A Monday Poem

By Iris, Ovando School I wake up in the morning, Knowing I will be treated with respect. Knowing I will be treated equal. But what if you were mocked, Treated differently because of the color of your skin, Because of the people you love? How would you feel? Knowing...

Monday Poem

Inspired by Claude Monet by Emily, Words with Wings Camp Summer 2017 The water lilies on the pond so beautiful as the sun sets. The sky’s reflection is purple on the pond making it look as if it isn’t real. The sky turns black The night has come. the pond...

A Monday Poem on Monday

A Monday Poem on Monday The Storm by Lucy, Words with Wings Summer Camp The dark black storm cloud Rolls over the spread-out village of Toledo, covering it with a mysterious darkness. There are also two very bright clouds that look as though they are battling the huge...

A Monday Poem on Thursday

With Nature, Naturally by Sonja Step outside onto an old cracked porch. Wind whistles through tall grasses. Spring across the mountain meadow lying before you. Disappear into the trees standing tall before you. Don’t call. Be Quiet. Listen for the chirping of...

A Monday Poem

Ode to Mountains by Madison, Cold Springs School, 4th Grade, 2017 Oh, Mountains You hold the clouds on Your shoulder as nothing else would. As the snow shimmers like diamonds, that have just been polished. I climb you with your dagger-like rocks And it is sometimes...