Making your way in life, it’s nice
To know you can, once or twice
Rely on other people in a trice
For assistance, guidance or advice

They’ll be no shortage of advice
But knowing what piece or slice
Of advice or guidance will suffice
You might just as well roll a dice

This axiom though it be concise
Won’t be bettered to be precise
So you take heed or pay the price
“Don’t eat yellow snow or ice”

Wise Words

One can feel overwhelmed by all the advice offered by those who are older and wiser (or teacher), but one piece of advice is well worth heeding.


Quite rude


Rhyming poem


12 lines

Key Stage

KS2, KS3


Paul Curtis

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