Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

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

Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis Poems

681. A Duty Done - 1933 8/30/2012
682. A Digger's Tale 3/21/2012
683. Anzac 8/31/2012
684. A Blind Man In The Street 8/31/2012
685. Half A Man 3/21/2012
686. Green Walls 8/30/2012
687. Growing Pains 8/30/2012
688. The Swagman 1/1/2004
689. Galloping Horses 8/28/2012
690. The Crusaders 9/3/2012
691. An Echo From Africa 8/29/2012
692. A Ballad Of Freedom 9/4/2012
693. A Ballad For Elderly Kids 9/4/2012
694. Distrust Appearances 8/30/2012
695. Wooloomooloo (A Riddle) 1/1/2004
696. You And I 1/1/2004
697. The Drovers 1/1/2004
698. A Dogs' View 8/30/2012
699. Cuppacumalonga 1/1/2004
700. The Triantiwontigongolope 1/1/2004
701. The Music Of Your Voice 1/1/2004
702. Our Cow 1/1/2004
703. The Axeman 1/1/2004
704. Bird Song 1/1/2004
705. The Famine And The Feast 1/1/2004
706. Old Black Jacko 1/1/2004
707. The Austral-Aise 1/1/2004
708. Lullaby 1/1/2004
709. Polly Dibbs 1/1/2004
710. The Looking Glass 1/1/2004
711. The Long Road Home 1/1/2004
712. The I'D Like To Be........ Series 1/1/2004
713. The Dawn Dance 1/1/2004
714. Old Farmer Jack 1/1/2004
715. The Band 1/1/2004
716. A Cricket Casualty 8/29/2012
717. Going To School 1/1/2004
718. The Circus 1/1/2004
719. Growing Up 1/1/2004
720. Hist! 1/1/2004

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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You And I

They say the eagle is a bird
That sees some splendid sights
When he soars high into the sky
Upon his dizzy flights:
He sees the ground for miles around
Our house, and Billy Johnson's;
But we can not be Eagles, for
That would, of course, be nonsense.

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