Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Fresh Air

Lesson 261
Start with the word AIR and write a story or poem, using each letter as you get to it. (This one had each letter of the alphabet scattered on the page and you were supposed to use it in a word as you got to each one. Most of the alphabet were placed at the first of the lines, with just a few scattered randomly throughout. I will capitalize my letters.)

AIR that i breathe smells of fall;
Birds in that air heed the call.
a Crispness surrounds us
as they Drive south,
Each Flock a large family
with one goal in mind.
Geese start to gather
witH other birds
In lakes and on ponds,
Just gathering strength to journey on.
Knowing that the cold is coming soon,
they are Leaving their northern summer homes.
Moving in formation,
Noisely they fly
On and on across our blue skies.
Passing over wheat fields,
Quickly taking a break,
Returning to the air before it gets to late.
Southern air is warmer,
The winters nicer down there.
Undulating geese are talking in the air,
as Visions of fall
Wave before my eyes,
an eXplosion of colors and sounds.
Yellow leaves rustle in the wind
as geese Zip through the golden sky.


Blogger Mimi said...

sorry I missed a couple of days... you are doing great... I wish I had a talent to write... but I just enjoy reading others works...

8:06 AM  
Anonymous Teli said...

Good post.

10:35 AM  

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