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One sunny day, the Wright family were moving house. At ten o’clock the removalists came to take all of their belongings. They started off by taking the television, then they took the sofa.

The operation was going well, until it was time to take the dining table. It was a lovely three and a half metre table made out of good quality oak wood. The removalists picked up the table so it could be taken to their truck. However, the table was so big it couldn’t fit through the door.

One of the removalists sighed.

“If only it were a bit smaller.”

The over removalists all nodded in agreement.

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Last night, an Australian band performed in front of a hundred, thousand people. After the performance they signed a contract.

They were given the contract by a man named Joe Root. Nobody knew that Joe was actually the English cricket captain and the contract was to force the band to support England for the rest of their lives.

The members of the band were all die-hard Cricket Australia supporters and they were devastated when they read the fine print on the contract. Two years later they performed at Lord’s cricket ground for the Ashes.

They never should have said yes…

 

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On Monday, young Johnny was on his rounds. Delivering the groceries to every one in town.

He rode down the hill and went round the bend and ended up on Down Street.

His bike came down the hill with tremendous pace and didn’t slow down one bit.

He rode over a bump in the old brick road and went flying into Farmer Sam’s garden.

He rode a few more metres before crashing into a bail of hay.

His vegetables flying everywhere.

And that is the story of young Johnny who was just going on his rounds. Who became unlucky, whilst doing his morning rounds.

Song Lyric Poem

Recently, we have been looking at song lyric poems.

We all made parodies about one of our favourite things.

It is to the tune of ‘Father We Praise Thee’, our school hymn.

T.V. you miracle

with all of your channels

high definition

and your Bose sound bar

I watch you every

day and in the nighttime

let me watch Kayo

and ABC Iview

Do not brake for me

other-wise I’ll have to

get a new T.V.

I want a Sony

sorry Samsung

Sony Bravia

and the classic Samsung

with your fast wifi

and your real life colour

I hope that you let me

get the latest update

thus, we adore thee

Do not brake for me

other-wise I’ll have to

get a new T.V.

I want a Sony

sorry Samsung

Thus, we adore thee

 

 

 

 

Song Lyric Poem

Today we have been looking at song lyric poetry.

We all made song parodies to one of our favourite things.

It is to the tune of  ‘Father we praise thee’, our school hymn.

 

T.V. you miracle

with all of your chanels

high definition

and your Bose sound bar

I watch you every

day and in the night time

let me watch kayo

and Iview

Sony Bravia

and you brilliant Samsung

with your fast wifi

and your real life colour

I hope that you let me

get the latest update

Thus, we adore thee

 

 

John the convict child

My name is John. I am a chimney sweep from London. I am 9 years old and have been an orphan ever since I could remember.

Being a chimney sweep is rough work and can be very dangerous sometimes. Take last week for example: It was a Monday and I was cleaning Mr. Jones’ chimney when I slipped and almost fell six feet to my death. But luckily I landed on a small ledge and lived to see another day. But on the bright side I do get paid pretty well. I get heaps more than a lot of orphans my age. Any way back to reality. Two weeks ago, I had no work for a whole week and I was running low on money (I only had a few pennies left). I was walking around knocking on doors asking people if their chimney needed to be cleaned;

when I saw an elderly man selling pistols by the road. I thought to myself that if I could get one of those pistols I could potentially sell it for a whole pound! Just as I was thinking of it,  the old man turned away to count the money that he was just given.

I saw my chance and darted for the table.

I swiped a pistol off the stand and then two aprons from the next stall (you never know when you might need them), and ran for my life. I looked at the pistol, it was a 17th century model quite old but still in pretty good condition. A police man chased after me, I shot him in the leg and he fell down, bleeding.

I was surprised that the old gun actually had bullets in it. But before long, I was caught…

Between then and my trial I was pretty much blanked out from the rest of the world. Where I was awaiting trial in Newgate Prison.

My trial was to be on Friday.

Eventually Friday came along.

I was sentenced to 7 years as a convict in Van Diemen’s Land or as some people call it:                                                    Australia.

I am writing this journal entry on the convict ship Prince of Wales.

Who knows, maybe, I’ll make a better life for myself in New South Wales.

Only time can tell.

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Dan 3 – 1788

Just  after supper yesterday, I was grabbed by two soldiers and had gotten  marched off to

Lieutenant Robert’s tent. I was charged with theft

and desertion.

I tried to explain that I didn’t steal the dog, I was returning it to Warawi.

It was no use, Robert’s told me to get a good nights sleep as in the morning I was to

be flogged.

Later that day we went into the forest to build the triangle in which I would be flogged.

Goodwin and I were instructed to build it. I could sense the fear in his voice, Goodwin was one of

my mates and I knew he did not want me to be flogged.

Right at that moment Warawi approached us holding a kangaroo skin.

She gestured for me to come over and see what she was holding.

Goodwin warned me not to as he thought I was in enough trouble already.

I peeked into her kangaroo skin basket and inside there was a tiny blonde puppy.

I told Goodwin to come over as well. He looked inside and his face suddenly melted.

A few minutes later, I took the puppy over to we’re Robert’s was.

Goodwin and I told Robert’s the values of having a puppy instead of a fully grown dog.

He agreed and got rid of my sentence. He told me that I was going to have to look after this dog

as well. With one exception, I obey his orders from now on. I nodded my head and took the puppy.

 

 

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