Tag Archives: Performance Poetry

More Class Raps

Simon & Jack S Lunch time at school C’mon everybody Let’s have a food fight We’ll throw our tomatoes With all our might   If we’re found out We’ll have to clean up Or my mum will hit me with … Continue reading

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Performance Poems – Henry

Rabbit In the lush green grass Rabbit, I see you Prancing   Black button eyes As dark as night Peering over me   In the lush green grass Rabbit, I see you Prancing   Long flappy ears Like flags on … Continue reading

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Performance poems – Jasmine

This week we have been creating our own performance poems based on animals. We read a poem called ‘The song of the eagle’ and used it as an inspiration for our writing. We tried to use powerful verbs, similes and … Continue reading

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Even more performance poems

Today’s performance poems come from Alice & Tallulah. They concern a camel and a horse: The Camel by Tallulah Camel, Camel… You’re the amazing Ship of the desert, But, you’re never lonely In the sandy dessert. Camel, I saw you, … Continue reading

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Caitlin’s Performance Poem

Caitlin’s performance poem concerns a raccoon: Guts of a terrorist, he sneaks into the silent street, A shadow in the night. The devil himself, he stalks upon an innocent mouse, and pounces with ferocity. Feasting on his freshly caught prey, … Continue reading

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More Performance Poems

Here’s Jessica and Anna’s poem: Wolf… I saw you one day when walking in the woods you darted away as fast as you could Wolf… amber as runny honey shimmering in the sun your eyes were fixed on me as if … Continue reading

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