A Poem On Narnia

July 25, 2009
By Meghna Kadalbajoo GOLD, Melbourne, Other
Meghna Kadalbajoo GOLD, Melbourne, Other
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Narnia- A land far, far away,

Which had only been born for a day,
When evil broke out in the form of a Queen,
(By the way, she was extremely mean),
But then came along the extraordinary Aslan,
Who put everything like it should be, back to plan,
He set the little boy Digory to get something to cure the Land,
And the little girl Polly came along as a helping hand,
Thus they went off on a journey with a flying horse,
This went over quite an adventurous course,
But the kids found a way out of all of the hardships,
(Although they ate toffee for dinner and really missed chips),
They proceeded to the Garden of Life the next day,
(I forgot to add it, but the horse also missed his hay),
To pick an apple that would protect Narnia for a long time,
But to get an apple you don’t have to pay a single dime,
Just promise that the fruit would not be for you,
And not to do anything too silly to do,
So they got the apple and tried to leave,
But guess who they met...you will not even believe,
It was the wicked queen once again,
And she only planned to spread sins and pain,
Don’t worry though, no-one fell in her trap,
And so they got away in a couple of flaps,
Digory ended up giving the apple to Aslan,
And everyone became part of a happy clan.

The author's comments:
This is a poem about the book'The Magician's Nephew' by C.S Lewis.

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Ainrana BRONZE said...
on Jan. 26 2010 at 6:27 am
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Favorite Quote:
"Always" -Severus Snape

I loved this poem! I loved the clever rhymes!! :)


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