Autumn Colours Poem

Posted: September 30, 2010 by dukefrederick in general, poetry, Pupil
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Autumn comes in many colours.

Grey as the squirrels in the park

And the early morning mist.

Red as the crusty leaves

And sunset sky.

Yellow as  autumn moonlight

And stars in the night  sky.

Green as grass in the park

And apples in the market waiting to be sold.

Blue as the sky from the London Eye

And a blueberry pie.

Brown as an old oak tree trunk   

 And the robin’s back.

 Black as the dark inky night  sky

And a witches cat.

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Comments
  1. evelinasec says:

    Well done nabo. 🙂
    You worked well at this, improving your first draft.
    I like the presntation very much.
    Next time, you could find or draw a picture to upload to illustrate your poem.

  2. Aleunam says:

    I enjoyed reading this. The colour layout also drew me in. Some of your imagery was very effective in bringing ‘pictures of London’ into my mind’s eye.

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