By Manju Satheesh
I wake up through the misty blanket
I don’t know people love or hate me
For ruin their lovely shining weather
But I am sure they like my magic of
changing colours of the leaves of trees.
Manju is a member of Richmond EAL Friendship Group and has been coming to our group activities since 2018.
Words by: Manju Satheesh
Why are you here little spiky tot?
What is your purpose of born?
You teach us new techniques and
new way of life and act as a motivator too…
Hey, Teeny-Weeny because of you
We retain the bond in our nest.
We retrieve our friendships and enjoy the chats
which cherished in our life forever.
But we still hate the monster in you and
the nasty game you play.
Poor little creature it’s your fate
Please, vanish before we banish you
But I promise, we remember you in our life
forever and ever.
Manju has been attending our EAL classes and group activities since 2018.
Words by: Fisun Zat
Today we share a short poem written by one of our students, Fisun Zat. Fisun has been coming along to Richmond EAL Friendship Group activities since 2018. It is wonderful to see our students getting inspired and creative with language.
Enjoy Fisun’s poem!
The autumn is coming, finally
All the trees and leaves coloured lovely
I could go out if it is not rainy
The view is beautiful and misty.