Being at School – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

When I am doing my work

I see kids walking past

the classroom

When it is breaktime

I see kids

going in from their breaktime

When it is lunchtime

I see kids walking past

with their lunchboxes

When it is last breaktime

I am ready to play

and have fun

When it is home time

I am ready

to hug my Mummy.

Poem written by Georgina Green, age 7.

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1 Response to Being at School – A Poem by Georgina Green (age 7)

  1. Susan Scott says:

    That’s jolly good! Well done!

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