Kingsbury Episcopi - Blossom
Full Moon Tonight

The moon is breaking through the sky
Giving a creep to the orchard
There are some owls hooting somewhere
Under the trees sheep are grazing
The cows are bawling to each other
Right in front of me
The blossom is glistening white
Like diamond cobwebs in the moon
Petals are falling like snowdrops
A million at a time
Right in front of me.
-- Charlotte Gilliam --


Blossom poem

Bees, nectar, clover
Honey and larvae
Pollen on their legs
Queen bees, female bees.

A new tree has emerged
On a foggy night
Pixies live in a hole in the tree.
Roses are red
And violets are blue.
-- George Loxston --


Snow Queen

Snow queen
With lime green
And a snowy pink
Sprinkled over her
Dark brown sticks
Like a dress
A trunk entwined with moss
-- Daisy Baggs --


Group Poems
My orchard poem

I look in front of me
I see this wonderful tree
It is the most beautiful
blossom I've seen
And its very shiny and clean
The blossom is pink and white
I wonder what its like at night
I wonder I wonder
If the moon will be bright.
-- Honor Elliot --


Orchards

Sun beating between the trees
Blossom blowing in the breeze
Sheep Baaing from far away
Birds chirping as they play
Flies buzzing round and round
Children running making a sound
The smell in the orchard off we go !
Then here comes the mistletoe
-- Kristy Wright --


Orchard Poem

Trees are fun
Trees are beautiful
We climb them, we pick
Nice juicy fruit off the trees
When the trees flower
It falls to the ground
It looks like a pink and white wonder land

The blossom is beautiful
White and pink
When it comes anyone can see
And here is the blossom swaying
In the night wind and you hear the sheep
And lambs going BAAAA in the night.
-- Kyle Butler --



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