Wolf words, p.1
Battle by Henry M.
This game is black and white,
Its knights wear armor shining bright.
The soldiers advance; the battle has begun.
The castle is planning; there is much to be done.
The bishop is thinking several moves ahead,
But if the defenses fall, the King is dead.
The army fought long and hard – and they won.
White checkmates. The battle is done.
A Thought of an Immigrant by Yara A.
We are Good…
We came to America…
The Land of the Free
To simply live.
Being free, being happy,
Living life with new dreams.
A fresh start we thought,
And a dream about our future.
Now we fear…
We ask what will happen next?
What if they take Mama? Papa?
Or even Grandma?
We no longer think about the
But of who will be the next to go…
Spring Is Here by Annika R.
When the roars are gone
And the sheep have come
When the flowers are here
I know it is spring
The lake is still ice
But, soon it’ll be paradise
The Apollo-Artemis by Elliott D.
I see a God in the day
A bright yellow spot in the sky
And when he finally gets home
It’s his sister’s turn to roam
His sister ages, a steaming white
A shiny spot in the night, and then she returns
When you get out of bed
It’s her brother’s turn again
I see these Gods,
Everyday and night
And I must ask if you agree
That they both make a beautiful light
Felt Like a Bird by Ben S.
Have you ever felt like a bird? A bird, flying through the sky.
A bird, flying through the sky only to be shot down
Have you ever plummeted to the ground so you couldn’t feel your limbs?
But, what if you didn’t fall and you kept soaring?
Soaring through the sky over the world below.
Dancing through the fluffy clouds of white
Even when you escaped the cold jaws of death just a little while before
But all of those memories fade away
And you are in a blissful paradise again
Those moments when your wings catch air
But then flutter for one scary moment and just as quick are back flying again
Siblings by Natalie M.
I wonder what
Siblings are like.
Do they fight
All the time?
Or get along
There are many different
Things that siblings
Soon I’ll find out.
I wonder every day
What it’s like…
But for now I can only imagine.
An Untamed Wilderness by Ben S.
Thick brambles stretching across the ground
A minefield of thorns across the terrain, ripping at anything in its path
Wicked branches hanging overhead
It’s shadows reaching like fingers over the earth below
The soil filled with jagged rocks
Tornadoes of leaves toss and turn
Even the biggest trees sway under the rough wind
The Seasons by Sam H.
Summer, Spring, Winter, Fall…
I like seasons,
I like them all
In summer is the time to be hot
With plants full grown in the pot
My favorite season is always Spring
Birds come North and I hear them sing
Winter is cold day and night
But despite that I’ve never gotten frostbite
In Fall get ready for school, open your mouth
As we speak, birds fly South
Summer, Spring, Winter, Fall
You tell me do you like them all?
Now, our poem comes to an end
I have not doubt I’ll see you again.
That Little Guy by Jacob G.
That little guy
He jumped so high
It looked as if he could fly
But when he stopped jumping
My heart stopped thumping
I went on grumping
And when he started again
We stood up for each other from then
When he became my friend
Winter by Riley M.
I feel the snow on my face
I hear kids cheering “Hooray!” for a snow day
I taste the hot cocoa at the fire
I see the snow falling down
I smell the cold winter air
I Love My Mom by Vincenzo S.
I love my mom
Day after day
But she can be bossy
Time and again
She tells me what to do
She tells me what to say
But I ignore her anyway
We play, we fight
And oh so tight knit
You can see we’re not so fit
She also is a good cook
She doesn’t use a cookbook
My mom is like all moms that yell and nag
But at the end, the final moment, I love to brag
In how much I love my mom.
Oh No! by Will S.
What’s that thing, skittering past?
Oh my gosh, it’s going so fast!
Step by step, bound by bound
It hardly even touches the ground!
It seems to have something in its mouth
Almost like a very big sock
Oh no! It’s my brand new high tops!
It comes at me dangerously
Ready to pounce, when I find out…
It’s my hamster, Jeff
I take the shoe, all torn up
And there’s a note that says:
Dude, can I have a fruit-roll-up?
I say, “Not now! Not ever!”
So I sigh and walk to my room
With my torn-up shoe, not knowing what to do
Darkness by Sitara M.
In my home
Scared to the bone
It’s dark and scary
I wish there was a fairy
To sprinkle some pixie dust
And shed some light
I wish I had a phone
Since I’m alone
I’d surely have some fun
If there was the sun
Is there a ghost?
I’m going to be toast!
