Eleanor Farjeon


Eleanor Farjeon Poems

1. Nicholas 6/27/2014
2. Little Christ Jesus 6/27/2014
3. Now Every Child 6/27/2014
4. Blind Alley 6/27/2014
5. Some Time 6/27/2014
6. The Week After 6/27/2014
7. Angelic Chorus 6/27/2014
8. Mary's Burden 6/27/2014
9. W Is For Witch 6/27/2014
10. The Quarrel 6/27/2014
11. The Witch 6/27/2014
12. Victoria 6/27/2014
13. Rules 6/27/2014
14. The Shepherd And The King 6/27/2014
15. In A Far Land Upon A Day 6/27/2014
16. Jessica Dances 12/25/2014
17. Bedtime 4/20/2015
18. The Night Will Never Stay 6/27/2014
19. Poetry 6/27/2014
20. Bad King John 6/27/2014
21. It Was Long Ago 6/27/2014
22. There Isn'T Time 6/27/2014
23. Now That You Too 6/27/2014
24. Six Green Singers 6/27/2014
25. White Horses 6/27/2014
26. The Sounds In The Evening 6/27/2014
27. Easter Monday 6/27/2014
28. Cat! 6/27/2014
29. Peace 6/27/2014
30. A Kitten 1/7/2015
31. Morning Has Broken 6/27/2014
32. The Quarrel 6/27/2014
33. Books 6/27/2014
34. Cats Sleep Anywhere 6/27/2014

Comments about Eleanor Farjeon

  • 11233 (2/26/2018 8:22:00 AM)

    Love her, she is the best

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  • 11223 (1/29/2018 9:23:00 AM)

    she made great poems

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Best Poem of Eleanor Farjeon

Cats Sleep Anywhere

Cats sleep, anywhere,
Any table, any chair
Top of piano, window-ledge,
In the middle, on the edge,
Open drawer, empty shoe,
Anybody's lap will do,
Fitted in a cardboard box,
In the cupboard, with your frocks-
Anywhere! They don't care!
Cats sleep anywhere.

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The Week After

The Week After
Thou that diest, Thou that never diest,
Thy day of birth has come ande Highest!
And Earth has sung Peace and Goodwill to men!

And some have feasted, and still more have fasted,
But in the week that now has slipped behind
The movement was a warm one while it lasted,
And the hearts of men were willing to be kind.

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