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poem by Jake Mizen and Imogen Jeffery

I will treasure in my safe,

The last dinosaur alive,

A rusty clockwork knight full of darkness,

And the first brick of an Egyptian pyramid.

I will treasure in my safe,

A midnight black curse from a mythical witch,

A spark of silver hope,

And a story never to be discovered.

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Poem homework by Olivia weaver

A broken sky shattered into one thousand pieces.

The darkness of an ebony eclipse.

The last crystal scale from an ancient dinosaur.

The only known tooth from a megladon shark.

A last golden soul from a golden flower.

The last rain drop from an ivory sky.

As heir glow of a teal moon

Thaw dry drip of copper steel.

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The magic box by Jemima

I will put in the box,

A single scarlet echo from the darkest of caves, a violet wish from the deepest of souls, an indigo moon on the brightest of nights.

I will put in the box,

The last tick of a clock, the first movement of a baby, the smell of my favorite meal.

I will put in the box,

A wizard with a lightsaber and storm trooper with a wand.

I will put in the box,

A silver silk sandwich eaten on the sunniest of days, a velvet cloud hidden beneath the mountains, a spec of the whitest sand from the warmest beach.

My box is made from titanium steal, its lid is the skin of a crocodile, its hinges are the joints of my toes. My box is unbreakable just you wait and see. If you try and open it, it will bring you to your knees.