An Autumn Poem, by Natalie Lee
All of the leaves turn red, orange and brown.
Until, finally, they all fall down.
This time of year, our food is cosy and warm.
Usually, ladybirds come out in a swarm.
Making Jack O’lanterns and soup is fun to do.
Natalie will dress up as a witch, ghost and vampire too!
Eating candy and carving pumpkins,
Among lots of other things,
Is super exciting,
Just like writing,
This Autumn poem is for you.
Autumn time is here at last!
A time to celebrate Taiwan’s past.
With flags and helicopters way up high.
We wave and look towards the sky.
When we celebrate, we have lots of fun.
With fireworks and the people of Taiwan.
Here are some things I have done,
Underneath the Autumn sun,
I went glamping and slept in a tent,
It was time well spent,
I also enjoyed Mid-Autumn Festival,
I ate mooncakes but not vegetables,
International Day at school,
Is where everyone gets to choose,
Which country’s costume they want to wear,
As a way to show they care,
For others all around the world.
In the holidays there’s lots to do,
For friends and family to enjoy too.