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Earthquake poetry - 8B Earthquake poetry - 8B Presentation Transcript

  • EARTHQUAKE POETRY Year 8B
  • Earthquake Poem Rumble, rumble shake, shakeEmergency, emergency this is not fake! Earthquake Buildings break, Things fall over like a rake. Stairwells all around, Crash bang, they hit the ground. People are homeward bound, Lost people need to be found! Oliver Fitzhardinge
  • Devastation Earthquake happening, Tarmac surfing, New invention, Christchurch now a ghost town,Media swarming over facilities and buildings munted, Liquefaction gobbling up all the vehicles, Never want to go back, Nothing left. By Jayden Beckett.
  • Earthquake Poem By Henry Idiens 8BEarth rumbles,And buildings crumble with people inside,Rescuers rush to save people,Terror rips through people’s hearts,Horrifying sights are all around us,Quivering people clutch each other,Utter destruction of historic buildings,Knowing of people that have no homes,Earth shakes in all directions,Sounds of sirens fill the air.
  • 22 February ndIt came from nowhereIt was all just a big blur The silence was here By Nicholas Marriott
  • The dreadful quake I thought it was doneBut then the noise came again Emptiness was full By Nicholas Marriott
  • The day of the quake The noise was a bangA women’s emotion was fear The shake was over By Nicholas Marriott