Evacuee poems

On national poetry day Year Six wrote poems about being evacuated. Here are some extracts  . . .

Trains packed, queues and rows,

Freedom for some, shock for most,

Planes blazing through the sky,

Get them out or they will die. – John

 

Worried souls enter the train station, their hearts as cold as ice,

Horrible screams and shouts, chills the childrens minds.

Their faces poring with cold, salty tears,

Frightened faces fill their souls,

The dark dim lights, triggers the dear of darkness,

The unsettling noise teaches children, war is coming to this land. – Raymond

 

Tiny scared children, wait in suspense,

Ready to be taken to a ‘better place’

Sad, worried children cry and scream,

You can see the fear in their faces. – Holly

 

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