Our room was dewy, dim, yet ever so charming. Waking up, feeling the warm linen sheets resting against my ankles. My mom and brother, in the spare bedroom and foldout couch, were still asleep, while I was now wide awake, adjusting to my surroundings. I don’t think I had fully realized my predicament. The usual … Continue reading Florida Keys, A Vacation To Remember
Gia Unique, tough, blaring, humorous Daughter of Phily and Michele, sister of Phily and Joey Lover of the game of soccer, summers in Florida, and delicious food Who feels thankful for her loving family, for her education, and the clothes on her back Who finds happiness in listening to music, her 18 month old dog … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Gia
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
Hanna, where are you from? Where are you from, Hanna? I’m from Christmas Eve, laughing with my cousins, begging to open my presents, eating tons of spaghetti, and drinking eggnog until I feel sick . I’m from singing on a chairlift during ski club making sure everybody can hear, whispering secrets behind hand, running around … Continue reading Hanna, Where Are You From?
“Quick, Alex and Robert come down stairs we have good news” my father yelled. Creek, thump. My brother and I raced down the stairs. My father broke the news to us we were going to Disney world in Florida for our summer vacation. I started packing my clothes early. Five days later my parents woke … Continue reading Lost in Florida