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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Jasmine Gainfort, Coastlands School

Dear Autumn,  . Battered leaves blown, Misty fog flees, Streams slow-flowing, Daisy meadows die, Sloes start to grow, Leaves couple-coloured, Hedgehogs curl up closely, Squirrels tear up trees, Robins look forward As the sun starts to sleep. . Autumn, my friend, You are the best season. . © Jasmine Gainfort, aged 8, Coastlands School,  Pembrokeshire, …

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Rebecca Llewellin, Coastlands School

Dear Lavender, . I have to say The smell is delicious, The sway is divine, The colour so lilac-purple. I so much love those things – Swaying all day through. Bless you. . © Rebecca Llewellin, aged 8, Coastlands School, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Ann-Marie Coates, Coastlands School

Dear Horse, . Galloping happily in the meadow, Eating the sweet grass, Frolicking with friends. I like the way that You flick your misty mane. I love the noise When you neigh. . © Ann-Marie Coates, aged 10, Coastlands School,  Pembrokeshire, Wales

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Izzy Scale, Coastlands School

Dear Pig . Your pink twisted tail, Curly like a quaver. I love the way You play In the murky mud, Like a rollicking rhino. . But I am ever so sorry That I eat you: Sizzling sausages, Beautiful bacon.  . © Izzy Scale, aged 10, Coastlands School,  Pembrokeshire, Wales

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Lily Courie

Dear Ocean, . The sand between my toes, The wooshing sound of your waves Clashing against the rocks. Every day I see boats On your beautiful, azure surface. But… I am so, so sorry For all your fishy friends That might be getting sick Because of the crisp packet I dropped in the sea earlier. …

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Zac Rumble

The Pig’s Lament . Cows go “moo” – So annoying! Please get me Out of this Mud bath. Please don’t Eat me In a roll. I’m a nice, Calm animal. My skin is So soft. I’m so fat, So much meat… But can’t you find Something else to eat?! . © Zac Rumble, aged 9, …

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Maddie Beal, Coastlands School

Dear Field Mouse,   I love your hollow hideout, Storing corn all day. But when the freezing fall comes They will take the food away. . But, my dear friend Field Mouse, I do have to say, “It was I, I was the one Who chopped your tail away!” . © Maddie Beal, aged 9, Coastlands …

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Sophie Marshall, Coastlands School

Dear Friend,  . I could never forget playing with you, Or rolling down hills with you. Everywhere you’re with me, Within me. . I could never forget spinning with you And you whispering in my ear. And when we played hide and seek You could never be found. . © Sophie Marshall, aged 9, Coastlands …

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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Kyle Bowen, Coastlands School

Spinning . Dear Friend, Flying in the air, Spinning wildly. Summer is here. Where are you now? . Autumn’s here – Where have you been? . Oh dear friend, Can I call you ‘copter? . © Kyle Bowen, aged 8, Coastlands School, St. Ishmaels, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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Giving your Message Poems for National Poetry Day

The theme of National Poetry Day 2016 is messages, and it would be lovely if everyone who has written a message poem for the day could give their poem to someone… I have come up with a couple of creative ways you can give your nature message to another person. This message poem was written by …

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