National Poetry Day Poems

The following poems were written for National Poetry Day with the theme ‘Remember’. Here are some poems that were written by our pupils during form class.

Remember

Rivers full of blood,

Engines roar above,

Marching closer to victory.

Echos of screams haunt them,

Machine guns crop the men in the field.

Bombs dropped left and right,

Everywhere, for your freedom and peace.

Remember, remember, remember.

By Peter Archbold and David Ochojski VES

 

Remember

Remember

Every

Minute

Every

Mile

But

Every

Regret

By the Year 8 pupils VES

 

Remember

Remember the days that have passed.

Every day. We’ll never forget them.

Memories of soldiers fighting wars.

Effects of shellshock still linger.

Memories of those who have fallen.

Brutal times have gone.

Everlasting poppies grow.

Remember the days that have passed.

Reminiscing in the trees

Easily listening to the bees

Monotone their fluent buzz

Even sounds by wings and fuzz

Momentary my conscience seized

By such sweet sounds of such sweet bees

Every day I plan to be

Remembering my happy bees.

By Angel Brown VRB

 

Realistic

Enemies

Make

Everlasting torture

More

Bitter so

Even when you’re feeling down

Remember that you have friends

By ‘W.B. Sharpe’ VJS

 

Reminisce

Every

Memory

Every

Moment, every minute

Because

Everyone needs to

Remember

By VRB

 

Remember

Every

Moment.

Even

Moments

Bitter and

Emotional.

Remember

By VJS

 

Rejoice in

Every

Moment.

Each

Memory is

Beautiful and

Eternal.

Remember.

By Samuel (Taylor) Sharpe VJS