Rosh Hashanah by Anjali

First we clear our schedules we do this because we need to make time for the up coming seaons rosh hashanah normally is on september. Next we have a family meal at the first night of rosh hashanah this is a time of caring,sharing and spending time with your family. Thirdly when you have the meal we dip challah bread into a bowl of honey and apples this is a sign of a sween new year. Fourthly we light some candles and say some rituels blessings over the candles.  Next we go to the temle in this case to them the cinagog we go their to be closer to god and we say prays and hyms. After going to the temple we blow the shofar horn this is a sign of examining your behavior.Now we go to a flowing river and throw the challah bread into the flowing water this is a sign of letting go of your sins. After this we reflect on the past and think about the up coming year.Finally give to charity, we give to people who are less fortunate then us like Jesus and God as we would want to followw his footsteps.

The Malfeasance [by jayden]

The Malfeasance is a beast that is an ugly creature that is scary that is kind inside but people are attacking it when it is not harming them.

What is this poem about?

What do you like about it?

When we performed it, what made it so effective?

The Malfeasance

It was a dark, dank, dreadful night

And while millions were abed

The Malfeasance bestirred itself

And raised its ugly head.

The leaves dropped quietly in the night,

In the sky Orion shone;

The Malfeasance bestirred itself

Then crawled around till dawn.

Taller than a chimney stack,

More massive than a church,

It slithered to the city

With a purpose and lurch.

Squelch, squelch, the scaly feet

Flapped along the roads;

Nothing like it had been seen

Since the recent fall of the toads.

Bullets bounced off the beast,

Aircraft made it grin,

Its open mouth made an eerie sound

Uglier than sin.

Still it floundered towareds,

Still the city reeled;

There was panic on the pavements,

Even policemen squealed.

Then suddenly someone suggested

(As the beast had done no harm)

It would be kinder to show it kindness

Better to stop the alarm.

When they offered it refreshment

The creature stopped in its track;

When they waved a greeting to it

Steam rose from its back.

As the friendliness grew firmer

The problem was quietly solved:

Terror turned to triumph and

The Malfeasance dissolved.

And where it stood there hung a mist,

And in its wwake a shining trail,

And the people found each other

And thereby hangs a tail.

Alan Bold.

I think the it could be sandman because sandman can dissolve and in the poem the malfeasance dissolve and sandman can turn into things and it says the Malfeasance has scaly feet and sandman could of turned into a dragon.

The Malfeasance :) by nevaeh

 

The Malfeasance

It was a dark, dank, dreadful night

And while millions were abed

The Malfeasance bestirred itself

And raised its ugly head.

The leaves dropped quietly in the night,

In the sky Orion shone;

The Malfeasance bestirred itself

Then crawled around till dawn.

Taller than a chimney stack,

More massive than a church,

It slithered to the city

With a purpose and lurch.

Squelch, squelch, the scaly feet

Flapped along the roads;

Nothing like it had been seen

Since the recent fall of the toads.

Bullets bounced off the beast,

Aircraft made it grin,

Its open mouth made an eerie sound

Uglier than sin.

Still it floundered towareds,

Still the city reeled;

There was panic on the pavements,

Even policemen squealed.

Then suddenly someone suggested

(As the beast had done no harm)

It would be kinder to show it kindness

Better to stop the alarm.

When they offered it refreshment

The creature stopped in its track;

When they waved a greeting to it

Steam rose from its back.

As the friendliness grew firmer

The problem was quietly solved:

Terror turned to triumph and

The Malfeasance dissolved.

And where it stood there hung a mist,

And in its wwake a shining trail,

And the people found each other

And thereby hangs a tail.

Alan Bold.

What is the poem about?

The Malfeasance is about a uglier than sin creature which is lurking the town making a riot spread across the town. People shoot at the creature but nothing happens. Aircraft make it grin. It is taller than a chimney stack, larger than a church. Its open mouth makes an eerie sound uglier than sin.

What do you think the Malfeasance is?

I think the Malfeasance could be hatred or racism and the more people show hate towards it the more it grows and when it was showed kidness it dissolved and left the people alone

What is the message in this poem?

The message in this poem is to treat others how you would like to be treated. In the poem they were shooting the Malfeasance but when they were kind to him he left them in peace. Another message in this poem is to not judge people by their looks.

Jim’s bio by Mark

I was depressed. My heart felt like a needle was stabbed into it, because my ma was dead. I was starving from all the walking I was doing. Then something caught my eye, a shining shilling just laying on the floor. I tiptoed to the truffle shop, holding my brown shilling in my left hand. On the way I remembered it, I have lost my dad; I have lost my ma; I have lost my sisters. The truffle shop was delicious but the only problem was there was only jam. I was so hungry I bought it anyway. Tiredly, I laid down and fell asleep on the street.

As I woke i found myself in a carriage. I couldn’t see much because of the big iron bars as windows. All I could see was a bit of the road and the sky. I could hear the carriage’s wheels going over bumps. Breathtakingly, I smelt a beautiful smell. It was chocolate. I love chocolate. As I looked up I saw a cloud that looked like me and my family walking together. All of a sudden, I smelt thick, grey fog in the air. “We are here sonny. The workhouse,” said the driver laughing.

Our trip to St Anne’s Church by Anjali

Me and my class went to our church to learn about some key things about mass and also more about the seven sacraments. We also looked around the church and learned a lot of things in the church. Like on the left of the high altar there is a lamb we believe that that reminds us of how lambs die still and doesn’t move or talk just like how Jesus died on the cross for us.

We also learned that we only use wax candles because Jesus is the light of the world and when you light the candle it will die like how Jesus died on the cross. We have learned that when Jesus died there was blood and a little bit of water so when we have mass they had a little bit of water to really remind us that.

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