Three fun poems Stephen recites during his workshop. Some classes like to learn them beforehand and say them with him on the day. Enjoy!

 

Where’s There?
By Stephen Pass

 

Hair
By Stephen Pass

Bee!
by Stephen Pass

 
(note: the first A-hair in the poem is a sound recognition as if to say ‘Understand?’; the A-hair reply means ‘I understand’)
  Hair hair, hair everywhere
Some on the floor, some on the stair
Some on the table, some on the chair
Hair hair, it gets everywhere
Hair in the sink
Hair in my drink
What should I think
Even when I blink
It's there, it's hair
Hair hair, it gets everywhere
Mum's hair
Dad's hair
Girl's hair
Boy's hair
Cat's hair
Dog's hair
Chinchilla's hair, how did that get there?
Oh there's hair hair
Hair everywhere!

The ground is shaking
Oh no!
It’s coming for me!
It’s as big as a tree
Oh no!
It’s a …… bee!

The ground is shaking
The earth is quaking
The leaves are falling from the trees
Oh no!
It’s coming for me!
Oh no!
It’s a …… bee!

 

Excuse me, can you tell me how I get to there?
Yeah
You go up there, round there, right there, up there and then you’re there
Sorry where?
It’s up there, round there, right there, up there and then you’re there
After right there is it left there?
No it’s up there after right there
Oh I despair, I’ll never get there!
Of course you’ll get there!
Look, it’s up there, round there, right there, up there and then you’re there
A-hair
A-hair
Great, well I’ll see you there!
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
 
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