Reading Books


Reading Books

Hello friends!
Today’s poem is a little cheesy. Yep, I admit it! It doesn’t have much of a deep meaning. Not too much to read between the lines. I wrote this one for an assembly at class, and our topic was ‘Reading Books.’ So it is a little more of a “Read it and liked it” kind of poem more than the usual “Read it and still thinking about it.” My classmates kind of loved it though!
It isn’t too bad though. Here hoes….

When you want lasting joy
You don’t need a children’s toy
The thing for which you need to look
Is just a simple story book
And when you start, Oh My, Oh My,
Books shall definitely satisfy!
Dissolving into world of dreams
As you read your smile beams
Books on shelves line by line
All of them are simply divine!
In castles kings and queens do dwell
Pirates hunt for treasure as well
Weird splotches of fuzzy blue light
Stars gleaming in the deep blue night.
JK Rowling’s wizardry
Roald Dahl’s fascinating fantasy
Famous cookbooks for the kitchens
Grasping stories by Mr Dickens
Blyton tales better than one could
Geronimo Stiltion as good as good!
In Jane Austen’s tales we are lost
Enrapturing verses by Robert Frost.
Reading ignites inside us a fire
Books fill our hearts desire.

My Book Of Poetic Beauty


My Book Of Poetic Beauty

My book of poetic beauty
Is not a bunch of rhymes
‘Tis the book of my best achievements
And the book of my darkest crimes

My book of poetic beauty
Is not straw to gold
‘Tis just my feelings to words
And I’d like them to be told.

My book of poetic beauty
Is not book of bustle ‘n’ hastle
‘Tis the book of my thoughts, goals and dreams
Which form my soul’s poetic castle.

My book of poetic beauty
Has no end nor a start
It ain’t a book at all
But my beloved mind and heart.

Ewww… Gross Food Facts

Ever think you were good at gross stuff? Well, lets see if you are any match for these….

DID YOU KNOW? In Boudin, an expensive wedding feast would probably be camel, stuffed with sheep, stuffed with chickens, stuffed with fish. :p

The original recipie of baked beans include bear fat and maple syrup. 😯 .

In Indonesia, deep fried monkey toes are eaten by sucking the meat straight of the bone. Ew.

In Sweden and Norway, roast reindeer is a national dish.

Orungutan lips used to be a delicacy in Ancient Vietnam. Ugh.

Soft ice-cream of the type sold in ice cream vans is given it’s slithery smoothness by seaweed extract.

In France, calf eyes are soaked in water, boiled and finally deep fried in breadcrumbs.

Ewww– I nearly puked when I heard these. But yet hungry for more? (The facts, not the food mentioned) Look for the book named 1001 horrible facts by Anne Rooney. If you cant find it, post to me on this article or on the Talk Page. But I doubt it- these facts are TOTALLY GROOOOOOSSSS!!!