Hello!

“Hello!  Hello!  Hello!  Hello!  Hello!”
the robot said,
“Hello! Hello!  Hello!  Hello...”
till I bonked it on the head.

About the Poem

The runner up in the prestigous Poetry Punctuation Award for the most over exuberant use of the exclamation mark. The winner was Max Scratchmann's extraordinary onomatopoeia poem The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets' Nest, which strangely has an exclamation mark free title, but makes up for it in the poem proper!

Category

Rhyming Riddles
and Ridiculous Rhymes

Style

Rhyming Poem

Length

4 lines

Key Stage

Pre-school, KS1, KS2

Author

Kate Williams

Copyright © Kate Williams. All Rights Reserved

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