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All three of these poems
were written by children attending New Inn Primary School.
I wish I had an aeroplane
And I'd fly away to sunny Spain.
I would live in the sun, and have great fun,
And never go back to school again.
By Alan Coen
This is the night when witches fly
On their whizzing broomsticks through the Winter sky.
Steering up the pathway where the stars are strewn
They stretch their skinny fingers to the waking moon.
By Emma Hynes
My dog is brown and white
And he runs about at night.
He chases birds and bees,
And sometimes I think he may have flees.
By Louise Cannon
Note added on July 1st 1999: Spelling
mistake in above poem
was later the subject of a quiz - which was won by
Father Murray and Mrs. Clare Dooley (Head Mistress)
Mrs. Maureen Earls
Ms Avril Kelly
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