Thursday, 30 April 2015

Autumn

Slippery rainwater glides to the grassy ground,

As the autumn chill comes around.

Black window-wipers go swish-swish

as they swing from side to side,

Chilly ice melts as it becomes tired.


Colourful leaves fall to the ground.

Cold air nips at my arm.

Green acorns fall out of the sky.

Small birds fly up high.

Wet puddles soak into my shoes.

Sleepy hedgehogs take a long snooze.

White snow blankets the ground.

Little kids scream out loud.


Slippery rainwater glides to the grassy ground,

As autumn chill comes around.

Doors hide in the soft, white snow

and people sit by fires of bright glow.

4 comments:

  1. Great poem
    I really enjoyed reading that!

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  2. 'glides to the grassy ground' is an example of alliteration. I enjoyed this poem.

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  3. Wow Carys!
    That is such a great poem! I can't stop reading this over and over again. I really love the way that even though you have the challenge of rhyming, you still use great descriptive words. My absolute favourite part was when you said 'White snow blankets the ground. Little kids scream out loud.' That reminds me of autumn because that is the thing that normally I remember from autumn.
    Great job Carys!

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  4. That was a great poem I like how you described autumn! I like how some of it rhymed and I like how you used alliteration. I like how you also used adjectives!

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