Poet Don Explains Holy Moly to the Class

When I was just a boy at school

To show my great surprise

I called out ‘holy moly’

And opened wide my eyes

(blank looks all round….)
(I should be in adult education….)

Poet Don runs the FCS Children’s Education Unit
He is devoted to giving them a solid grounding in their future journey in life

The kiddies all love him

Explanation for parents

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Holy Moly (also spelled Holy Moley) is an exclamation of surprise that dates from at least 1892. It is most likely a minced oath, a cleaned-up version of a taboo phrase such as “Holy Moses”.

Published by donmatthewspoetry

I just like playing round with words. And having fun

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