This is not a book review. My teacher Mrs. S said that each month, she will give us some poems and we have choose one, memorize it and then recite it in the class. For September, I chose:
Rules by Karla Kushkin
Do not jump on ancient uncles.
Do not yell at average mice.
Do not wear a broom to breakfast.
Do not ask a snake’s advice.
Do not bathe in chocolate pudding.
Do not talk to bearded bears.
Do not smoke cigars in sofas.
Do not dance on velvet chairs.
Do not take a whale to visit
Russell’s mother’s cousin’s yacht.
And whatever else you do do
It is better you
I liked this poem a lot, so I wanted to write one like this. Ladies and Gentlemen, presenting another version of Rules, written by Gravity Ninja! Leave a comment below to let me know what you think of my poem, please!
Rules (Version 2) by Gravity Ninja
Do not take an ant to picnic.
Do not pack a selfish bag.
Do not play these with a snail,
Racing, jumping, swinging and tag.
Do not skip with an active monkey
Do not fly in a gigantic beehive.
Do not go bowling with an athletic tiger.
Do not take a shark for a dive.
Do not sneak your pet cobra to a
party where no snakes are allowed.
And whatever rules you might break,
You better not be