Aesop's fables are short but powerful. We can learn great lessons and morals from these fun stories. Here are the 5 best ones.
Do you remember Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame? Do you know who took his place?
Here is something I wrote especially for Halloween. It's a tongue in cheek poem based on a popular fairy tale...only years later.
Dick and Jane go to Transylvania for their honeymoon. That's their first mistake . . .
Jean de La Fontaine is today best known by collection his fables, whimsical adaptations of Aesop's fables. One of greatest masters of French language ever actually left much more to posterity.
It is my hope that these poems will help the reader to connect with their own emotions during a divorce or have new found compassion for the struggle of others who are going through a breakup.
Did you know that Leo the Lion was involved in the study of immortality? So were seagulls.
This pun about featherless chickens takes place in China. Will you guess the punny punchline beforehand?
Fun,charming,and inspiring poetry about ladybugs.
Have you ever heard of Mel Faymee - the best baseball player in the game? This funny pun will explain!