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My Room poem by Steve Turner

Discussion in 'Primary' started by PinkFluffyBunny, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. I am searching for this poem by Steve Turner My Room, Does anyone know where i might find it? Have tried google etc.
    It has been recommended to me to use in RE about special places as an introduction to Islam.
    If anyone could help i would be most grateful.
    Thank You
     
    mytmot likes this.
  2. I am searching for this poem by Steve Turner My Room, Does anyone know where i might find it? Have tried google etc.
    It has been recommended to me to use in RE about special places as an introduction to Islam.
    If anyone could help i would be most grateful.
    Thank You
     
  3. Is this it?



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    My Room!



    It's only a room,

    But it's my room.

    My space, my base,

    My place in the world.



    Brown bears stare

    from a ledge up above.

    I don't play with them now

    but can't give them the shove.

    They're stuffed

    too full of love.



    On the floor: a pair and a half

    of socks,

    a bundle of keys,

    without locks,

    a pair of goggles

    in a box.



    It's only a room,

    but it's my room.

    Somewhere to go,

    somewhere to sleep,

    somewhere to be sent,

    somewhere to hide,

    somewhere to cry,

    somewhere to dress,

    somewhere to think,

    somewhere to be.



    Steve Turner



     
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  4. That is fabulous, Thank you so much Brimm! x
     
  5. You are welcome [​IMG]
     

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