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Summer changesShall I compare you to an unspoilt beach,your beauty surpasses even that.In the summer time, hoardes of people soak inthe sun, happiness within reach.People race to the water leaving half eaten food,sunscreen and buckets on the mat.But as the sun disappeared far out at sea,and the sky grows cool and dark,beachgoers rush home to a warm house and a hot tea.The sand once trodden, now has no mark.A winter rolls in, the water gets rough and white.The only sign of life are a few lonely seagulls.Icy water, stinging winds, grey skies - not a goodsight.Dark skies, an empty beach, it's pretty dull.But winter goes, summer will returnand so will the people.The sun as bright as ever will burn,as the people return in packs.Like the beach in summer, you're full of life,so beautiful, so calm and without strife.
The colour of my lifeRedwas the colour of a rose,the name of my mother,the ink of my pen.Yellowwas the sun,shinning bright white,the glue I used,the colour of my shirt.Bluewas the grat vast sea,under a blanket,the colour of the sky,in morning and before nightfall.Greenwas the colour of grass,soft and wet,the colour of my Ipodbefore it disappeared.Blackwas the sky at night,the piece of cardboard,the colour of my shoes.Whitewas a dove,the symbol of peace,the colour of the moon,round and jolly.
Lost and UnfoundI stand still and quiet,wondering where my friendcould be hiding.I whistle my rabbit calland wait.Suddenly the grass startto rustle.'Of course' I thought,'Stupid me.Where else would my bunny be?Playing hide and seekis her favourite game'My heart filled with reliefI shout her name.But it wasn't dear Fluffy,it was a bird.As days pass,I continue to wait,with tears in my eyes,I force myself to believethat she would never return.The fun we always shared,the comfort she always gave me.My first pet,gone in a wink.A memory she will always be,Never to be forgotten,Always my friend.She wasn't any old rabbit,she was mine.Part of familyPart of us.