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What are…

What are memorable? An amazing day out at Borth beach, a trip to Alton Towers and Miss Heledd’s death.

What are forgetful? Being a newborn baby at home in bed, the bike lying in your garage you forgot about and the teddy bears in your room.

 

What are smooth? The back of a big black beetle, the long grey table I am working on and lake Victoria’s smooth water.

What is rough? The old stony road leading up to my house, the jagged stones leading up to Snowdon and the bark of my 200 year old oak tree.

 

What are quiet? The beating wings of a butterfly, the rustling leaves of a tree and a robber stealing a piece of art.

What are loud? Lighting destroying whatever it touches, the laughing of a pack of hyena chasing down its prey, a chainsaw cutting down a large tree.

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What are…

What are small? A single piece of rice left on your plate in a Chinese restaurant and a dust bunny escaping a hoover on cleaning day.

What are big? An iceberg before the Titanic hit  in the dead of night and an ego before being crushed by a break up.

What are hot? A steaming cup of freshly made tea and a train engine running all day.

What are cold? The depths of the deep, dark, blue ocean and snow in a winter wonderland in the full realms.

What are fast? A cheetah running as fast as they can from poachers and a fairground ride swirling full of screaming people.

What are slow? A tortoise trying to run a race and a sloth trying to get down from a hot tree in Hawaii.

What are frail? A single crunchy leaf falling from a big blossom tree in the Autumn and a little antique tea cup from China.

What are strong? The skin in an elephant on a hot Summers day in Africa and a bellowing roar from a male lion.

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What are large? A large tree in a forest and a giant iceberg in the middle of the sea.

 

What are heavy? The school’s big whiteboard and a mountain in the middle of nowhere.

 

What are cold? Snow straight from the North Pole and ice from a giant iceberg.

 

What are hot? A fire burning down the school and when my switch has been on for hours on end.

What are……

What are small? A piece of hair from a baby mouse, a cute little earing and a newborn tadpole.

What are big? The biggest mountain on Earth, a mansion for the richest people and a billboard in middle of Japan.

 

What are loud? A lion roaring in the summer, a baby crying and a train speeding past the station.

What are quiet? A mouse sneaking through a house, a kitten sleeping tight in the spring and a paper falling from the classroom wall.

 

What are fast? A cheetah hunting down its prey, a human running the London marathon and a sheepdog herding the sheep.

What are slow? A sloth walking to get some delicious food, a tired person walking home from their work and a tortoise crossing the road to go to the beach.

 

What are cold? A penguin in Antarctica, the food inside a freezer and ice from the coldest lake.

What are hot? The lava exploding from a volcano, a nicely cooked fish and a bombfire for fireworks.

 

What are pretty? A bunch of cute flowers, a newborn kitten and the sunset in the Summer.

What are ugly? A ally with trash, a dead fish on the beach and a bunch of dead flowers.

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What are poem

What are loud? A sheeps bleet up on the mountain and the kettle making lovely tea.

What are small? Little crawling black bugs and little fruity gummy bears.

 

What are forgetful? Words of an old script and being a newborn baby.

What are heavy? The Eiffel tower in the stunning Sky up above.

 

What are cold? The snowman in the Winter and the iceberg before hitting the Titanic.

What is shiny? The football Champions League trophy and the sun shining up above.

 

What are frail? The silver foil breaking in half and the heart in the body.

What are smooth? Hair in the morning after washing it the day before and a fruity smoothie.

What are…

What are…

What are pretty? A horse galloping in the show ring and a dog running after a wild rabbit.

 

What are loud? A T rex roar after seeing its pray and the sound of a horse seeing another horse.

 

What are unkind? A python snake and a giant bull elephant waiting to chase you.

 

What are quiet? The flowers swishing away in the wind and the leaves falling on to the ground

 

What are small? A tiny door mouse crawling around the house and a baby`s tooth.

 

What are hot? The steam of scorching lava thats just gone bang and the boiling Ketel water frizzing inside.

 

What are cold? An ice burg freshly frozen and a glass shaking full of ice freezing the juice.

 

What are cute? A baby foal thats just been born and a puppy as small as your hand.

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What are…

What are empty? A wardrobe from Ikea when it has been built in your bedroom and you’re old house when its for sale.

What are full? My homework book at the end of term looking towards the 6 fun filled weeks of Summer holidays, A jar filled with sticky honey and dripping on your carpet and a Ipad’s storage when kids take random pictures.

 

What are large? A crowd of people waiting in a long line for lunch in school and the cleanest modern mansion in the world.

