Class Three have written some spectacular poems as part of their recent Main Lesson ‘The Wonder and Wisdom of Words’. I wish I could share them all with you! Here are just a few:
Oh so high, touching the stars
Until it stops at a pinpoint, so close to the moon glowing in the
Night, I stare at it as
The water ripples like
A million pearls shining brighter than the brightest flame.
I watch in awe as the icy glaciers shimmer.
Nature’s story unfolds from great heights
Mischievously swinging upon moist vines
On the tree tops
Noisily chattering amongst themselves
Keeping very loud
Eager to eat some fruits
Yawning tiredly as the orange sun sets
Moving across the sky
On a silver river
On a golden lake
Now time to curl up small in your bed
There once was a small skinny rat
Who wanted to be very fat
So he stole some cheese
And didn’t say please
Then he got eaten by a cat!
There once was a man from Glee
Who wanted to kiss a wee flea
He puckered his lips
Then swallowed some pips
And ended up kissing a bee!