It’s climbing up from my toes!
In a matter of seconds it will reach my nose!
It is pushing me further and further back
I can touch the wall
If only I was brave and tall, to…
What? Is it a light switch I feel?
Against the wall that’s teal?
Hooray! I’m saved!
Wiser by Sitara M.
The truth is
No one tops all
So, no competition
No signing a petition
So, the world is balanced
Spring Sun by Marenna C.
The Spring Sun shone brightly on my face
It felt like this could be a race…
To see which ray could be the best
To melt away the Winter pests!
Listen to the birds above
And put away your winter gloves!
Spring is here, can you all see?
Or could this be my fantasy?
The flowers smell so very nice
There must be a big, big price
To sit outside and see the sun!
Oh yes, oh yes! Spring has begun
Cherry Blossoms by Pearce M.
Oh, what a beautiful sight
Looking at that pink and white
Fluttering petals alive in the wind
Remind me of how the Spring will begin
Untitled by Sitara M.
Spiderman was busy
Batman got lost
Iron Man flew away
So, I saved the day!
The Wheel, Oh the Wheel by Margarita R.
The wheel, oh the wheel!
It’s made out of steel
It’s made out of iron
It’s made out of wood
Oh, what can be better
Than some sticks on a hoop?
Reverse Mindset by Sitara M.
When I’m sad
When I’m mad
I have fun
When I’m glum
I don’t wear a frown
When I’m down
I go to the arcade and put in a token
When I’m heartbroken
I think positive
When I’m negative
I don’t cry and feel broken
So, if you feel bad, mad, or sad…
ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS
Think the opposite!
Spring by Jana E.
The long, cold winter is melting away
A single, red bird was spotted today
Through the mist the sun is peeking
Squirrels are about and acorn seeking
New life has come to fields and woods
Kids venture out in sweatshirts and hoods
In just a few weeks the river will flow
Blossoms on trees will be starting to show
There is still a chill in the springtime air
Winter is gone, but the memory is still there
Summer is waiting a few months beyond
To warm the air and the meadow and pond
A gopher peers out from holes that he makes
Springtime is when the whole world awakes
A Piece of Paradise by Maharani Y.
High in the sky
The airplane shall fly
To an island of thee
A paradise island, Bali!
The sun is shining and the kids laugh and play
They all shout and say hooray!
The sound of birds chirping is nice
But the flowers are like cinnamon spice
A different world
Under the same sky
Different in everyone’s eye
We all wonder, what could that buy?
A piece of paradise, Bali!
A Winter With No Snow by Ben S.
A winter with no snow
No blanket of white
Not even a dusting of powder delight
No flurries to fly through the air
Snowballs not soaring
The ground is bare
A winter with no snow is a winter with no snowman-waving hello
People not making angels on the ground
No flakes caught on delicate tongues
A winter with no snow is truly not a winter at all
Sleep by Elias
I feel asleep
And it feels deep
Then you hear a beep
You creep into a cheap jeep
You go on a steep hill and sweep
Lilies by Lily T.
Lilies are beautiful as a shimmering lake.
They sparkle with birds flying above
Pink, orange, white, purple, yellow
They dance with the breeze.
A strawberry flavored perfume
Runs to you nose when you smell a lily
The petals are as soft as a silk blanket
When it touches your skin.
I hear the buzzing of the bee
When I am close to the flowerbeds,
But the lily sings its own song in the wind
The sight of a lily is a wonder in one’s eye.
Adventures in the Park by Carleigh C.
We strolled through the park
before it was dark
looking for flowers and trees
We walked across a bridge
Over a stream when we felt
A cool breeze and saw some bees
The bees were busy pollinating flowers
We could have stood there and watched them for hours
But it was getting so dark
That we had to leave the park
I am sorry to say
That we could not stay
But we will be back another day
My Sensory Poem by Mayowa A.
I feel the cold water against my body
I see the water ahead of me
I taste the chlorine water that gets in my mouth
I hear my coach telling me to go faster
I smell chlorine coming from the water
As I Dance by Gloria B.
Whoosh, leap, whoosh!
As I twirl across the dance floor
My ballet moves are magnificent
And my body strong
I feel like I am leaping
Across a gigantic rainbow
And swaying as my body carries
Me through the dance
My Dad by Alessandra V.
My dad snores loud
My dad is fun
My dad is loved by me
My dad is the best dad on earth!
No One Is Perfect by Elliott
I got a B on my math
I wore my shoes the wrong way
No one is perfect
That’s just what they say
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