Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

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

Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis Poems

321. The Bleating Of The Sheep 9/5/2012
322. Langwidge 9/5/2012
323. Suburbia 9/5/2012
324. The Hymn 9/5/2012
325. War Song 9/5/2012
326. Our Black Brudder 9/5/2012
327. It Was Never Contemplated 9/5/2012
328. The Anti-Socialist 9/5/2012
329. The Kid 9/5/2012
330. On The Road To Jericho 9/5/2012
331. Hundreds And Thousands 9/5/2012
332. Jones M.P. 9/5/2012
333. In The First Elective Ministry 9/5/2012
334. The Faithless Fantods 9/5/2012
335. The Dream And The Cup 9/5/2012
336. The Alternative - 1908 9/5/2012
337. The Holy Constitution 9/5/2012
338. The Mendicants 9/5/2012
339. The March 9/5/2012
340. K'shoo 9/5/2012
341. The Lovers 9/6/2012
342. The High Priest 9/6/2012
343. The Fowl 9/6/2012
344. Wanderers Lost 9/6/2012
345. Hopeful Hawkins 9/6/2012
346. The Baker 9/6/2012
347. The Boys Out There 9/6/2012
348. Jim's Girl 9/6/2012
349. The Bore 9/6/2012
350. Introduction: Rose Of Spadgers 9/6/2012
351. Roamin' Free 9/6/2012
352. The Mystic 9/5/2012
353. Waiting 9/4/2012
354. The Ballad Of Bill's Breeches 9/4/2012
355. Toolangi 9/4/2012
356. The Bridge Across The Crick 9/4/2012
357. The Invalid 9/4/2012
358. The Reaper In The Bush 9/3/2012
359. To A Dead Mate 9/1/2012
360. Immune 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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Old Farmer Jack

Old farmer Jack gazed on his wheat,
And feared the frost would nip it.
Said he, "it's nearly seven feet -
I must begin to strip 'it.

He stripped it with a stripper and
He bagged it with a bagger;
The bags were all so lumpy that
They made the bumper stagger.

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