In English lessons, Gabriel in Year 8 had to turn a piece of prose from the WWII story ‘Rose Blanche’ by Roberto Innocenti into a poem.
He used the ending of the story to be the format of his poem. Gabriel has used his own thoughts and cleverly turned this piece of prose into a poem.
Robins sung as the cold retreated.
Grass of lush green advanced with a gentle note of cinnamon in the air.
Roses bloomed and cherry blossom flowers, swayed back and forth.
The colour of life splattered across the crimson field.
Trees burst into colour and animals filled the world with life.
Birds in their nests tweeted a tune and their message was heard.
Spring had triumphed!