MIDDLE STREET AUTUMN POETRY COMPETITION

Open to any children attending our school. Type your poem about Autumn into the box below, add your name in the small box and click 'Send Poem'; your poem will be emailed to us.

You can write your poem about anything to do with Autumn - leaves, bonfires, fireworks etc. 

Your poem will be displayed on this page and a small prize will be given  for the best poem sent in by the end of  November.  

Type your name in this box:

If you haven't  discovered it already - try dragging parts of the picture at the top around to make your own scene.

Here is a poem by Maya:

Autumn is fun, all though it is glum,
It's nice to look out the window on bonfire night,
But if you have a pet then it might give them a fright!
But it's not very nice when it's cold,
As you probably have been told,
So if you are asking for my rate,
Then I think Autumn's GREAT!

and here is one by Joe:

Autumn is gold
although its cold.
Autumn's my birthday
this year's on Tuesday.
Burning Fawkes
also stabbing him with forks.
Autumn is for fish to take bait
I think its great

and one by Bud:

Hooray! Hooray!
The children all say
Because its Autumn!

 

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