The Figure - Shelby Barnett
A sound creeps through the walls.
A phone screams down the hall.
I answer the phone with no time to spare
I come to find out that nobody is there.
That gives me quite a scare.
I see a figure right then and there
My thoughts all go down into the depths of despair.
Voices creeping all around.
“Hello… What’s that sound?
“Oh, thank goodness it’s just my cat dancing around”
The cat gives me a frightening look
She seems to be sitting among a nook.
I took another look…
It wasn’t my cat sitting on the nook…
It was the figure...
Oh how it looked familiar.
The Beautiful Day - Ocean Krech
Everyone is outside today,
It is a very gorgeous day
As I run go, go, go
I run away, away, away,
As It gets real cold
Down dances the snow
Oh here comes the flakes, flakes, flakes
Oh no, no, no,
I’ll miss the summer
It’s way funner
As I look out the door no…no...nooo
It is such a bummer, bummer, bummer
As it stops snowing
The sun starts showing
On the sled we go, go, go
The sun is smiling, smiling, smiling.
The Suzan Siblings - Kayla Afrank
There once was a sea side where no one would swim,
Only sailboat sailors would throw a stick in.
But finally there came the snotty Suzan sha-bang.
With their most snotty sibling and son named....Stevie Suzan
First off Stevie Suzan snapped in half a sugar hornet bee.
Second off he stole a silly snapple apple, and...and ate it!
The trees scream in surprise.
Stevie stomps up to the sea side and screams,
“Mother, Mother, I found a secret seaside shore.”
And it’s sad waves roll with sorrow and sadness.
Stevie still sticks a stick in and, and, and, and,
makes his sister swim in it and swallow the sickening water.
Pour silly Sally Suzan still swallows stinky water to this day in 1767.
In the Shadow - Emmalyn Miller
Dark, dim, scary, look:
Trees dance shadows run.
Shadow creeps deep in the grass.
What is it deep down down in the
Calves run scared what is in the
Rustling in the grass
Shines a light, to the right
Like the wind to safety
A coyote runs.