Wolf

A Poem To Be Spoken Loudly

Wolf

Grace and Jack have written poems based on the Pie Corbett poem ‘A Poem to be Spoken Silently’. They wrote their own versions called ‘A Poem to be Spoken Loudly’ and they have done wonderful jobs!

Wolf

A Poem to be Spoken Loudly

It was so loud you could not hear the fire bell

It was so ear splitting you could not hear a dragon roaring

It was so noisy you could not hear the wolf howling

It was so bashing you could not hear a car crashing or beeping

By Grace

 

 

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A Poem to be Spoken Loudly

It was so ear-splitting you could not hear the howling of the hurricane.

It was so deafening you could not hear the roaring of a V1 bomb.

It was so hair-raising you could not hear clanging of guns.

It was so loud you could not hear soldiers screaming.

By Jack

 

One comment

  1. Grace, I love your ideas and use of creatures in the poem. I particularly like the dragon roaring.

    Jack, I love the vocabulary you have chosen, especially ‘howling’ and ‘deafening’. What fantastic ideas!

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