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Five Nights At Freddy’s

By Abby (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

12am: I am scared it may be the beginning of the end 1am: I look into the security cameras that watch like a hawk 2am: I stare into the endless ...

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Thredbo Adventures

By Adam (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

You’re in the clouds Looking down into The white mist The touch of Snow trickling down My face It’s time I push off moving So fast it’s like I’m A ...

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My Music

By Aidan (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

The beats pound in my ears The words washing away my fears Leaving my worries behind I sink into oblivion The words washing away my fears The warmth of my ...

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My iPhone 4

By Aidan (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

A window to the cloud, my iCloud. With every touch, an image will appear, and on every call, voices I will hear. My storage has 32 gigabyte, the game of ...

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Flood of Memories

By Alannah (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Memories flood my mind Smiles at the time The leather graffitied Names written In memory Almost a year I survived This life Of suprises I know now that feeling Of ...

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Skiing

By Alec (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

I hear the hum of the chairlift flowing through my ears The snow is falling like leaves in the Brazilian rainforest. The wind makes little jumps in the snow like ...

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My Special Box

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Cold to touch But given with the warmth of love Reminds me of freedom Like a wild dove. A field of greenery Reminds me of peace What hides beneath the ...

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Bike vs. Hill

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Rocky trails of boundless hill Speedy climbs, up and down Pushing legs unnaturally hard Dust flies free from compressed ground Speedy climbs, up and down Spitting gravel from beneath the ...

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Not Quite Perfect

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Your faded pink body, your falling off tail. I remember playing with you when I’m nervous and when I fall asleep. When I lost you at the airport and you ...

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The Engineer Cat

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

He left a legacy, A story to inspire. Remembered forever, Eternalised in gold. He journeyed the oceans. A compass of sapphire. His partner fought against his own kin, While his ...

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My Medal

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Shining silver White as snow Gold and blue A reminder of success. Cold metal Warm feelings Happy feelings Sad feelings. Everyone doubted But we won it all Excitement, happiness We ...

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My Wrist Watch

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Entangled in the greatest depths, Keeping count, forcing perfection, A path through a maze, equally divided, Not lagging back, not breaking records, Tick tock, tick tock, stay in time not ...

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Train With No Boundaries

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

The smell of fear surrounds, Sweaty palms, White knuckles, Fear tunnels through you The sound of a catchy song, A timer counting down, Roars down the track, Roars like a ...

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Time's Servant

By Alex (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Black band and broken face, Riding my wrist through time and space. The time now and the time then, Ticking on, forever on end. Born five years ago from now, ...

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Journey

By Alexia (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

A lone tree, sitting, stuck in the middle of nowhere. Now the journey begins, lying in the dirt, hidden from life. When I was let free I saw fire, a ...

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Teddy

By Alfie (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

His trunk as soft a pillow. The fur blue as the sea I feel the times the good times his black beady eyes showing me the hope and happiness of ...

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Angel Dog

By Alice (Year 6, Balgowlah Heights Public School)

Been with me since I was an infant Paws pouncing perfectly Been friends forever I will never forget her White tip on her tail, Whiskers like a seal's Brown dusty ...

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