Category Archives: Zephaniah Benjamin

Nature Trail by Benjamin Zephaniah

At the bottom of my garden There’s a hedgehog and a frog And a lot of creepy-crawlies Living underneath a log, There’s a baby daddy long legs And an easy-going snail And a family of woodlice, All are on my … Continue reading

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Who’s Who by Benjamin Zephaniah

I used to think nurses Were women, I used to think police Were men, I used to think poets Were boring, Until I became one of them. Benjamin Zephaniah

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