By Ryan Swift
Alvey is the name,
Awesomeness is his fame,
He went to the pier to beg for bream fish,
Succeeded and placed it on a dish,
He felt like a real winner,
But if he ate it all he would be a sinner,
He went to the aquarium and the zoo,
And ate all the fish that lived there too!
He felt like a rebel,
So he threw a pebble,
And aimed it right at his face,
Ow he thought that felt like a mace,
He punished himself and flew away,
Geez he thought what a bad day,
When he landed he landed at the shops,
He wanted some delicious lamb chops,
Mmm he thought when he stole the yummy meat.
I’m going to end this rhyming streak.
By Mitch, Year 5
Put always in caps, when starting thine phrase,
For fun ways of wording, use creative word plays.
Use thou speech marks, when try'ng to make say,
Use these correctly, be at writing for days.
By Nicole, Year 6
I remember being scared,
On a plane with no air.
I turned to my mum on my left,
Her life a victim of theft.
I tried to scream and shout,
but my voice did not come out.
I grabbed the parachute from under me,
Then opened the door, I could breathe.
I put the parachute over his shoulder,
Stepped out of the plane, plummeting like a boulder.
Right now I'm living a very happy life,
Under the moonlight every night.
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