Sailors Of The Sea
Benjamin Davine, Grade 6, St Patrick's Parish School -
On the old wood ship, All sails drop down, Off you and your crew depart, Leaving your lovely home town. The cold wind rushing on you, You all feel so true. Then the whole boat trip starts to turn right around, as the sky turns to grey in front like a dirty, dust mound. The thunder starts to boom, the lighting starts to flash, The water slams against with a crash and a splash. The waves get larger and the ship sways hard, You try to steer away but the sail is jarred. You keep your head low as the ship start to break, as you all know that your lives were at stake. So you climb really fast up to the big sail pole, and start to patch up a very large hole. You remove the object stuck in the sail, and steer away nearly missing a whale! Back home you do go, To find your way you use the moons glow. Back at home your greeted, by your friends welcome you are treated. In bed that night you dream, How that adventure was so extreme....