My Teacher Ate My Homework Poem

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Now, given that the teacher cannot dispute these things, isn’t it plausible that you are telling the truth?Why would you have used such a cliche if it wasn’t the truth?

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Animals Biography Birds Books Cats Colors Dogs Family Fish Food Free Verse Haiku Halloween History Holidays Home Humorous Insects Love Mammals Marsupials Mathematics Mollusks Monster Music Nature Ocean Onomatopoeia People Pets Poetry Reptiles Rhyming School Science Seasons Sleep Spooky Sports Technology Water Weather Wordplay Words Writing by Bruce Lansky I’m glad to say my homework’s done. Altogether he has written or edited 20 humorous poetry and song books which have sold about 4 million copies.

The title refers to Lansky’s popular website: Giggle Poetry and also refers to the third poetry book Lansky ever published: .

I decided to give it a try, and since this was back in the day before the Internet, I never realized there was a whole kidlit world out there!

I wrote and submitted for a couple of years, with no publishing success.

I knew I couldn’t write a story about a dog eating homework — much too cliché — so I thought a snake eating everything in sight could be funny.

A lot of the poems and stories I write start with a rhythmic sentence that pops into my head.

You admit that, while it is a cliche, cliches, idioms and metaphors have a root in truth.

At one time someone’s dog must have eaten their homework.

” I sprinkled pepper near the fan; it floated on the breeze. Having only one published picture book, I’m not quite ready to quit my day job, where I’m a teacher of deaf/hard of hearing students. I’ve been a rhyming (and punning) fool for as long as I can remember!

I would love to write full-time and get my kid-fix by doing school visits — maybe some day . I have always loved writing goofy rhymes and song parodies, but I didn’t think of writing picture books until I started reading them to my sons.


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