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Sun beams and Moon rays

Although you are not the sunbeams
That brighten my day
Or the moon rays
That guide my dark paths when I am long astray
Saying you are not wonderful… 145 more words

Ribs cut flesh, eyes show panic.

A tight rope almost knotting in the pit of my stomach,
Like a never ending rage there is just no stopping,
Fingers tremble like limp leaves in the whistling wind, 85 more words

Writing is cathartic

Confusion needs cold air
The smell of wood
Water droplets on a leaf
Crunch of ground beneath the feet
Nouveau Vague
Different age… 64 more words

News day, Metaphors and Similies

Before we started our news day, we had a look in to different techniques that could help us when writing features. Metaphors and similies are great to use in features, if you can think of an original one, and avoid clichés. 187 more words


Moonlit Gloss

The painted man walks into traffic-

A day dreaming lover proposes to a stone-
She readily accepts his palms, and vows to be a natural bearer of his eternal love. 138 more words

Creative Writing

My World

I struggled to open my heavy eyes due to the barrier of sleep protecting them, like a guard outside Buckingham palace it lay strong and idle, eventually the warm light seeped through and formed a mirage in front of me preventing me from taking in the secret surroundings. 157 more words


Our Bonfire Night Poem!

This week in Literacy we have been learning about onomatopoeias and similes. We’ve used our learning to write a class poem to celebrate firework night! Here is 1SL in action performing our poem. We hope you enjoy…