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You could make the words of a homework poem great words to live by. Here are a few of the best homework poems that you could recall when it comes to this tough subject. These come in various forms and will encourage you to think a little more about the ways how you are:
Why I Didn’t Do My Homework One of the best funny homework poems entails thinking ab out homework in general: I can say that I didn’t do my homework Or I could say something else instead I could say that my dog ate it Or that it was lost in a spread I could argue that my homework went missing And say that it was in a bend But either way no matter what I say I am surely going to end up dead.
Eating Homework For Breakfast The next funny poem on homework is about getting ready for the day: I thought I ate my homework With a nice side of grapes But that excuse was anything But the best type of escape But while I thought I ate it I made the ultimate sin I took that piece of paper And threw it in the trash bin.
Not Having Homework You don’t need to make overly long funny poems about homework, as this one shows: I wish to have no homework, for it would be great A day without stress, I cannot wait But as I enjoy a day full of rest The next morning, there comes a sudden pop test.
The Dog Ate It Here’s another of the best funny school poems about homework, this time about one of the most popular excuses around: The dog, he comes along He sees what looks like a big block of cheese Something white and vibrant. Maybe mozzarella? A delicious treat, but it’s surprisingly thin He eats and eats, and he loves the taste tints Blue tones, some pinkish features, lots of stuff A lovely treat for the taste buds Best of all, it is not all that filling It takes a bit to consume though. But the flavor is worth it But soon, the young kid is upset Tears start flowing and worries come about But at least we know where the homework went.
The Acronym The last of the homework poems to read involves how homework may be used as an acronym. As it turns out, sometimes the best funny poems about homework entail the true to life things that you might enter when completing homework. H is for Hassle, a burden to see Far too difficult of a task for me O is for Official, as that is what I must do But even with that work, my feelings are so blue M is for Messy, so complex and tough All of my notes are far too rough E is for Easy, as least that’s what I wish All these problems are harder than a vegetable dish W is for Worry, a point which I feel The worry of missing a deadline is real O is for Original, that’s what my work is to be Although a calculator or Wikipedia works best for me R is for Ridiculous, the amount that I get I haven’t had a day off this year yet K is for Krazy, and I know it was misspelled wrong But I probably messed up my homework all along
Other Great Poems There are some other entertaining poems worth taking a look at. These include amusing poems that are all about homework and can be found at poemhunter.com:
- Homework, Oh Homework! by Jack Prelutsky
- Homework by Jack Kerouac
- The Homework Machine by Shel Silverstein
- Why Do I Hate My Homework? by Anthony Pham
- Science Homework by Kenn Nesbitt
- Homework by Faith Long
Of course, there are plenty of other great poems about homework worth looking at. It is interesting to see how well homework can inspire so many people to write about it and what they like and usually don’t like about it. A Final Word Are these funny poems about homework ones in which you can relate? Maybe you thought these homework poems were great. But whether or not you plan to rhyme, a good poem for your thoughts is always worth the time.
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I turned the flame up nice and hot and tossed my binder in the pot. I sprinkled in my book report with colored markers by the quart.
Despite its putrid , noxious gas, I proudly took my stew to class. And though the smell was so grotesque , I set it on my teacher’s desk.
My teacher said, “You’re quite a chef. But, still, you’re going to get an F. I didn’t ask for ‘homework stew,’ I said, ‘Tomorrow, homework’s due.'”
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School, School, School, A school is not so cool We're here 5 days a week 8 hours a day. ...
Homage to Kenneth Koch If I were doing my Laundry I'd wash my dirty Iran ...
My pants could maybe fall down when I dive off the diving board. My nose could maybe keep growing and never quit. Miss Brearly could ask me to spell words like stomach and special. (Stumick and speshul?) ...
Homework! Oh, Homework! I hate you! You stink! I wish I could wash you away in the sink, if only a bomb ...
A seated statue of himself he seems. A bronze slowness becomes him. Patently The page he contemplates he doesn't see. ...
For my poems, my friend Valsa George has a hunger. She’s over fifty, but, compared to me, she is younger. She suggested I write about ‘the advantages of being old’. It’s a challenge, but, Valsa, on this idea you have sold...... ...
I started on my homework but my pen ran out of ink. My hamster ate my homework. My computer's on the blink. ...
They never teach you this at school; they'll try to teach you reading, writing, 'rithmetic in their own instructed ways; ...
Ricky was 'L' but he's home with the flu, Lizzie, our 'O,' had some homework to do, Mitchell, 'E' prob'ly got lost on the way, ...
You "adults", you exasperate me with your evasions and delays. You're going to have to change some of the ways that you behave. ...
is what we called her. The story was that her father had thrown Drano at her which was probably true, given the way she slouched through fifth grade, afraid of the world, recess ...
The Homework Machine, Oh, the Homework Machine, Most perfect contraption that's ever been seen. ...
I cannot relax and read a book There is always dinner to cook I cannot think of staring into space I may miss a chance in the rat race ...
Now I was hangin' round Nashville writin' songs and playin' 'em for all of the stars Watchin' 'em laugh and hand 'em back livin' on hope and ...
I was then a young boy of ten. Was doing homework, before the afternoon game. The door was closed but the window open, When I nearly finished, came a surprise, sudden. ...
Why do I hate my homework? It is a pest like a brother Or a sister of another It is like a very boring book ...
Ever since I set foot in school for my new academic year It looks like luck has abandoned me My bus came late to pick me up for school So guess who is punished, me! ...
You know that if there was one thing, That you could take from school, It wouldn't be art or math or history, It would be work. ...
"Good morning, dear students," the principal said. "Please put down your pencils and go back to bed. Today we will spend the day playing outside, then take the whole school on a carnival ride. ...
