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The Dragon on the Playground

From the book When the Teacher Isn't Looking

There's a dragon on the playground
who descended from the skies.
He swooped down on the schoolyard
where he took us by surprise.

He leapt across the blacktop
in a single bounding stride,
erupting flames and lava
to incinerate the slide.

He reared his huge and scaly head
and flapped his leathery wings,
then set the soccer field ablaze
and blackened all the swings.

He cauterized the asphalt
with a sudden, fiery flash.
Then reeled upon the seesaw
and converted it to ash.

He melted all the monkey bars.
The sand was molten glass.
With nothing left to liquefy
he headed for our class.

I doubt we'll soon be rid of him
despite the fires he's set.
You see, our teacher likes him,
so he's now the teacher's pet.

--Kenn Nesbitt

 


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On Sep 13, 2012 name from HJxYZduHSYx wrote:
Perfect work,
On Nov 16, 2011 Weber's class from USA wrote:
We love his poem! It is very funny. The students want to know where you get your ideas from.
On Nov 15, 2011 jkj from malaysia wrote:
really fun and cool
On Nov 14, 2011 guategirl513 from USA wrote:
OMG I loved this poem it so funny they need to make a show for thes poems!
On Oct 28, 2011 Kolton from U.S.A. wrote:
Awsome

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