‘Over the Sea’ by Grace Edwards, Age 13, Year 9, Bury St Edmunds County High School

The calm grey sea was slowly crashing into the shore as I walked past dipping my feet into the ice cold sea. The flavour of the air was bitter as the salty water was strong. 

As the sun slowly set, it created a bloody sky, the light of the pear lit up when the sky got darker and darker.The consistent loud arcade noise rings over and over again.

Suddenly everywhere I looked the light was reflecting into the sea beaming across. As the night gets later the waves start to get darker and waves start to crash over and over again.

The cold water bordered the dry sand and the dangerous seas to the safe warm land.

The slanting rays of the setting sun gave a warm orange tinge to the sky. The sky was ablaze with the fire of the setting sun. The night sky was aglow with bright  lights. The pale crescent moon shone like a silvery claw in the night sky.