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‘The Fun Fair’ by Brittany Jackson, Age 14 Years

As the ships come in the music starts As the music starts people are coming out of their shells They come out to party to have a good time The crew jump off the ships their fun just begins Fireworks are set off to enjoy For one week no one sleeps By the time the… Read more »

‘My Poem’ by David Littlejohns aged 14

i live by the sea the sea is in our blood the sea is history the sea is love everyday i see the same old sea the sea is in our blood the sea is history the sea is love crashing waves on the sand the sea is in our blood the sea is history… Read more »

“How it was?” shawn clarke age 14

I’m relieing on the ship, That will float into the harbour, Bearing a letter from Pip, She moves so fast she’s a blur, In 1850 we didn’t have technology, We needed the mighty tall ships, We had to tackle the mighty seas, Just to deliver news from Pips. And when they dock on the piers,… Read more »

‘Those Amazing Tall Ships’ by Jasmine Hearnden Aged 14

As the carnival arrived, We all ran and dived, Into a town so happy, You could never be snappy, The colours were so bold, And the air never cold, And then came the ships, Oh those graceful Tall Ships. As I looked to the sky, I saw the fireworks fly, The sky illuminating, And suddenly… Read more »

The Tall Ships by Neve Bishop age 14

The waves were calming as they sailed closer. If anyone said they weren’t looking forward to leaving their cramped wooden quarters, they were lying. The feeling of excitement was brewing aboard the ship as the seagulls circled above them. And there it was, slowly making its way on to the horizon. Although they couldn’t hear… Read more »

‘My Story’ by Lisa Pooley aged 14

As the night closed in, the sea started to settle. All was silent, all was calm. Then the boats came into sight. The silence was disturbed as an eruption of sound was created. The parcels had arrived. As the boats docked fireworks lit up the darkness. People descended like prowling to see what all the… Read more »

‘The Tall Ships!’ by Jacob Todd, Age 14 Years

The Tall Ships! I was expecting a lovely walk in town, When suddenly I heard a booming sound, I looked up high and what did I see? Some fireworks shining beautifully, People were pushing, shoving, surging, Trying to get a glimpse, of THE TALL SHIPS! There was one particular ship I saw, With red sails… Read more »

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Tonight is when the tall ships come and light up the streets of Falmouth All people come from near and far Loud music plays all night Loud fireworks fly through the sky Ships come sailing in to Falmouth Harbour is where their journey ends In the dark of the night Pretty fireworks fly through the… Read more »

Finn Layland-Stratfield

When I go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all I ask is a tall ship and the starlight to steer her by, And the wheel’s kick and the wind’s song and the white sail’s shaking, And a grey mist on the sea’s face, and a grey dawn… Read more »

 

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