My favourite poems that M o V e

Thanks for the poems that move. So many different ideas and moods and rhythms. I loved reading them all. There are so many ways to make words move in poems. I have to take screen shots if your poems are set out differently in case you are wondering.

If I didn’t pick you this time do try my challenge tomorrow.

I am sending a copy of The Letter Box Cat to Scarlett.

 

Emily sent me an poem that I couldn’t open and couldn’t reply to. If you read this – resend!

 

Skimming Stones

Plop

Plop

Plop

Skip plop!

Plop

Skip    skip    plop!

Plop

Skip    plop

Skip    skip     skip     plop!

Skip    skip     skip     skip     skip     skip     PLOP!

Clap clap clap clap clap clap clap clap clap!

 Gemma  Age 10  Year 6, Adventure School

 

 

 

 

 

Pickle Cat

Pickle cat chases the mouse,

Pickle cat goes round the house.

Pickle cat sleeps all day,

Pickle cat wants to play!

Pickle cat starts to growl,

Pickle cat stops and meows.

Pickle cat goes round the corner,

Pickle cat hops in the sauna!

Pickle cat goes to bed,

as he counts the sheep above his head!

Scarlett H Chelsea Primary School. I am a year 4 and I am 8 years old.

 

 

My Fast Friend

My Friend Zaine

Is a brilliant runner

When the starting gun sounds

He races off like a bullet

 

He goes

Faster

And faster

And faster and faster

And faster and faster and faster

And faster and faster and faster and faster

Andfasterandfasterandfasterandfasterandfaster

Andfasterandfasterandfasterandfasterandfasterandfaster…

 

Until all I can see is a blazing trail of white-hot fire

Daniel L Age 7, Year 3, Adventure School

 

 

Autumn

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From Emma age  11  Churton Park School and I am year 6

 

Tui

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By Matthew  age 11 Churton Park School  In year 6

 

Eagle

ascends
The Eagle
Swift as a plane
Soaring overhead
Gliding
Down
To catch his prey
Hovering overhead
D
I
V
I
N
G
down
Swoops  a  w  a  y
With the prey

By Caiden S

 

Mushrooms

Sitting in the dark sky

watching the stars

fade and appear

and the moon

move in a circle.

They sit there

and chat

until we come.

The mushrooms move

when we are not looking.

 

By: William S Age: 8 years Year: 4 School: St Andrews College, Christchurch

 

Ice

Sitting, frozen upon the jars and tins,

A little cube of ice,

Chattering, frozen, always cold,

Between his friends in the mould.

 

What is happening to the poor thing?

Oh no, it’s out in the sun,

Careful, or it will melt!

Slowly changing form,

Ready to start life again.

 

These days it’s different,

It’s not ice,

It something else that is quite nice,

It now sits in a jug, gurgling,

It is… water!

 

Zoe G Yr 6 St Cuthbert’s College

 

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 Josh 10 years of age and I attend St Andrews college In Christchurch

 

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 Chelsea J Age: 11 (Year 6)  St Andrews College

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