Here are a few poems written by some of the 4th Class children
What is a star? A star is a diamond brooch twinkling on a navy dress. It is a shattered crystal vase dropped on a velvet carpet. It is a drop of pure white paint splatted on a dark blue page. It is a shard of mirror lying on a pitch black blanket. It is a speck of light shining through a crack in heaven.
By Hannah Ryan - Room 12
EILEEN Shimmering sun, Glistening dawn, Active shopping, Fiery spice bag, Rosy convertible, Swift stallion. By Eileen McInerney.
DON’T Don’t talk. Don’t throw chalk. Don’t shout across the room. Don’t hit with a broom. Don’t scribble on your books. Don’t give dirty looks. Don’t write on your table. Don’t blow bubbles unless you’re able. Don’t do bad writing. Don’t start fighting. Don’t go to the toilet when I am teaching. Don’t whisper when the priest is preaching. Don’t peek at other people’s work. Don’t move about or twerk. Don’t throw things across the room. Don’t play with a baboon. Don’t mess in the line. Don’t drink a glass of wine! Neria Wang and Luke Burke
Don’t Don’t do this, don’t do that. Don’t talk, don’t walk Don’t go crazy don’t be lazy. Don’t kick or push, even when you’re in a rush Don’t shout or scream don’t be mean. Don’t be a bully don’t call for your mummy. Don’t be silly don’t mess with Billy. Don’t stand on your chair don’t be unfair. Don’t skip line don’t pick the Christmas pine. Don’t be a devil don’t forget the Revels.
by Ethan Latimer 20 /12/2017
My Mum Colourful rainbow, Bright dawn, Spinning rugby ball, Ripe avocado, Swift Ferrari, Fluffy Chow Chow, I love my Mum And she loves ME!