Airplanes in the night sky like shooting stars

But don’t let that define who you are

Don’t look out the window, fear is contagious

just because it’s dangerous


Buckle your seatbelt to be safe

The nice attendant calms your nerves

when the plane takes you to the next base

Takes a turn around the curves

And gets ready for takeoff


Rev it up

Up into the air take lift off

They can fly through the air

While the pilot leads

Plane are made to withstand the force


At mach speed

Some planes fly for people

some fly while their spraying

Crops for the farmers, or

Water for the flaming, hot fire


The sturdy durable well made hot tire

With strong thick wires

The pilot drives through the clouds

Because the Wright brothers made their parents proud


Creating planes for the good of mankind

Planes are beneficial to us, and plus it’s a fun ride

Don’t be scared to give a try once in awhile

Otherwise your nervousness will eat at you like a trial

Planes fly through any weather even rain

But this is where I end it, this is my poem



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