Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

[C. J. Dennis] (7 September 1876 - 22 June 1938 / Auburn, South Australia)

Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis Poems

561. Healesville 8/30/2012
562. George Jones Wonders 8/29/2012
563. Echuca 8/29/2012
564. Farewell Cable Tram 8/29/2012
565. Frankenstein 8/29/2012
566. George Jones Reflects 8/29/2012
567. Fruits Of Victory 8/29/2012
568. Dust 9/1/2012
569. The Day Of Unrest 9/1/2012
570. Dogs 9/1/2012
571. Duck An' Fowl 9/3/2012
572. Flames 9/1/2012
573. Dummy Bridge 9/1/2012
574. Emily Ann 9/3/2012
575. 'Got-A-Fag' 9/3/2012
576. Grey Thrush 9/3/2012
577. Git-Yer-Gun 9/4/2012
578. Dawn 8/31/2012
579. Ep - And - Ein 8/30/2012
580. Golden Silence 8/31/2012
581. Escape 8/31/2012
582. Dandenong 8/30/2012
583. The Creed Of Old George Jones 8/30/2012
584. Ethics For Infants 8/30/2012
585. Gardeners Grouch 8/30/2012
586. Frank The Jester 8/31/2012
587. Frank And His Little Bank 8/31/2012
588. Futility 8/31/2012
589. Fred 8/31/2012
590. Glory! 8/31/2012
591. The Children Of The Sun 8/31/2012
592. The Castaway 8/31/2012
593. Happy Heathen: (With Limited Apologies To G.K.C.) 8/31/2012
594. Fiduciary Friendship 8/31/2012
595. Good Friday 8/31/2012
596. Discerning Mr. Murphy 9/6/2012
597. Echoes 9/4/2012
598. Granny Discovers Another Tiger 9/4/2012
599. The Clerk 9/4/2012
600. Dad's Philanthropic Plan 9/5/2012

Comments about Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

  • Amelia Bright (4/1/2008 3:49:00 AM)

    the reson i have looked this poem up is we are lerning it at bribie island state school it is a good poem for kids my techer learnt it 50 years ago.

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Best Poem of Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

The Ant Explorer

Once a little sugar ant made up his mind to roam-
To fare away far away, far away from home.
He had eaten all his breakfast, and he had his ma's consent
To see what he should chance to see and here's the way he went
Up and down a fern frond, round and round a stone,
Down a gloomy gully where he loathed to be alone,
Up a mighty mountain range, seven inches high,
Through the fearful forest grass that nearly hid the sky,
Out along a bracken bridge, bending in the moss,
Till he reached a dreadful desert that was feet and feet across.
'Twas a dry, deserted desert, and ...

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The Long Road Home

When I go back from Billy's place I always have to roam
The mazy road, the crazy road that leads the long way home.
Ma always says, "Why don't you come through Mr Donkin's land?
The footbridge track will bring you back." Ma doesn't understand.
I cannot go that way, you know, because of Donkin's dog;
So I set forth and travel north,, and cross the fallen log.

Last week, when I was coming by, that log had lizards in it;
And you can't say I stop to play if I just search a minute.

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