Monday, December 1, 2014

The Owl And The Pussy-Cat Comments

Rating: 3.5
The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea
In a beautiful pea green boat,
They took some honey, and plenty of money,
Wrapped up in a five pound note.

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COMMENTS
Bharati Nayak 29 March 2021
Lovely poem that takes me to my childhood days! It is really how innocently children believe that animals talk to one another and an owl and a cat can marry and they need a wedding ring.Loved Edward Lear's poems.
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mr. ssssp yan 05 January 2021
very good poem for kids
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Jude P. 04 February 2020
I'm not normally very good at " seeing" a picture of a poem, but even without a picture book, I can see this. It's one of my favourite poems and my cat purrs when I recite it to him. He's not so keen on " Jabberwocky" though, which is also one of my favourites.
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Jude P. 04 February 2020
I'm not generally very good at " seeing" a poem through its words, but this one really makes pictures in my mind. It's one of my favourite poems and my cat purrs when I recite it to him.
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Rhoda Simpson 27 October 2019
First heard this poem in grade school. Remberef most of it sorry the don't read poems in school anymore.children are missing a lot of good things in school today. I rembered it and I am 82 years young.
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paige 27 May 2019
so lovely. makes me remember my mom reading it to me. and then i read it to my children.
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Paul Amrod 29 April 2019
I read this poem in the first class with Miss Karen Cullen. She was my first grade teacher in 1957. She allowed me, as a left handed person, to turn my paper to the other side. God bless her and Edward Lear.
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Paul Amrod 29 April 2019
I read this poem in the first class with Miss Karen Cullen. She was my first grade teacher in 1957. She allowed me, as a left handed person, to turn my parer to the other side. God bless her and Edward Lear.
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lebr0n james 11 January 2019
a real classic poem so beautifull
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the caterpiller 17 September 2018
hello, all the commenter
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ajaxalan 18 May 2018
All good. and I loved the cat one.
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Rod Mendieta 29 September 2017
One of the best nonsense poems ever. Just clean, plain wacky fun!
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Susan Williams 15 February 2018
I came. I read. I really enjoyed the ending, my dear Rod!
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Rod Mendieta 29 September 2017
Why, sure it is a beauty! It's a classic! I'm sure all Brits have heard it before at least once. I remember there was a stage version performed on a river barge at the time of the London Olympics. I love it for many reasons, not the least because it's just plain fun in its inimitable naive way.
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M Asim Nehal 23 November 2016
A fantastic marriage story.....
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Monica Engeler 31 March 2006
This was a great poem. Reminds me of the fairytales I read as I was growing up. Lots of fun to read. Your a great story teller. Monica
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Steve 25 April 2019
He died in the 19th century, so there's no point addressing him directly.
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Aya Steven 18 October 2005
I like this poem very much and I recommend it for any humourous poetry lovers and its kind of great for reciting.
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Kim Barney 12 June 2015
Kind of great? Never heard that before!
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