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Posts Tagged: St. Francis CE Primary School

‘My Story’ by Lily M, Age 11

A soft blue blanket hung limblessly over the star strewn sky. The moon staring down on Falmouth, winking occasionally to the scattered people way down below. The brightly blue sky and sea reflect the smiling moon’s face. Boats litter the tranquil sea as the lingering people wait upon the boats. The squawking seagulls scan the… Read more »

‘Tall Ships Poem’ by Lauren G, age 11

Woosh, went the waves when the fireworks exploded in the night sky. Swoosh, went the wind in the trees as the crowd cheers and howls. Bang, went the fireworks as the sea shone from the moon. Dogs barking Bells ringing Children screaming Trees swishing Birds squawking Barbeques burning Fireworks exploding The smell of pasties waft… Read more »

‘My Story’ by Isobel, Age 11

The sky was full of colours as the fireworks danced in the night sky. The crowds cheered while the Tall Ships glided through the swooshing waves. I stare at the glowing street lights. ‘Bam!’ an erupting volcano of colour, bursting out fairy dust before another almighty bang! I see children dancing with sparklers, next to… Read more »

‘Tall Ships’ by Iris, age 11

Bang! Another firework exploded. Yay! Children having fun. Seagulls flying through the gentle moonlit sky. While the tall ships crowd in and say hello. The smell of happiness lures me in to join the family. The moon is a light shining down on us, Keeping us safe and secure As we cheer and play inside… Read more »

‘Smiling’ by Daisy S, aged 11

The fireworks erupt into colours – blue, yellow, pink, Flashing before my eyes, Settling on the calm blue sea, That twinkles in the moonlight. Everyone cheers as the tall ships sail into sight; Busy sailors waving happily from the sails. The sparkles and fizzes fill the air, The fireworks painting the midnight blue sky by… Read more »

Tall Ships by Beau J aged 11

Slowly but steadily as the sun starts to shine, One or two ships are close in sight. Dunkin Donuts into chocolate, No-one misses a bite. As the tall masts creep closer to the harbour, Everyone starts to cheer. While the women watch the fireworks, the men enjoy a cold beer. Falmouth is full of ships… Read more »

‘Tall Ships Exciiiitement’ by Daniel, age 10

All you can see is thousands of people, Piling in to see the amazing tall ships and fireworks. Waiting in suspense for the first tall ship to come. Bang, bang, bang goes the first firework, Shooting into the air. Bursting into bright colourful sparks. Extravagant erupting end, to the magnificent eye-watering show.



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