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Archive for July, 2012

No Worries

No Worries

Free to Dance

 

Flying through the air
Feel like the world
Does not exists
Just enjoying myself
In my own way
I feel like no one is there
No worries to worry about
It is just me in my own world
Dancing to be free
It is my passion
I just relax and let my body flow
Because this is me
No one can tell me how to dance
I just love to dance my own way

By Trinity Smith Age 10

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Adventures In the Night

Adventures in the Night

Adventures in the Night

Net in one hand
Flashlight in the other
Being as quite as can be
Sneaking up behind him
Trying not to scare him
I smack my net to the wall
I caught him
I get him in the net
He is trying to escape
But I don’t let him
Having so much fun
Giggling and laughing
I caught a lizard

By Trinity Smith Age 10

Book

Book

Images from being List in a book world

Sitting here all alone
In my magical world
Seeing the book in my own way
Loving each word day by day
Almost done can’t wait till the next
My imagination flows on and on
My grandma says it is time for dinner
So sad but still a winner
Can’t wait to go back to my book
I end up finishing and go to the next
Reading and reading on and on
Till all my books are gone

By Trinity Smith Age 10

Dream Land

One day I woke up and were was I

Dream Land

I don’t know I think a dream land
Because it was filled with butterflies
There was candy and ballons
And a lot more and I could jump up to the moon
I loved this dream land you can say
The rides you play on and pies you eat all day
It is a very fun land you can say
But then I woke up and it was all a dream that one day

By Trinity Ann Smith Age 10

Tahiti

Fish Swimming in the Night

I flew into Tahiti late at night and
What did I see
I saw the birds at flight
I heard the geckos singing in the night
I saw the fish pass by
The water was crystal blue
That’s when I heard my grandma say
It crystal blue just for you
When I went to bed that night
I still saw the birds at flight
I still heard the geckos singing in the night
I still saw the fish pass by
That one night

By Trinity Ann Smith Age 10