Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

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

Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis Poems

121. The Exiles 8/30/2012
122. The Old White Horse 8/30/2012
123. The Dove Has A Word 8/30/2012
124. Leg Theory 8/30/2012
125. The Battler 8/30/2012
126. The Wicket Cricket Critic 8/30/2012
127. The Indian Myna 8/30/2012
128. The Goldfinch 8/30/2012
129. The Magpie Lark 8/30/2012
130. 'The Yellow Tailed Thornbill' 8/30/2012
131. The Farmer's Lament 8/30/2012
132. Our Rampant Coat-Of-Arms 8/30/2012
133. The Old Brass Rail 8/30/2012
134. The League Of Youth 8/30/2012
135. The Kindly Copper 8/30/2012
136. The Kick 8/30/2012
137. There's A Good Time Coming 8/30/2012
138. This Momentous Mummery 8/30/2012
139. Kilts, Ye Ken 8/30/2012
140. The Grey Fantail 8/30/2012
141. Lorne 8/30/2012
142. Ignoramus 8/30/2012
143. Obadiah Bell 8/30/2012
144. We Mean To Say 8/30/2012
145. The Down-Hill Track 8/30/2012
146. The Little Black Cormorant 8/30/2012
147. Intangible Tigers 8/30/2012
148. Kemal - The Posh Pasha 8/30/2012
149. The Old Gunn's Gully Line 8/30/2012
150. The Oil From Bill Shane 8/30/2012
151. Warrnambool 8/30/2012
152. The Eastern Shrike-Tit 8/30/2012
153. The Listening Week 8/30/2012
154. Hoch Der Hausfrau! 8/30/2012
155. The Golden Whistler 8/30/2012
156. 'I Dips Me Lid' 8/30/2012
157. Summer Sanctuary 8/31/2012
158. The Pallid Cuckoo 8/31/2012
159. The Fool And The Fire 8/31/2012
160. How We Backed The Favourite 8/31/2012

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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Wooloomooloo (A Riddle)

Here's a ridiculous riddle for you:
How many o's are there in Woolloomooloo?
Two for the W, two for the m,
Four for the l's, and that's plenty for them.

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