Bat Poetry

The other day Dianne Odegard from Bat Conservation International visited my Nature & the Quest for Meaning to discuss bats. After giving a PowerPoint presentation about the myths and misconceptions of bats, Dianne asked us to create…
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Veiled In Secrets

Given the assignment in English 3 AP to write a poem giving ourselves a name that describes something about ourselves such as "Eats Too Much" or "Smiles When Sad," I wrote this poem describing my hidden insecurities about life. We were told…

Relic She's Become

This was the first assignment I was given in this little class I attended at the Public Library. Read a few paragraphs from the book, Cold Mountain, describing this goat woman, and rearranged the words to form a poem, throwing in a few of my…

Our Place

Another poem...I know I am not the best poet, but this was an assignment, and I was just thinking...So, here you go. :) There is a place that only he and I know of… Our place and no one else’s. It resides deep in the forest, Waiting…

Dead Hope

I found an online poetry contest thing and although I haven't written poetry for years as I'm not very good in that area, I decided to give it a shot just because I don't have much time for anything else right now. I recently found out that…

Poems Written by a 6th Grader

I wrote these poems back in 2003 when I was in the 6th grade. Winter Night Winter is cold, alone and dark. All animals hidden away, some flown south in search of warmth. Nothing around, nothing to see, But the black of the sky and the white…

Wintry Nothing (7th Grade)

This is a poem that I wrote in 7th grade. If you go outside on a cold winter night, Then you will see nothing at all in your sight. If you look up into the deep, dark sky, Then you might see dancing stars with your eye. They dance with…

Airiokko Poems (7th Grade)

Here are all the poems that I wrote about two years ago for my characters, Airiokko and Verlanith the mountain lion and baby dragon, and Snowfiss the wolfess. Check out their pages or stories to find out more about them. All of these poems are…