What are small? A baby’s first tooth shinning in the light of the sun, A mouse making its way to all the cheese in the fridge and the size of a toddlers pinky finger when they hold a hand up.

 

What are hot? Days in the summer when we can go in the pool and have a BBQ, the hot sun in space shinning light to the Earth and a piece of metal when it has been left outside on a hot day.

What are cold? The ice burg that the Titanic crashed into a long time ago and the sea when me and my cousin splash in it.

 

What are patterned? My tie-die t-shirt from New Look with a blue and white swirl in the middle of it and a precious sunset at around 8:00 pm.

What are plain? A very glossy wooden dinner table with nothing on it, An A4 piece of paper without a bright, colourful drawing on it and paper plates with no food on them in a party.

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What are..?

What are new? A newborn baby, a fresh egg, my full pencil case when I come back to school in September.

What are old? My Nan and Grandad, a rotten apple fallen from a tree, the univrse and dinosaurs from back in the day.

What are shiny? A scarlett back Ladybird, the reflection of the sun on a summer day, a car after a car wash.

What are rusty? A old bike that has been kept away for so long, a car’s engine from 1976.

What are hot? A boilling kettle, the sun, the blue center of a fire, a ghost chilli pepper.

What are cold? The Antartica and the Arctic, my freezer in my house.

What are dry? The Savanna dessert, clothes after been left out on a summer day, a mouth after running a lap around the yard.

What are wet? The Irish sea, my hair after having a shower, grass after rain from the night.

What are loud? A lions roar and a scream.

What are quiet? A whisper, the fluttering wings of a butterflys, and a secret.

What are….?

What are…?

What are loud? A drum beat when the drummer hits the drum as hard as they can, a lion’s roar as it runs after its prey and a jet’s engine as it soars through the sky.

What are quiet? A mouse as it scuttles through your house to get some cheese, a snake slithering through a jungle as it watches everything and a buzzing bee as it collects pollen to make some honey.

 

What are fast? A cheetah whizzing through the grass as it runs after a gazelle, a molten rock as it flies out of a volcano with sputters of lava coming off of it and a supercar zooming through a race track as it beats everyone else.

What is slow? A slug making a trail of slime as it finds somewhere safe to stay for the night, an ant scuttling back to its nest after finding food and a sloth climbing through trees with a newfound mate.

 

What is big? The enormous Titanic as it sits dead at the bottom of the ocean, a sky scraper as it watches in the sky as people leave for their lives and a rocket as it prepares to leave for space.

What is small? A chick as it just cracks out of it’s nest ready for the world, a lizard crawling through the sand trying to find a cold patch of sand and a small fish swimming through the depths of the ocean.

 

What is hot? The bubbling lava at the bottom of a volcano ready to launch out, the Sun as it shines down onto Earth making millions of lives happy and a stolen computer you bought from a dodgy shop,

What is cold? You after you lie to your Mum cold heartedly and she gives you the stare, an icicle as it melts in a frozen cave no one knows exists and a person as they freeze climbing up Mt. Everest.

What are….?

What are…?

What are loud? A drum beat when the drummer hits the drum as hard as they can, a lion’s roar as it runs after its prey and a jet’s engine as it soars through the sky.

What are quiet? A mouse as it scuttles through your house to get some cheese, a snake slithering through a jungle as it watches everything and a buzzing bee as it collects pollen to make some honey.

 

What are fast? A cheetah whizzing through the grass as it runs after a gazelle, a molten rock as it flies out of a volcano with sputters of lava coming off of it and a supercar zooming through a race track as it beats everyone else.

What is slow? A slug making a trail of slime as it finds somewhere safe to stay for the night, an ant scuttling back to its nest after finding food and a sloth climbing through trees with a newfound mate.

 

What is big? The enormous Titanic as it sits dead at the bottom of the ocean, a sky scraper as it watches in the sky as people leave for their lives and a rocket as it prepares to leave for space.

What is small? A chick as it just cracks out of it’s nest ready for the world, a lizard crawling through the sand trying to find a cold patch of sand and a small fish swimming through the depths of the ocean.

 

What is hot? The bubbling lava at the bottom of a volcano ready to launch out, the Sun as it shines down onto Earth making millions of lives happy and a stolen computer you bought from a dodgy shop,

What is cold? You after you lie to your Mum cold heartedly and she gives you the stare, an icicle as it melts in a frozen cave no one knows exists and a person as they freeze climbing up Mt. Everest.