Archives for July 2009

Button Button

This entry is part 5 of 14 in the series Issue V: Summer 2010

by Myra K. Baum Button, Button Never have one When you need it. Now I have one Don’t need it. Button, Button Where’s pearly white? Came with blouse. Found the silver Came with pants. Button, Button Can’t reclaim The one I need. Saved so carefully I thought. Button, Button Lucky as, I Sometimes am To […]

In My Bag

This entry is part 4 of 14 in the series Issue V: Summer 2010

by Quian King, Age 8 I would put in my bag A gleam of yellow sun An Angel from heaven A smell of pretty roses Silky smooth cloth Happy, excited feelings A natural touch of mother nature A dream of being very rich A life of having to run free A taste of tomato (my […]

Plant Series

This entry is part 3 of 14 in the series Issue V: Summer 2010

by Honesty Howell, Age 10 Flying Plants The flying plants like to go to the subway but not the store. They don’t have money and they don’t eat subs. Flying plants move like birds. They don’t fly on top of birds, but birds teach them how to fly. Plant Tricks Plants play a lot of […]

Untitled

This entry is part 2 of 14 in the series Issue V: Summer 2010

by Samaris Ayala My sweetest companions have been clowns and angels A park has a statue as a companion. The children elderly and animals all love the statue My solitude is a companion to peace Music is a companion to its listener It creates a journey to imagination Illusions of solitude appear in my dreams […]

On My Planet

This entry is part 1 of 14 in the series Issue V: Summer 2010

by Aima Anwar, Age 9 In my vatan called Pakistan We celebrate Eid by looking at the Chand. Whenever there’s half chand we Eat samosas and chaat. I just love Pakistan. On my planet we call house gahr. On my planet we call flag parcham or jahnda. On my planet we call country vatan. And […]