The London Eye

The London Eye
Is a giant wheel
All white and bright
And made of steel
It’s slowly turning
Round and round
Offering views of London
Above the ground
Famous landmarks and
Sights dramatic
The nation’s history
Old visitors express
In children’s faces
But all agree
It’s worth the fee
To ride the wheel
The sights to see.

About the Poem

A wonderfully descriptive poem about The London Eye, the enormous Ferris wheel erected on the south bank of the Thames, which for many was the only memorable part of the millennium celebrations.


Humorous Poems


Rhyming poem


20 lines

Key Stage

KS1, KS2, KS3


Paul Curtis

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