Treasure Island

Molly Arwen


craigdendarroch


Craigdencarrodh is a fun place to have a holiday

Round the swimming pool you can swim

Aswell as sitting in the spa,

In the lodges you can sit
watching the television or playing

Games.

Endingless fun
you

Never want to go home.

Dreadfull time if you missbehave,

And yet
if you behave
you

Really

Really will have a good time.

Outstanding fun
you can have
at the

Craigdendarroch, so sometimes you wish that yoy don't want to go

Home

Molly Arwen
(age 10)
26.3.08

Submitted: Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2008

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  • Penny Hemans (3/28/2008 7:37:00 AM)

    Sounds like wonderful fun Molly! Your poetry is full of description: -)) Well done! Love Penny xxx (Report) Reply

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