Colours of Wales - A Poem
Caitlin Hobbis, aged 7,
crowned Bard of Dinas Powys Primary School (Infants)
|Caitlin, proudly holding her dragon trophy|
The daffodils sway in the breeze.
They grow in a beautiful dainty meadow.
The petals shimmer like the shiny sun.
Dragon breath burns out orange and white sparks.
Dragons live on a fluffy, snowy mountain.
The dragons drive through the sky with their red scaly wings
The crowd cheer as Wales play.
Rugby players sing the National Anthem.
On a beautiful mountain like fluffy clouds
live bouncy, fluffy sheep.
Welsh cakes sizzle in the kitchen.