Bonfire night. Oh what a fright. A thousand explosions in the moonlit night. The blackened sky lit up with little lights, Like a Christmas tree, on November 5.
Guys with forks and knives eating burgers and fries And hot dogs with the gals in front of the fire. Let’s all get warm on this cold dark night; Sparklers illuminate the faces of the laughing child.
Playing with fire is dangerous, so wear gloves on your hands, In case the sparks burn you, but they won’t if you are careful and plan. Each firework should be lit by an adult, not a child; Because only adults are sensible enough to be that close to a fire.
Fire is dangerous and so are fireworks too; So sit back and relax and watch the sky like I do. Explosions of colour flicker in the night sky, Painting pictures for us all on the blackboard in front of our eyes.
Bang! And Boom! Shout the scary fireworks up above, As they scare the animals (The cats and the dogs). So stay safe on Bonfire night and be with your family, So you too can see the pretty colours that we all can see.
Light up the black sky on this starry, starry night And sleep peacefully in your beds, without any frights. The fireworks bang and scare the scary things away, So we can all sleep peacefully in our beds, Looking forward to Christmas day.