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A Limerick

There was a girl who loved to dance

Anytime she was given the chance

But one day she tripped

And her tendon ripped

What a dire circumstance!

Colors of Autumn (child's Poem)

I see a leaf.

Orange and green.

Autumn gleams!

I see a tree.

All in red.

Red as the barn shed.

I see pumpkins.

Many orange pumpkins. 58 more words


The Snow Leopard

Stealthy, solitary, sad.

Dark blue and mysterious eyes.

Sleek, spotted, soft fur.

Walking over a lush green meadow

to play with the dandelions,

its only friends. 66 more words


Night Light

Night is when you turn out the light

Darkness enclosing every space

And nothing but your eyes shine bright

Night is your feet rustling your bed sheets… 120 more words


Kipling and Austen.

Dear Captain Bates, Enclosed with this care package are some poems by children about summertime, and also a short story by Rudyard Kipling, which details the literary connection documenting how soldiers during World War I, read Jane Austen in the field trenches for comfort and escape. 30 more words

Jane Austen

Please send more poems.

Dear Ms. Anise, Okay I have decided that I will not make Heart of Darkness part of the mandatory reading list for the squad. How is it that Austen is essential part of a military library? 16 more words


Talking Nonsense

Night fell
With a crash
And a bang
And a wallop.
It was hard
To sleep
With all that noise…
She drew the curtains,
(With an HB pencil) 47 more words