By Josie Whitehead

Senses Poems A World Full of Noise The Taste Taker Shhh - What Can You Hear? It's Onomatopoeia My Dear Listening Page Prick Up Your Ears - Heading

Pitter patter, pitter patter

    Raindrops on my pane.

Rattle rumble, rattle rumble -

    That’s a passing train.


Slishy sloshy, slishy sloshy -

    A dishwasher’s soft beat

And clippy cloppy, clippy cloppy

    Horse shoes on the street.


Chitter chatter, chitter chatter -

    Magpies in the tree,

And jibber jabber, jibber jabber,

    Don’t speak fast to me.


Tippy tappy, tippy tappy -

    My fingers on the keys -

Which brings another poem your way - - -

     I hope that it will please.


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Parents and Teachers:  This is a very recent poem which I'd almost forgotten and put on here quite late.  However I put it on The Times Educational Teachers' Resources and was delighted to see how very popular it was.  I hope your children like it too.  Josie