Carrying on from last week’s Poetry Day, I am thrilled to see that the children in school are still in the mood for writing verse! I hope you enjoy these two poems about Autumn!
Harvest Time, by Elisabeth (Y3)
In the harvest month the air smells like fresh food
Farmers in the fields with their tools in the perfect mood
The fresh crispness of the winter prison
The crops’ woollies are on
It brings fresh golden barley and wheat
Giving thanks for what we eat
Going away from the warm summer
And into the frozen winter
Say goodbye to those warm days
Say hello to these cold Sundays
Great leafy day
Going into Saturday
I had such fun
But that’s the end and now I’m done.
Autumn, by Charlotte (Y2)
Air around you things are changing
Under the trees plants are ageing
Trees and branches are going bare
Usefully all the animals are snug in their hair
Many of the changes won’t last forever
Nothing is worse than the weather.