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Charming

By Abbey (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

It’s the sun beaming through my body The summer blaze makes it shine Like a moon piercing the heart Of a flowing stream It still glistens like a night sky ...

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Always be with me

By Abigail (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

Hearts pumping with love Melted milk chocolate is their favourite Fragile as somebody’s feelings Never go anywhere without there master Modest as the Queen’s birthday Humble as big as the ...

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Together

By Abigail (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

The outline of glistening gold Reflects memories of the past. Blooming flowers clinging to the sides Growing braver, stronger Like we used to do. Its hands point to our treasured ...

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The Pink Carousel

By Aileen (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

Round and round I turn it, Round and round the music swirls, Round and round the horses dance, Round and round my good dreams twirl. Repeating its dance, Its song ...

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The Prize of War

By Alexandra (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

Our healing prowess radiates from our metallic surface. An army general, A doctor, A prisoner of war. We once belonged to We whisper secrets which our owner once confided... BLOOD ...

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Something More Than Just an Animal

By Alexandra (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

Gutsy and brave, Soft and plush like a newborn baby koala, Strong enough to enter and concur your soul, As courageous as a majestic, regal, noble lion, She is a ...

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Kenya’s Emerald Elephant

By Alexandra (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

His beautiful, emerald trunk, Held happily in the air, There was no other elephant, That was any more beautiful or fair. To me he holds many a memory, His trunk ...

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Secrets

By Alice (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

In a dark eerie room A single secret lies Still and humbly Not speaking a word A gust of wind A speck of dust Floating down like a soft cotton ...

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Adventure

By Alice (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

We were off on an adventure to explore the Australian Alps, Up an old bush trail in the Snowies Where the ghostly gums whistle in the wind And the wild ...

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Golden Chain

By Alicia (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

As sleek as the softest silk, Fine gold rose petals envelope memories. The swirls of rainbow lollipops, The ticking of a circular frame, Twisted sharp thorns outline the brim, As ...

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Golden Chain

By Alicia (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

As sleek as the softest silk, Fine gold rose petals envelope memories. The swirls of rainbow lollipops, The ticking of a circular frame, Twisted sharp thorns outline the brim, As ...

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The Singer

By Alyssa (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

I blew the candle and I made a wish. My eyes filled as I thanked my cousins. For the shimmering circular object. This could not have been better. I would ...

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Japanese Puzzle Box

By Amy (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

A home to countless secrets and memories Treasure Keepsakes Dreams Its geometric shapes painted delicately on the splintery wood Its raspy whisper speaking as it is being opened Its hollow ...

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Blue Stars

By Ana-Lei (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

My little bear has no hair Instead he has blue stars He cares for me as I do for him There for me even when I`m in the tree And ...

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Beloved Souls

By Ananya (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

From my childhood This precious object was born Its fragile smooth skin, shone like satin The infant lay in Teddy’s soft arms As I glanced at this dazzling, elegant sculpture ...

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Ballerina Beauty

By Aneesha (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

It came from a faraway country A land that is not to be seen A land full of mystic creatures A land where no human has been It was swept ...

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Lonely

By Angela (Year 5, Abbotsleigh Junior School)

A silvery touch to the raging storm, A scarf of tears and memory It feels as soft as a charcoal feather Tickling against your melancholy thoughts It sounds like the ...

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