Posts Tagged ‘poem’

I Wonder What I’ll Dream Tonight….

March 4, 2010

Star light, star bright

 I wonder what I’ll dream tonight.

 All good things I do invite

Take me on a lovely flight!

 

Will I dream I am queen

Or that I am sweet sixteen?

 

Will I be an astronout in space

Or running a 100 meter race?

 

Will I be be swimming in a pool of money

or a clown that acts so funny?

 

Will earth be covered in candy floss

Or a big fat splash of sauce?

 

Whatever I see in my dreams

I  just hope they don’t make me scream!!

 

Star light, Star bright

I wonder what i’ll dream tonight.

All good things I do invite

Take me on a lovely flight!

Mr.Turtle-Amrita

March 4, 2010

Mr.Turtle

My turtle is small,

so it went to the mall.

 He brought a fish,

and a made a wish.

 The turtle was grumpy,

so he went to hungry.

 He ate a small  gum,

and had lots of fun!

 The turtle had lots of guts,

so he made a big hut. 

 He went to have a leep,

and went to sleep.

 All alone in the darkness there was that checky little turtle.

Butterfly

December 10, 2009
Monarch Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly

Butterfly Description:

 
This butterfly is a monarch butterfly. It has Orange wings and black
out lines on each part. In the black outline, there are many dots.
Some are white small ones that are at the edge and some are yellow big
ones that are just beside the orange wings.
This Monarch butterfly has got I think two big wings and two small wings.
This butterfly has a standing out black body with thin and long black
anttenas. In this photograph, this butterfly is opening its wings very wide.
Poem:
A Butterfly, a beautiful orange butterfly
Black lines all around, with circles white and yellow.
Flapping and Flapping the big orange wings
Flying up high to the sky.
Now its a rest
On a yellow round pollen.
Srrp Srrp Srrp
Its time to go
Again flap, flap flap, goes the orange wings
Flying up high to the sky,
Till the next rest time.
A Butterfly, a beautiful orange Monarch butterfly
Black lines all around, with circles white and yellow.
By: Mari Katusno