In Celebration of National Poetry Month!
During an April visit to Lincoln Middle School, students created spine poems in celebration of National Poetry Month. Their poems were really cool and even inspirational. Students had a lot of fun making the poems and reading their poems to the class. Click here and prepare to be amazed, as you watch a video of students sharing their awesome poems. Can’t get enough, then how about these photo examples with the verses included. Thanks to everyone who made this a great visit. especially the students who were amazing. This was a lot of fun and I do recommend you try this at home!
The summer I saved the world in 65 days chasing shadows. Going over the strange and beautiful sorrows of Ava Lavendar in the mystic city.
Going over broken hearts, fences and other things. To mend the fault line the summer I saved the world in 65 days. Chasing shadows hypnotize me.
When I was the greatest and gorgeous radio girl, all roads lead to Austen. And the burning sky crashed into you.
Scarlet love letters to the dead. Altered what we saw in the dark.
Fat boy! Defy the carpet people before my eyes.
A girl called fearless swam that rock. Across a war tossed sea.
Swim that rock across a war-tossed sea. Don’t look back! There will come a time caged warrior.
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