When father put his glasses on

    And Mum said: 'What’s that, dear?'

Brett wasn’t quite sure what to do

     But felt a surge of fear.

 

Agitation soon took hold of him -

    He broke out in a sweat -

For when he saw his school report,

    Foreboding then hit Brett.

 

His father’s face began to cloud,

    For there upon that page

Were words a father doesn’t need,

    Which turns a mood to rage.

 

'Brett’s lazy, careless, idle, dull;

     He’s shiftless, slothful, slow;

He’s unpunctual and indolent!' -  

     They hit Dad like a blow!

 

His mother’s brow began to crease:

    'But look - I’m quite perplexed.

Our Brett has come top of his class,

     So he’s better than the rest.'

 

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This was/is a popular poem as it was chosen by teachers and children for publishing in 2010.  I hope you like it too and take good reports home.  Josie

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