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Artwork is beyond homework. My home is for this little residence; my art is for that giant world. ...
Rule Number One: "Always have your name." ...
We will never use mobile phone and other screen While in car, family, meal, and homework routine. ...
Fields of wild flowers in summer bloom, turquoise skies and trees of oak and beech which I fought the imagined enemy's from, I was Geronimo fighting off the 7th calvary, flying off arrows in all directions. That afternoon I was a commando in my dugout hole with a midden bin lid to hide in winning World War 2 with my pals George and James, when I got home I had my supper and a bath and I was Michael again with homework to do for Monday morning. Michael Cochrane © ...
Equations, Simultaneous! ! ...
Let me explain the difference between confidence and arrogance. A kid eats a popsicle, shares one with his brother, does his homework and kisses mommy goodnight- that's confidence. ...
E is for effort Required at school Hardly accepted But gthe scirge of the fool ...
........ Mrs. Blangleberger, ma'am, sir. ...
Hey! Are you waiting forthe holidays If yes, then don't worry as they are very near Here comes are new session, here comes May But, what is this fear which drives you away ...
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The first of the funny school poems deals with those brave and underpaid souls who spend their days on the front lines, substituting for absent teachers. I think they deserve a special poem, just for them. Don't you?
Substitute Hurray! We heard our teacher cannot be with us today. Instead, we'll have a substitute. (We'll make her earn her pay.)
Michael will throw spit wads, and Brandon will eat chalk. Patrick will poke David, and all of us will talk.
We smiled and laughed with pleasure as these thoughts filled every head, until we found our teacher sent the principal instead!
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The Dog Ate My Homework The dog ate my homework just like it was kibble. He started up slow with a cute little nibble and then scarfed it down with a burp and a snort. How was he to know that my special report was due here this morning precisely at 8:00. So now it is eaten. I'm sorry it's late. But what can you do when your dog needs a snack and your stapled report comes under attack? I told him to stop but he just wouldn't mind. When my dog is hungry, he's not very kind. I'll bring it tomorrow, and you'll see it then. So long as my dog isn't hungry again.
Funny School Poem Number Three
Yes, I Ate His Homework Yes, I ate his homework. You think I'm a liar! So kind of you, teacher, to go and inquire. It's just that when hungry, despite what you think, there's nothing more tasty than paper and ink, unless it's some slippers or brand-new soft shoes, or maybe a sheet of some basted raw chews. I ate all the homework and part of the couch. There's so much to eat and I'm hardly a slouch. So that is my story. I'll swear that it's true. Excuse me for now, I have text books to chew.
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Science Day A monkey came for science day with people from the zoo, who showed us slides of chimps and apes and told us what they do.
The monkey stayed around a while and made himself a pest. And worst of all: he scored much higher than me on our test!
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I cooked my math book in a broth and stirred it to a steaming froth. I threw in papers—pencils, too— to make a pot of homework stew. I turned the flame up nice and hot and tossed my binder in the pot. I sprinkled in my book report with colored markers by the quart. Despite its putrid, noxious gas, I proudly took my stew to class. And though the smell was so grotesque, I set it on my teacher’s desk. My teacher said, “You’re quite a chef. But, still, you’re going to get an F. I didn’t ask for ‘homework stew,’ I said, ‘Tomorrow, homework’s due.'” “Homework Stew” copyright © 2005 Kenn Nesbitt. All Rights Reserved. Published in When the Teacher Isn’t Looking . Reprinted by permission of the author. www.poetry4kids.com
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Homework Homework oh' homework All kids say it stinks, They say they wont do it, but that it would disappear once they blink, They say who invented it; and who brung it forth, They say they wish teachers would stop giving it, And all though I agree Homework is a good thing, It will help you, you'll see It will help tomorrow, today,
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The next funny poem on homework is about getting ready for the day: I thought I ate my homework With a nice side of grapes But that excuse was anything But the best type of escape But while I thought I ate it I made the ultimate sin I took that piece of paper And threw it in the trash bin. Not Having Homework
I started on my homework but my pen ran out of ink. My hamster ate my homework. My computer’s on the blink. I accidentally dropped it in the soup my mom was cooking. My brother flushed it down the toilet when I wasn’t looking. My mother ran my homework through the washer and the dryer. An airplane crashed into our house. My homework caught on fire.
I threw in papers—pencils, too— to make a pot of homework stew. I turned the flame up nice and hot and tossed my binder in the pot. I sprinkled in my book report with colored markers by the quart. Despite its putrid, noxious gas, I proudly took my stew to class. And though the smell was so grotesque, I set it on my teacher’s desk.
Read Poem Homework Allen Ginsberg Homage to Kenneth Koch If I were doing my Laundry I'd wash my dirty Iran ... Read Poem Fifteen, Maybe Sixteen Things To Worry About Judith Viorst My pants could maybe fall down when I dive off the diving board. My nose could maybe keep growing and never quit.
Funny School Poem Number Two The Dog Ate My Homework The dog ate my homework just like it was kibble. He started up slow with a cute little nibble and then scarfed it down with a burp and a snort. How was he to know that my special report was due here this morning precisely at 8:00. So now it is eaten. I'm sorry it's late. But what can you do
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No More Homework! No More Tests! includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book. These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets, including Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, David L. Harrison, Colin McNaughton, Carol Diggory Shields, Kalli Dakos, and Bruce Lansky.
Making homework stew is not quite what the teacher had in mind. This funny children’s poem shows what can happen when we mishear something. Famous poet Kenn Nesbitt writes humorous poetry for children, and he served as the Children’s Poet Laureate from 2013-2015. Featured Shared Story No Stories yet, You can be the first! Share your story! (0)