more Nottinghamshire Mazes
Over the bridge,
Over the lake,
Over the crocodiles
Into the maze.
Here, a silent cat leaps over a fence,
A frog hops into the middle of a pond,
A rainbow unicorn opens the gate.
Follow the tunnel, twisting and turning, up and down
Thread the maze,
As quiet as an owl,
Spider-climbing the webs on the walls,
As silent as a moth flutters,
As fast as a cheetah,
As brave as a lion prowling through the night,
Slither like a snake, like slugs on slime,
Sly as a fox
Angry tiger fighting,
Jaguar swift, cheetah fast
Frog-hop, leap the fence,
Over lava, over water,
Stepping-stone the lily pads
The King’s Crown waits in his treasury in the heart of the maze
Thread the maze and in your heart,
Be bold, be bold and
Don’t be ready to die!
Have the mind of a mad scientist
And the memory of an elephant.
Remember your family,
Their faces will bring you home.
Look, look, some people forget to look!
Keep looking right to the very end!
A whole family of bears live in this maze,
And a yellow yawning dragon that falls asleep and gets in your way,
Perfect pink; blue bone-seeking; grumpy green,
A vampire with teeth as sharp as knives and needles.
An invisible snake with poison in every tooth and every scale of its body.
A monster with 10 million eyes and 10 million hands and 10 million feet.
This maze moves with monsters!
The Maze-poem has tangled itself together out of ideas from various libraries and I think there is another set of images to come, but this posting celebrates the delightful ideas of Maze-makers from
Mansfield, Worksop, Stapleford and West Bridgford libraries. There are other events happening during the holidays at Nottinghamshire libraries - follow the link above to find out
what's happening at libraries near you!
Well done, all you Nottinghamshire Makers of Mazes! It has been
a joy and a delight to work with you!
|in navigating mazes, maps sometimes help. But not often.|