New York, New York Aboard a crowded metro Towards the city of lights Beyond the town of Easton, CT Upon the lavish stores Down the several sidewalks Near many business men and women. Minus the several farms Plus the honking horns Among the multiple apartments Underneath the towering buildings Beside a bunch of rude and … Continue reading Ellie’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Maryland Trip In a black Honda filled with snacks and games Along all the way down to Maryland Along the streets were the grandest most wonderful-looking hotels To have fun by the ocean In a hotel with a pool, sleeping in a fold-up bed leaning down Between a beach to relax and a whole lot … Continue reading Cooper’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Ski Trips Aboard the ski bus with skis and gear For, going to ski the night Across Connecticut we drive Until we get to the mountain Beside our friends we gear up Embarking the ski lift we go up Unlike the summer, the summit is cold Down the trails we speed Between the trees in … Continue reading John Loo’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Getting Our Puppies Outside the truck holding our puppies About to hold the puppies As I hold one of them, they’re so soft After we’re done holding them, we begin to drive back home On the way home the puppies are running around the car floor As they start to get tired they sleep without … Continue reading Coco’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Cave Adventure Aboard a small cart with few people Through a door to the unknown Into small and large tunnels Below stalactites hanging above like spears With distant sounds of water drops Near caverns that are unimaginably vast At points with pure darkness My mind was racing Like going into a new world We explored
The Pond Following the road to reach the pond Across the stream With neighborhood kids around During the hot summer With barbeques and bonfires every week After swimming till’ dark But of course swimming back Toward the shore in a rush When the ice cream truck came around the corner After jumping right back … Continue reading Katharine’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Aboard a small one aisle plane Round the corner of the doorway Among all the noise and conversations Despite my fear skyrocketing Though a window I could see Outside workers putting luggage on the plane At first glance I couldn’t see my seat But when I looked again it was right next to me Around … Continue reading Callie’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
The Best Fourth of July! On the fourth of July Over the Bourne Bridge Into Chatham Cape Cod Towards Chatham Bars Inn Considering going down to the beach Around lots of water Facing the sun Beneath an umbrella As people bring me a drink Aboard the sailboat Above the calm waves As much as I … Continue reading Lydia’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
The River Outside my house Across my yard Among the fallen trees and speckled rocks Upon the cracked and mysterious ground Alongside a glistening river Underneath a canopy of beautiful trees Near scurrying chipmunks and hopping frogs Past the small waterfall By the edge of a creek Admiring the cold and clear water Following the … Continue reading Emily’s Prepositional Phrase Poem – The River
Machu Picchu Across a narrow bridge in a rickety bus Up the winding trail Past the llamas grazing in the grass Through Machu Picchu Ascending higher than the mountains Enjoying the landscape spread out before me Walking in a place that I know is 550 years old Wondering how such a place could exist Watching … Continue reading Ben’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
My Favorite Store, Of All Stores After a long day at HKMS Into the mall I go In my favorite store, Windsor At the clothing rack With my shopping bags Beside the designer shoes Next to the shirt that caught my eye Considering the purse in the corner In front of the cash register Beyond … Continue reading Kayleigh’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Aboard a Jeep Wrangler filled with excitement Across the New Hampshire state border Among beautiful lakes and mountains Through woods and forests Over bridges, through tunnels On small countryside roads Into cold New Hampshire weather With my family Towards Meredith, New Hampshire To my grandparent’s house Near Lake Winnipesaukee On Lake Waukewan We drove
Swimming About to dive into the pool Above the water like a dolphin Below the surface Across the chlorinated water Considering coming up for air With my friend Isabel About to splash her Without thinking about going back to school In my backyard pool Under the hot sun We swam.
Aboard our bikes In Easton, CT Through the parking lot of the ECC On a hot day Among our friends Below a blistering sun Near a school we’d be in soon During the summer To the field Across the soccer field Despite school starting soon We played.
My Favorite Vacation: Aboard an old, white van driven by a man named Joe With my dad, mom, and siblings As we drive to LaGuardia, our journey’s beginning Through the long TSA lines Onto a giant plane, headed for our destination Over a dozen states we fly Amid the fluffy, white clouds Through the … Continue reading Jack K.’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
Going to Brazil Aboard the airplane with my luggage above me Above numerous countries Along side puffy clouds To a foreign country In a big city Where soccer will be played On the green grass field Until it is time to return home To our families Who will be waiting We traveled.
The time I flew across the country for a hockey game Before I boarded the plane to Colorado, I was nervous Considering I have only flown across the country once Upon sitting down and unloading my iPad to play, Within a few minutes in the air I calmed down After landing I noticed the mountains … Continue reading BJ’s Prepositional Phase Poem
Waffles Within mounds of puppies, though I focus on only one Beneath beating ceiling lights Beyond the tile counter he is being washed Underneath a black pug is Waffles, wrestling Near the blow dryer, barking Inside the blanket, shaking Through the glass cage, I see him rolling around Underneath my arm, I carry him to … Continue reading Kristen’s Prepositional Phrase Poem