Hi everyone! Today, I’m going to share with you one of my poems I wrote on the way from Illinois. I hope you enjoy!

Life by Mara

Tears of eternity

Laughs of moments

Hearts of gold

Pain of the past

Cries of the lost

Smiles of the found

Trees of life

Winds of peace

Sunrises of hope

Sunsets of rest

First laugh

Final tear


Also, I was typing this up, my mind drifted off to between 7th and 8th hour. My reading teacher [who is awesome] said that she hoped she was alive when I became a writer someday. That made me so happy! Well I hope you enjoyed my poem. Bye!



Haikus by me

Here are some Haikus I wrote. A Haiku is a strict Japanese poem. The first line has to be 5 syllables, then the second line had 7 syllables, and the last line has 5 syllables. In all there should be 17 syllables. Here are some Haikus i’ve written.

Trees sway in the wind

The majestic sun hides now

Critters go to bed


I’m the Wallflower

I’m a sweet – smelling velvet

I love the springtime


Splendid things fill me

Against the blue, summer sky

I shine in the sky 


I hope you enjoyed some of my haikus. I’ll post some more soon.


Your poetry blast friend,













I Can’t Write A Poem!

I Can’t Write a Poem

Forget it

You must be kidding

I am going on a trip

I am going to my friend’s house

I am going to the playground

I am sick

I am going to a swim meet

I am going to the ocean

I am going to walk all across America in one year

I am going on a field trip

Time’s up? Uh oh!

All I have is a dumb list of excuses

You like it? Really? No kidding?

Thanks a lot!  Would you like to see another one?

Some of my Cinquain Poems

These some of my Cinquain poems. My first one is called Dad. The second one is called Mom. The last one is called Zebras.


Funny, fantastic

Gardening, sports, working

Dad is very funny



Sweet, kind

Cooking, blogging, writing

Mom is very joyful



Black, white

Running, grazing, eating

Zebras on the Savannah