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This week we have been analysing some famous remembrance poems including In Flander's Fields and We Will Keep The Faith.
Today we worked together as a whole class to create this outstanding war poem just in time for remembrance day.
Poppies grow on Flander's Fields in between the dead,
Like the fallen heroes blood, crimson blooming red,
In No Man's Land the soldiers are in a peaceful sleep,
When they died they never cried only the relatives weep.
Overhead silence is deafening throughout the empty sky,
Even the birds pay their respect by never flying by,
Troops of soldiers suffer in trenches bodies covered in mud,
Their last words were "we'll meet again" or "good luck bud."
At the dreadful time of war soldiers were our only hope,
Without these brave young men our country couldn't cope,
We will never forget this suffering on 11th of November,
Sacrificing their lives for us we will always remember.
Letters from the Lighthouse
For the Autumn term we will be reading Letters from the Lighthouse and we are all curious about Suki's whereabouts and the identity of the mysterious man.
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