Pink River Dolphins
By Stella (Year 3, St Brigid's Catholic Primary School Gisborne)The rivers are flowing, we must keep them going,
Pink river dolphins are in danger, many will be gone later
We must help them before it's too late,
Pink river dolphins, we need to investigate!!!!!!!
The Great Barrier Reef
By Selena (Year 5, Cammeray Public School)It’s the world's largest reef system,
The adorable, agile animals have plenty of wisdom,
There lies a bleached reef,
Millions of sealife lives beneath.
By Araceli (Year 8, Hillcrest Christian College)The nature is like our mother
Helping the young grow and flourish
The wind guiding the leaves
Roots growing trees
A forest full of wind
By Nikita (Year 6, A B Paterson College)The wind whistled through
Twirling past the trees
Listening to the shrill cries
As they begged for their lives
Branches of Life
By Carys (Year 12, The Lakes College Mango Hill)I was blessed with the tree my mother gave me,
With branches I could climb and stink bugs I could find.
I was blessed with the tree my mother gave me,
Sharing that my dreams could truly come to life.
By Ada (Year 2, Southern Cross Early Childhood School)Eating gum leaves, crunch
Oh so sleepy, oh so cute
Climbing so high up
A fun day!
By Sienna (Year 6, Mount Ousley Public School)The waves fell up onto the salty shoreline, grabbing anything possible in such a short time
Families and laughter all around, swimming and splashing for hours at a time
Cold drinks and a small picnic are just perfect for the daytime
The bright blue water slowly starts to turn dark and the waves get calmer every second
By Luna (Year 6, Caddies Creek Public School)Feeble gums, once strong and powerful, are collapsing to the earth below.
This is a sitch we have all seen happen.
So why? So why does nobody care?
Protecting the Red Panda's Realm
By Ella (Year 7, Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta)In mist-drenched mountains, veiled, whispers rise,
An enchanting sight, a hidden treasure's guise,
The red panda, grace, and charm intertwined,
In dwindling realms, let our voices be defined.
By Madeline (Year 6, Widemere Public School)Beneath me, the earth starts to tremble
The city’s crisis, crushed buildings and historic temples
I stand pondering when it will end
So, I can begin to heal and make amends
All the stars
By Frederick (F/K, Rosebud Primary School)All the stars in the sky,
The moon is burning silver,
The moon is burning silver.
Give me a wish.
By Maya (Year 6, Korowa Anglican Girls' School)Racing through the forest, clambering through the trees,
Running from the branches and the bushes that it’s seized,
The swirling fire remains untamed,
No mercy for the animal claimed,
The Tree's Life
By Tom (Year 6, St Luke's Grammar School)The leaves are my mouth, breathing the air,
Though this air is polluted,
Slowly killing myself and everything around it.
The Slowly Strangled Animal Kingdom
By Lucas (Year 6, Ashfield Public School)What was once a utopian icy paradise
Brimming with prey
Where young frolicked
We were supported by our home
my favorite tree
By Evie (Year 7, Wananami Remote Community School)I sit under my favourite tree, I hear a small, baby bird in its nest, waiting to be heard.
I sit under my favourite tree, a gouldian finch comes to sit next to me, looking ever so scared out of his nest waiting for mum, wondering if she would ever come.
I sit under my favourite tree, as mama finch flew in, there was no baby in sight, so she began l…
Life is everywhere
By Sander (Year 5, Fitzroy North Primary School)Life is everywhere from cities to forests to even deep underground.
Even more in the great sky abound a lot under the seven high seas.
To deserts and the great unexplored and polar to grasslands to wetlands and lakes.
From north to south and east to west. There is life there moving, walking, wriggling and slithering.
Perth is my home
By Chloe (Year 5, Highgate Primary School)Birds losing their homes
and safe spaces by the tweet.
a bunch of stumps.
The tunnel invasion
By Daniel (Year 7, Sydney Church of England Grammar School North Sydney)They are building a tunnel; under the harbour it will remain.
Costing us billions of dollars, do we not get a say?
Cars, trucks and construction dust,
Contaminate the air and our lungs can't adjust.