Here at Kent Therapy Clinic we love a bit of poetry...Poetry can mean so much, whether you love a particular author of poetry and prose, or if you have a favourite song because of its lyrics....we'd love to hear from you telling us which one is your favourite and why!
Does anyone remember this beautiful poem, by Enid Blyton...?
When the moon was blue,
the sea was made of lemonade,
and my boat was a raspberry bun.
All the trees were golden cheese,
which melted in the sun.
I went to school in a swimming pool,
with a teacher who was a seal.
I dressed up in a banana skin,
with a hat of orange peal.
My house had feet and roamed the street,
to a different place each night.
It got up and ran past the garbage man,
and gave him a terrible fright.
All kinds of flowers rained for hours,
until the city looked like a fair.
People had roses under their noses,
and daffodils in their hair.
I was allowed to choose some special shoes,
which walked on walls and ceilings.
I went up like a fly 10 stories high,
it was a fantastic feeling.
My wooden bed was a rocket ship instead,
and it took off one afternoon.
On a long flight which lasted the night,
and landed me on the moon.
When the moon was blue.
~ This was one of my favourite poems as a child. What poetry or song lyrics do you really love...?
Emma Evans runs Kent Therapy Clinic and also helps coach other therapists in her spare time when she's not seeing clients at her busy practice. This blog is full of useful articles and interesting facts to do with therapy in general. Please feel free to add your comments to the blog.