Alan Alexander Milne

(18 January 1882 – 31 January 1956 / Kilburn, London)

Alan Alexander Milne Poems

1. The Wrong House 1/18/2012
2. Twice Times 1/18/2012
3. Forgotten 1/18/2012
4. Solitude 1/18/2012
5. From: Gold Braid 1/18/2012
6. Water Lilies 1/18/2012
7. From A Full Heart 1/18/2012
8. Pinkle Purr 1/18/2012
9. Swing Song 1/18/2012
10. Tra-La-La, Tra-La-La 1/18/2012
11. Sand-Between-The-Toes 1/18/2012
12. The Friend 1/18/2012
13. Tails 1/18/2012
14. Furry Bear 1/18/2012
15. Spring Morning 1/18/2012
16. In The Fashion 1/18/2012
17. Daffodowndilly 1/18/2012
18. Vespers 1/18/2012
19. Forgiven 1/18/2012
20. Waiting At The Window 1/18/2012
21. The Mirror 1/18/2012
22. The Knight Whose Armour Didn'T Squeak 1/18/2012
23. Sneezles 1/18/2012
24. The Four Friends 1/18/2012
25. The Three Foxes 1/18/2012
26. Jonathan Jo 1/18/2012
27. Halfway Down 1/18/2012
28. Cottleston Pie 1/18/2012
29. Puppy And I 1/18/2012
30. Twinkletoes 1/1/2004
31. Market Square 1/1/2004
32. The Morning Walk 1/1/2004
33. Brownie 1/1/2004
34. Independence 1/1/2004
35. Come Out With Me 1/1/2004
36. The Christening 1/1/2004
37. Hoppity 1/1/2004
38. Lines And Squares 1/1/2004
39. Politeness 1/1/2004
40. Buckingham Palace 1/1/2004

Comments about Alan Alexander Milne

  • David Robinson (1/1/2014 8:53:00 AM)

    This poem is incomplete. There is a stanza which begins: - Now teddy as was only right slept in the ottoman at night and crowded in with him as well...

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  • Rachel Fraser-burton (2/13/2008 7:08:00 AM)

    My Dad used to read these poems to me when I was young. They used to send me to sleep because they are writen with perfect rhythm. Although I am now fourteen I still love these poems; they remind me of my Dad and can be read on many different levels. If people disagree could I please ask them not to post offensive comments they may upset some people. I have no problem with you having an opinion I would just prefer you to keep them to yourself if you are going to be rude. Thank you.

Best Poem of Alan Alexander Milne

Disobedience

James James
Morrison Morrison
Weatherby George Dupree
Took great
Care of his Mother,
Though he was only three.
James James Said to his Mother,
"Mother," he said, said he;
"You must never go down
to the end of the town,
if you don't go down with me."

James James
Morrison's Mother
Put on a golden gown.
James James Morrison's Mother
Drove to the end of the town.
James James Morrison's Mother
Said to herself, said she:
"I can get right down
to the end of the town
and be back in time for tea."

King John
Put up a ...

Read the full of Disobedience

Wind On The Hill

No one can tell me,
Nobody knows,
Where the wind comes from,
Where the wind goes.

It's flying from somewhere
As fast as it can,
I couldn't keep up with it,
Not if I ran.

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