Kingsbury Episcopi - Blossom
Bees

The Royal Jelly
Feeds one belly
They live in a hive
when they are alive
They make honey
Which is very yummy
They go in a swarm
That keeps them warm
They're yellow and black
With little legs with sacks
They protect the queen
And keep her nice and clean.
-- Honor Elliott, Grace Green and Charlotte Gilliam --


Orchard poem

The sun is falling through the trees
With the blossom falling down
Sprinkling like snow
Sheep running around
Chomping grass as they go
I see the cobwebs sparkle
As glitter shines
Sun is beating through the trees
It makes a lovely breeze.
-- Holly Cox --


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
Orchard poem

Lots of blossom blowing in the wind
The flowers are attracting bees
Ten million bees going tree to tree
Making us honey giving us money
There's dew on the ground making lots of sound
Squelching, squidging through the wet grass
There's a column of trees blowing in the breeze
-- Chris Glyde --


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 --


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 --



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