Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Dusty Room

Here is a poem about a dusty room that needs to be cleaned I hope you enjoy.

                                                  Dusty Room

Tearing walls ripping down

The smell of mold goes round and round

The taste of black Liquorice  makes everything vicious

Windy sounds come rushing through in different areas of the room
From wall to wall the smell gets stronger
Inside and outside no smell of delight
Trapped all alone and nowhere to go     
But no need to stress it's just a big mess

Walking through the door

we notice the ripped walls

moulded roofs
with rats crawling through
and cockroaches

crawling round and round         

As I arrived in the room I looked down.

And I see Paint falling off the roof and I start to drown

I could smell a Musty smell on the wall.
Than I start feeling small.
When I looked around I can hear the Mouse's footsteps running on the roof.
But I wish it would be soundproof
As I drew the Curtains then I feel goosebumps coming up my arm
As I walk around the room I have this kind of dry taste in my mouth like I want to spew it out.

The room starts to rumble
 The ceiling began to crumble
Smelling mould
I start to get a cold
Everything’s broken
And it can’t be spoken
Disgusting floors
Covered in paint
Broken draws
I wanted to faint

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Jalen!

    I'm Mark - a teacher working for the Summer Learning Journey you've signed up for. I was just going through everyone's blogs to see who has started (and it's totally okay that you haven't yet, don't worry) and I came across this awesome poem you wrote!! Great work! I can't believe a year 7 student wrote it! You must have a fantastic knack for this kind of thing.

    Our SLJ programme is all about travel, and it has some poetry components in it too. I thought you might like to give them a go as well since you're so good at this. There are a bunch of other activities too, so it's up to you really.

    I hope you have a great holiday and am looking forward to reading some of your work soon!

    Kia kaha!



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