Fireworks Poem by Valerie Worth

Fireworks

Rating: 5.0


First
A far thud
Then the rocket
Climbs the air,
A dull red flare,
To hang, a moment
Invisible, before
Its shut black shell cracks
And claps against the ears
Breaks and billows into bloom
Spilling down clear green sparks, gold spears,
Silent sliding silver waterfalls and stars.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Bella 04 October 2018

This is a great resource

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charlie 23 August 2019

is this the real you at school

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aubri 16 November 2017

this poem is my heart

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Kitten 12 December 2017

OK your cool

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savannah 11 September 2018

yes it is cool

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no 14 March 2022

I like the poem fireworks

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The weirdo 05 November 2021

I feel bad for the people who think this is the real valerie

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me 26 October 2021

hi luethkes minions

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sydney 26 October 2021

???????????

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sydney 26 October 2021

hi amber and ellie

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Valerie Worth

Pennsylvania / United States
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