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This is the Poem by Maamulaha Highbury Quadrant Poet of Year Emine:
The littlest light on the Christmas tree
I’m the littlest light,
Never on the Christmas tree,
As small as a ladybug…
All my the others laugh and tease,
Whenever I wish to feel that breeze,
And when I ever try to look great,
I just meet my saddest fate,
The dark and gloomy box of shame,
This is it, I’ve lost my game,
But even so, I do not cry,
As I huff and puff, I try and try…
…But whatever I do, I do not shine.
And when another year has passed,
I wake up all brave again, at last,
A sweaty hand picks me up,
…throws me, into the dark…
Trembling, I try to see,
What on earth has happened to me?
Suddenly, a bright light appeared,
Melting my eyes, I’m terribly feared.
At last, I see I am in a snowy place,
With a large, fresh tree like an emerald lace,
And this time I don’t get dumped madly,
But a welcoming hand helps me up the tree.
Finally, the time I’ve been waiting for,
Presents are delivered, a time of awe,
Now’s the time as you see,
I’m the littlest light on the Christmas tree…
Winterfest is organised by the Highbury Quadrant School Association and proceeds will go towards further improving the small hall for music lessons. It will be a great opportunity for children to show how much they have already gained from their musical education, the...