"Sunny with a Chance of Bacon
By: Isabella N. 4th Grade
It was a humid July morning and I was listening intently to the news. “There will be some flavorful blueberry muffins” the reporter was saying. “And a small down pour…"
By Beth W. – 4th Grade
Flamingos live by water and rocks,
They always stay together in flocks.
Their feathers are very light pink,
And are they birds or not you always think.
Standing on one leg very tall,
They never ever seem to…"
"On The Beach
By: Kathryn B. – 4th Grade
I feel the cold gust of the wind along my cheek, the chilly, soggy, rough sand beneath my petite feet, and the shallow tide washing upon my feet as I strolled along the gloomy beach with my…"
By Abby B. – 4th Grade
The feet traveled from coast to coast
But all that was left of them was a ghost
They’re footprints of children playing in the warm air
And people strolling without a care
But when the tide turns…"
By: Virginia H. – 4th Grade
I can’t seem to have a good birthday
Really wanted ice cream but got cake
The smashing of cake
Helps me calm down
Dad didn’t come to celebrate with me
Annoyed is how…"
By: Genevieve K. – 4th Grade
A spell-binding song
A story with a tune
A melodic message
Her fingers swirl across the ivory
Music flows from the ebony
A burst of applause, a sweeping bow,
Her spell-binding song is ended now"
By: Bella C - 4th Grade Writer
My luscious hair,
I love the way it blows in the air.
But what I saw last night
gave me quite a fright.
I had lice!
And now my hair that was so nice
had to pay a price."
Julie----this poem was selected as one of our 13 winners in our Halloween poetry contest. Congrats! Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can take the next steps in publishing this poet at the WritingFix website!
by Abby, fourth grade poet
The old witch crept
As the innocent children slept
Up the creaky stairs.
For if they knew
They would be stew
They would be very scared.