On my dad’s 20′ center console Near Charles Island and Milford Harbor Upon the calm, cool water With my friends Anthony and Matt Below us fish jumping and swimming In the Long Island Sound Underneath giant fluffy clouds Via the channel of buoys Surrounded by other boats and yachts Chasing the fish and flocks of … Continue reading Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Aboard Sue’s early 2000’s golden minivan Loaded with soccer balls Without much food in our stomachs In the early morning Along the Winding roads of Easton, Connecticut Listening to bad music Thinking about how much fun we are going to have Preparing to exit the minivan Thanking her for the wonderful ride Stepping onto the … Continue reading Derek’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Aboard a 2003 Honda Civic caked in mud and dirt Across a treacherous rocky road Through staring animals and soaring birds Along sharp turns and steep hills To an old cabin, we rented In a snowy plain area Above a gleaming river In our car, … Continue reading Jeremy’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Aboard a plane heading South Above many cities and states Over big blue oceans and islands Alongside white puffy clouds Below the blazing sun Towards clear oceans and white sandy beaches Without freezing temperatures With our family and close friends Until we will have to return to school We travel.
Bran Sullivan Period 1 Mr Jockers To the side of my mother To the side of my best friend at the time Because of his influence About to try something new Outside my comfort zone Between excitement and regret Between happiness and nervousness Without regard to injury Off on my own Into unknown territory … Continue reading Bran’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
A Normal Summer Day At the Neighborhood pond with lots swimming in it Under the blazing hot sun we were getting a decent tan Eventually we went onward to my house The pond we swam in was close by my house thankfully Atop the hill my house was Next we went onward inside our garage … Continue reading Sean’s Prepositional Poem →
In the Caribbean Sea Beyond Cuba Without cold temperatures and snow With sunny sky’s, swaying palm trees, and white sandy beaches Among gentle warm breezes and warm clear blue water Amid the high skies of parasailing, I admire the various ocean colors below me Above, I am able to see the entire island Over … Continue reading Lucy’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Netflix Despite how late it is Considering I have school the next day When everyone is asleep So that I can escape to the basement While the TV flickers on With my dog right by my side Next I turn on Netflix Since finishing the last season of my show Until I can hook onto … Continue reading Prepositional Poem – Ashley →
Aboard a old black Murano Across Norwalk and Easton Into the town of easton Onto the long gravel driveway Underneath the shade of the house Up the long front walkway Into the unfamiliar house Throughout the house boxes were placed Without a care in the world We Moved.
Italy Trip Past the pilot we board the plane Over the ocean we flew Against the airplane seat I lay Onto the runway we land Down the roads we go almost at the hotel Up the elevator, I wait Following my family to our room Out side the window I see sun and water We are … Continue reading Troy’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Across the Atlantic, During Winter Break, Beside the Arctic Circle, Near a puffin colony, Considering the troll tales of locals, After a long day of whale-watching, Amid a gelid wilderness, From 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., In remote locations, Outside civilization and the warm rental car, Beneath a dazzling winter night sky, Following the emerald-green, … Continue reading Meghan’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
On our first day Inside a new country Before a large gate in a small dirt parking lot Beyond a long hike Following my family along the trail Amid a large valley of flowers Through a large cave Down to a rushing river Across a small log Toward a steep climb Up the roped trail … Continue reading Julia’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Jaws Bridge, Martha’s Vineyard After an eternity of kayaking Despite the soreness in my arms With our newfound love of Martha’s Vineyard Towards the bridge where boundaries are tested While the cars sped down the highway With concerned looks on their faces Up on the rail Beside my friends As the first signs of a … Continue reading Micah’s Prepositional Poem →
As the day passes by I listen to instructions Before I could say anything I was in the boat traveling to the middle of the ocean Unlike the other people I did not want to go under the water As I get ready to go scuba diving they tell me to go in backwards … Continue reading Olivia P.’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
Aboard a Delta airplane completely filled to the brim with passengers Above many Southern and Northern states In a rental car, driving through a Georgian Interstate Beside looming trees on either side Towards a log cabin on a clear lake Within the house, welcomed by family Underneath the clean, sparkling water Inside the small and … Continue reading Trevor’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →
The Perfect Summer Day Into the murky water Aboard the kayaks that I can’t maneuver Along the lake’s gentle waves and subtle ripples Following the path my friends take Amid the rocks that refuse to let us pass Through the small entrance into the basin Towards the crystalline cascading waterfalls Onto the rocks along the … Continue reading Alexandra’s Prepositional Phrase Poem →