Kingsbury Episcopi - Blossom
Imaginary Orchard

An enchanted forest
With beautiful trees
They have delicate fingers
Covered in jewels
Snow white butterflies
Fluttering in the breeze
So angelic
Dipped in grace
Its like angels
Watching over us
In paradise.
-- Martha Parkinson --


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 --


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 --


Group Poems
Bee Poem

Bees sting,
Bees make honey for us to eat
They fly all day long
So that they may feed themselves
and they make honey
Which is worth a lot of money
And the honey is very yummy
They are black and yellow
And the queen bee is very bossy.
-- Kyle Butler --


Wow

I have just seen a one in a million tree
With creamy pink blossom
Its like heaven, so beautiful
Like a fairy is going to float down
And announce God's coming.

With diamond cobwebs
And twinkley leaves
Such delicate flowers
I smell them from here
Its magic from another world
Too beautiful for somewhere like this
Its puts me in a trance
I cannot talk cannot think.

Just Gaze.
-- Martha Parkinson --


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 --



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