Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Crossing the Tasman - Bonus activity

Hello Blogging world! For the bonus activity we had to make any poem about this story. Here is the story, One day Australian people decided to explore New Zealand so they did. They hopped on the air plane and buckled up their seat belts before the ride started. Not a while later a snowstorm started happening and all the heavy ice boarded on the pilot's window that they couldn't even see anything. After a long 14 hour plane ride everyone remained safe. Imagining if I were to be on that ride for such a long time here is a poem that I would have written. 

The views of the ocean was mind blowing.

After a while the snow storm began.

Snow collided with the air plane.

Magically but safely landed at Christchurch.

After a bumpy but successful ride I am still alive!

Never ending long storm.

Do you like my poem? It isn't a rhyming poem, comment down below what poem you think it is. From making this blog post I learnt how long their ride is from Australia to New Zealand in the 1920s. It was hard to find a poem because every poem is very creative and fun to use as a template. It was easy to find a site where lots of poems are because the Summer Learning Journey site already had a link. I hope you enjoyed this blog post! Please drop a comment to improve my work! Bye! Bye! Blogging world!


  1. Malo e lelei Amie,

    I really like how your poem is told from your point of view and in chronological order of how it all unfolded. I’m also loving the fact that you share what else you’ve learned about the subject in the last paragraph, I can tell you love learning and I appreciate your dedication! Maybe next time you could write a poem from the planes point of view, that’d be so interesting!

    I’ve thought about it and I have no idea about what type of poem you’ve selected, I’ve looked at a few types but I can’t quite put my finger on it. I’ll get back to you when I do, I love a challenge.

    Toe feiloa’i fo’i,


    1. Hello Cia, that would be interesting to talk about the views with a poem. I will give you a clue the poem starts with a "A" and ends with a "c." Thank you for commenting!
      From: Amie


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