Here goes: here's something to use for sound searching and sorting. (Oh for a professional funny writer willing to write within constraints, or a Dr Seuss for SP, adults and the next fifty years)
/oa/ or /ou/ ? (+ wh, ing, se, er, oo, ee, ar, v-e)
Jane Snow and Joe Cloud
Jane Snow is proud of her house even though it is old. She likes to show off the bathroom with its bath, power shower and gold taps, the kitchen with its rows of plates and bowls, and the sitting room lit by the glow of the fire. In that room she has her TV and a row of CDs. She likes soft, low sounds- these sounds lift her soul and make her feel good.
Outside Jane’s home in Slough she has plants and flowers growing in the ground. She hopes to grow roses round the windows. Her house is beside a big pond, like a lake, and she likes to swim and float in it. She keeps a boat for rowing on the lake. Rowing is good for her legs and shoulders.
Joe Cloud has the house beside hers. He is a drummer in a loud rock band. Jane Snow likes Joe, though she shouts at him and they have rows if he is loud on his drums.
In spite of the rowing she had to ask for Joe’s help when her car broke down. He gave her a tow with a rope from his car, which got her going. When a big bough from an old tree was blown down by the wind it fell across her shrubs and flowers, and Joe cut it up. She gave him her thanks, and, with a smile, he gave a low bow.