|The following two poems were written during workshops at Perry Elementary in Perry, MI.
Cute and cuddly,
It's my cat, Dudley.
And he's very lazy,
Laying under daisies.
This cat tickles your nose with his tail,
Or scratches your back with his nails.
Chase each other now and then,
While they graze in the pen.
Out in the pasture, they moo and chew.
When I smell a cow, I say, "Eew."
Wherever grass grows, they're there.
I want to see one, but where?
Here is an Untitled poem by Brooke, age 9, Mrs. Rockafellow's Class:
What if there was a girl
With a head like a squirrel.
She had buck and and squirrel hair
she kinda looks like a bear
but there's one thing wrong,
when she goes to the fair she looks so strong
so she makes the people run and scream
especially when they see his favorite ice cream...
but thats just a dream
at least i hope because last halloween
I saw his coat!
Here is a poem and a note from a happy Perry student:
yo thanks for coming to perry EL. I have a poem
Cough up hairballs
A hairball cougher
Here is a poem from Courtney S.,
from the Bailey/Bentley class [treehouse]
Perry Elementary, MI.
She is 9 years old.
Cute and cuddley
is my cat studley
A precious kitty is he
as you can see
terrific at jumping onto things
he probably wishes he had wings