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Fireworks Poetry

We have some amazing poets in Class 7 who showed off their writing and performance skills in our Key Stage 2 assembly this week.  How did you describe fireworks in your poem?

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  1. mani : ) Reply

    I really liked reading my poem 😀 🙂 😛

  2. Ben Be Reply

    I really liked the firework poems because they were so creative!

  3. ben bran Reply

    i really enjoyed listning to other peoples peoms

  4. Sara Reply

    I enjoyed listening to all the fireworks poets .
    Even I didn’t do one the students that have written one described fireworks in a really good way.C

  5. Oscar (school council) :) Reply

    They fizz, bang, whizz and pop, their sparks swiftly flowing like a waterfall. They’re ruby red, sparkling gold emerald green and sapphire blue. Rockets shoot and Catherine wheels spin. 🙂 😀 😛

  6. Kian Reply

    Firework,Firework,
    Up ahead you lerk,
    You fly so high,
    Trying to reach the sky,

  7. louie Reply

    I really liked the firework poems because i is so fun and creative.Here is one of my lines:Fingers go numb , follow my mum.

  8. Masha Reply

    I put crash and whoosh and bang.

  9. Lewkas Reply

    I did mine as a shape poem.

  10. Miss Bird Reply

    For some reason I can post a comment without needing a Captcha code…very strange, I shall investigate!

  11. Chelsea Reply

    I thought other people’s were great and I liked the rythem on some of them.

  12. Lewkas Reply

    I loved them all.BOOM!!!!!!

  13. lucy and helen Reply

    Helen:
    Rushing,reaching its apogee,
    keeping the best to last the end is nigh.
    Lucy:
    flickering fireworks crackling at night,
    In the dark flashing streaks set light.

    • Jade Reply

      that is a lovly comment

  14. Betsy Reply

    here are the first 3 lines of my poem:

    I could smell the bitter smoke,

    There was a wiff of a hot dog smell,

    I had to much candy floss I did not feel well!

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