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11/10/2012 Poetry Jane Prowse http://www.hattorihachi.com/

Stars

in stretch limo cars

Sip champagne,

Glamorous, though slightly insane

Now they are stalked, and talked about,

As though their secrets are public domain...

 

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Comment by Janet Rothwell on October 11, 2012 at 8:49
Living the life
Without fear or strife
Will reality strike?
Some destroy their own lives
By filling their world with lies
Their silent cries, Like the stars in the midnight sky…

Lighting up space
The Hubble telescope to trace
The catastrophic but most beautiful things
Intriguing and astonishingly interesting
Forever a mystery…

Rohan & Thomas Langley Grammar School
Comment by Nicola Gowing on October 11, 2012 at 10:21

Following the stars,

Going so far,

They’re looking down at us,

Causing so much fuss,

We’re yet to discover the truth…

 

So far up,

Just standing there,

Looking down,

Waiting to be found,

Light reaching so far,

Away we go so clear,so fast,

Still waiting to get there,

It’s so hard to bear..

 Tia Sayer, Kerry Legg and Megan Sharp Great Yarmouth High School

Comment by Sarah Gould on October 11, 2012 at 11:26

Flashing cameras as bright as the flaming sun,

Great performances yet to come.

Everyone desires a glamorous piece of you,

To become a superstar, just like you.

Papparazi hunting you down like a lion on a bull,

Children screaming fiercely while mums try to pull.

Celebritied getting ready in their crowded dressing rooms,

A variety of expensive cloths to choose.

Finally ready for their last breath taking show,

Applauded from head to toe.

 

Well done to Jasmine, Sophie, Hasan and Prishen from Holy Trinity Primary School in Wimbledon

Comment by Rosie Pike on October 11, 2012 at 12:44

Lights dazzling in the night

Like a shining knight so bright,

People queuing to see the show,

The acts get ready and here we go,

Nerves are breaking in,

Strong but ready to win,

They will wish upon a shooting star,

For luck in the competition thus far,

Whoosh everyone looks into the velvet sky,

As a shooting star swoops by.

 

By Grace de Bohun, Jenna Smith and Jake Morris from Bishop's Stortford College

 

 

 

 

Comment by Debbie Baird on October 11, 2012 at 14:12

As the lights go down

Curtain rises and stars aglow,

 Ready to perform the world’s greatest show

 There will be only be one king

Will I get the chance to sing?

I hold my nerves,

Stand brave

Ready to start

There can only be one winner

 

Jasmine and Alexandria from West Kirby Residential School

 

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