(The poems sent by Dr. Vida Zuljevic, written by her students, were so wonderful but I had a heck of a time getting them all posted. If you’re just checking in for the first time today, be sure to read the poems posted yesterday, too!)
By Fernando, 5th
Rich is not about the money
Rich is about the friends you have
and the family that loves you
for who you are and how you are
By Montserrat, 4th
Blooming, growing, poking
They make people happy.
By Lucendy, 3rd
Running, knocking, eating,
Going to trick or treat
Jumping, running, chewing,
Likes to swim
By Sergio, 1st
Making snow angels, throwing snowballs, melting
I like to make a snowman
Mi mejor Amiga
Por Joy, 4th
Fuiste la sombra de mi infancia,
la mariposa mas Hermosa de mi jardin.
Tus caricias y tus besos me hacen sentir la felicidad!
Adivina quien es!
Por Andrea, Kinder
Volando bonita como una bailarina
Dia de las Frutas
Por Yobani, 5th
Que bonito dia el sol sale profundamente
las plantas crecen frutas como elote, sandia,
pepino, manzana y mas fruta y las personas
van a trabajar en la pisca de las frutas
tan grandes y delisiosas
que a trabez del sol crecen
mas bonitas y se miran
los colores del arcoirs.
Thank you to all of Dr. Zuljevic’s students whose poems appeared yesterday and today. Along with your amazing librarian, you have inspired me to read and create more poetry!
THese Spanish poems make me want to learn Spanish!
Beautiful! Muy bonita! And please tell Fernando he is a very wise kid! 🙂
Thank you, Lynn. I will do it gladly.:)
Carol, same here…:) I’ve learned some Spanish by reading my students’ poems and by being surrounded by Spanish speakers but, of course, it is not nearly enough to understand all of the wonderful poems in Spanish I receive throughout the year.