A warm spring day
By Sofia (Year 3, Arkana College)Light green leaves
Children everywhere running free
Fluffy bright clouds
By Sophie (Year 9, St Margaret's Anglican Girls School)It's that special time of year
when the flowers go from sad to happy,
while the branches are now healthy and sappy.
The gardens fill with big grins,
By Tsuki Class AB (F/K, Konomi Kindergarten International)The Sun is round, the Sun is hot (Adelaide)
The Sun is very far (Kei)
The Sun is a Star (Tobias)
The Sun makes the day bright (Emily)
A Bamboo Forest
By Chloe (Year 6, Ryde East Public School)A Bamboo Forest
Grows in the grove near the house
How you grow so tall
By Oviya (Year 5, Abbotsleigh)Polluting the word with tons of plastic oceans are covered with our sins and plastic
Once clean is now a rubbish dump filled with more junk than life
Plastic is trumping our world.
The world did not start out like this crystal clear waters and bright, beautiful, breathtaking coral
By Jihun (Year 4, West Ryde Public School)The Tasmanian devil has fur like the beautiful night sky
A tasmanian devil is a black world
The cars now crash
The crashes kill the tiny tasmanian devils
The Rainbow of Nature
By Jaden (Year 5, Yarra Valley Grammar School)Red is the anger of the raging flames,
Orange resembles warmth.
Bushfires are a dangerous thing,
Don’t play with them like swords.
By Nate (Year 4, St Brendan's Catholic Primary School)Every hour the flowers get showered as time continues to pass the grass grows fast.
By Kai (Year 6, Collaroy Plateau Public School)She urges for me to come
for this would be fun.
Love of Forest
By Hannah (Year 5, Neutral Bay Public School)The bits of blue sky peek out from my family of green.
Old Granny Whitewood, already one fifteen?
Even my leaves don't feel so lean.
Feelings of calm and curiosity fall over me.
By Frankie (Year 5, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School)As the leaves sway in the air
I feed the little one i care
Then the night fade and it's time for bed
We stay in our barrow so we don't become dead
By Isla (Year 6, Ross Park Primary School)The soft breeze passing by you,
Giving you shivers
The soft white sand
Under your feet
By Grace (Year 7, Maitland Grossmann High School)Leaves
Flying and dancing
Fast and slow
By James (Year 5, Thirroul Public School)The wind so light the forest so light
as I sit in the forest I smell nature around me
so soft so nice so calm so peaceful
as I smell the fresh smell of spring in the forest
The four seasons
By Zara (Year 5, Presbyterian Ladies College)The summer has started
The tree is bursting with emeralds
The sun glows like the moon on ice
The hollow is calm
A Rainy day
By Audrey (Year 5, Concord Public School)Plop! Plop! Plop!
The rain hits the ground,
The wind blows my umbrella inside out,
Drenched from head to toe,
The Devil in The Dark
By Millie (Year 5, West Greenwood Primary School)The howls reverberate across the midnight sky
The children scream and begin to cry
It's an angry spirit! We're all going to perish
The mothers are heard. Don't worry my dear, my darling precious