In Our RV in Australia
I’m having a long car ride.
Like 40 hours long.
I think I’m getting car sick,
And something else is wrong.
There are chairs in the bathroom.
There’s a tabletop on my bed.
We are driving from inside our house.
We are driving on the left.
There are very tall mountains,
Which can be a little strange,
Especially when you’re from Florida,
A mountain-less kind of range.
The GPS has an accent,
But she tells us where to go.
“In forty meters turn left,” she says.
How on earth can she know?
I’m sorry to say this is all true,
From the inside of an RV.
Then we get to the campgrounds.
Phew! We are finally free!
(Check out our < 3 on life in an RV, episode 3)
What a great poem! made me feel like i was riding inside the RV.
Wow, that was a great poem. But I agree with you- I don’t want to go in that rv!
Wow! That was an awesome poem, Lucy! It’s an adventure to follow you all on this blog and I look forward to each post. Keep learning!
Me encanto! I can’t wait to read another one!
Wow that is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
I really liked your poem and I hope you have
Lots of fun and don’t forget to look out for
Amazing!!! What a great poem! So well written!!
Awesome poem Lucy! I loved writing poetry when I was your age and with your world travels you will actually have interesting experiences to write about!!! xo, Ms. Kathy
I love your poem, Lucy! I felt like I was in the RV with you. I look forward to reading about your travels. Have fun guys!
I can’t wait to share this with our class, Lucy! This is perfect timing, as we are practicing for our speech contest in February and are knee-deep in poetry.
P.S. I’ve always wondered what it felt like to drive on the left.
What a talent! How fun!! And now some silly questions for you Lucy! Why are there chairs in the bathroom? How are you going to drive to Singapore? They have delicious food and malls in Singapore! Enjoy and keep writing!
¡ Me encanta tu poema! More! More!
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