Wales, Ireland and Scotland are no doubt, the separate territories and have their individual identities and borders, but still these three regions are the parts of Great Britain. When we look towards history of English literature, we see that Great Britain is the center of oldest English literature. There are countless names in English poetry that are as popular in these days as they were in their respective eras. Many famous English poets make a well-defined portion of English literature by means of their splendid work in the field of poetry and without these work, we cannot claim the English literature a complete subject. The work in English poetry is still continue and many new poets are serving this field of art in a pretty good manner. if you like to read some very beautiful English poems, don’t waste your time in random searching and look at these following funny Welsh, Irish and Scottish poems.
1. Daddy's on a diet,
Taking care with what he eats.
So I guess I should keep quiet,
That I saw him wolfing sweets!
Daddy's on a diet,
And for me it's turned out well!
As I've joined the secret feasting,
To ensure that I won't tell!
2. I'm scoffing lots of chocolate cake,
But not quite as much as I'd like!
I'm wolfing it down with a whirl of my spoon,
and it's flinging up, down, left and right!
3. In the morning when I get up,
There's this feeling in my head.
Like fuzzy little monsters
Still left over from my bed.
They grunt and growl and sneer,
And rattle all around.
Then they clamber out my ears,
Back to bed, safe and sound.
4. I'm excellent, fabulous, great as can be!
Astoundingly splendid. Yes, seriously!
I'm wickedly wondrous to such a degree,
That I'm out of this world. I can see you agree!
Breathtakingly super, a sure guarantee,
There's no one as peachy or first class as me!
Phenomenal homework comes most easily,
So why is last week's marked in red with an 'E'?
5. There once was a witch on a broom,
Who flew by the light of the moon.
But she took a wrong turn,
Just outside Bern,
And missed Halloween, the buffoon!
6. There once was a man from the moon,
Who dusted the sky with a broom.
He cleaned it at night,
To keep the lights bright,
And scooped out new stars with a spoon!
7. My robot must rate as my favorite toy,
A wonderful, whirring, mechanical joy.
My robot can talk, but he'd much rather sing,
Or go to the park and play on the swings!