Marine Environment Poetry

6th Class were learning about the Marine Environment and wrote some poetry.

A beady eyed fish,
A seahorse made the water go swish,
A plastic water bottle,
An earring has sunk to the bottom,
A shark with a plan,
There is a sunken fan,
A clam with a pearl,
That man who is littering is named Earl,
A lovely red ribbon,
The dolphins belly jiggled, 
An old whale,
All part of a fishes tale.

By Brooke Boyd

What’s in the Ocean?
A bottle, a squid
An a couple of quid,
An eagles feather,
And a fish hook tether,

An aluminium dish,
And a school of fish,
A plastic bottle wrapper,
And a stingray zapper,
And a bunch of dolphins.

By Megan Mc

What’s in the Sea?
What could there be?
A multicoloured fish,
A leftover dish,
A deck of cards,
And some candy bars.
A clam with a bead,
A shark with a really sharp nose,
And a starfish doing a pose.

By Daisy Buckley


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