11/10/2012 Poetry John Foster Poem 2

Cast a star into the sky.
                                               Watch in wonder! Watch it fly

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Comment by Janet Rothwell on October 11, 2012 at 8:50
Staring down from a height
Glowing from the sky at night

Let your imagination run by
Make a wish and really try

As the star whizzes on its flight
You see its distant shining light

Comment by Nicola Gowing on October 11, 2012 at 10:12

From this distance it may seem

Starlight’s merely a watery beam


Far in space, infinitely higher

Like a burning ball of fire


Spaces between stars, inky black

With the stars huddled, in a pack


We can see the stars from here

All bright and crystal clear


Stars are like flashing lights

They watch us sleeping through stormy nights


Stars sore through the skies

While mothers sing their children lullabies.


By Megan Shakiera Norton and Odette Sejko, Great Yarmouth High School, England

Comment by Sarah Gould on October 11, 2012 at 11:15

A flash of light through the night,

The meteorite ruled the height,

The stars twinkled in awe,

As the comet gave an immense roar,

 The stars started sipping from the moon,

As the big ball of rock got hurled and made a tune,

It made a crater much much greater than earth’s puny places,

And made the stars grow smiles of delight on their faces.


Congratulations to Noah, Jaden and Luan from Holy Trinity School in Wimbledon for their fantastic piece of poetry writing.

Comment by Rosie Pike on October 11, 2012 at 12:50


Glittering diamonds in the sky,

Glowing, shining way up high,


Sun goes down, the moon comes out,

Now all the stars are about,


Soaring, flying far from here,

In the crystal night so clear,


The stars are out across the hill,

And for once everything is still,


Forming different shapes of light,

Scattered on a beautiful night,


I’m sitting, watching, admiring the view,

Soon they will be gone…. as will you.


By Avni, Edward, Emma, James – Bishops Stortford College

Comment by Debbie Baird on October 11, 2012 at 14:18

But soon they will return.

And cause the sky to burn.


Causing the sky to light up red.

Bringing the night to an abrupt end.


As the sky awakens to dawn.

The star light is extigungished as the night turns to morn.


The sun rose high up in the sky.

The moon and stars said goodbye.


By Tai and Robert West Kirby Residential School

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