Spring Beautiful flowers in a nearby meadow, Birds chirping in their very own opera, Very berry red strawberries in your kitchen, Glimmering and melting snow in your backyard, Colorful eggs for Easter as Jesus is resurrected, Red scary dragons in the air during the Chinese New Year, One less hour […]

The Four Seasons


Kimchi Once upon a time there were two rival goddesses who were related. The elder sister’s name was Rachel Ko and the younger sister’s name was Irene Choi. Now don’t ask me why they have different last names, even though they are sisters, because I don’t know either! Once while […]

Korean Legends


There was a town that was hot and had no water and no rain. If you wanted water you had to walk 300 miles to get water. It was very hard for the townspeople. But one day a wizard came. He said, “I will make it rain if you give […]

Rain Come, Rain Go



SPRING Spring Snow is beginning to melt Animals wake up from their long sleep Birds start to chirp IT’s SPRING!!! Flowers are blooming And the gray sky is clearing Grass is bending from the gentle spring breezes Calmness fills the day All of a sudden SPLASH! Rain is pouring, replacing […]

Poem of Seasons


In game 7 of the year 99995887 World Series, there was a pitch that never came to the home plate. It was thrown April 17. Robocop’s grandson (nobody had the idea to make his son until 9999456) had just struck out 777,777,777 batters, in the longest game in the World […]

Dr. Future Simon’s Guide to the Future, the Past, and ...


Intro (1766) 4 good friends in search of a chest that holds the mysteries of the Romans it was said to be a magical eagle that holds the Roman gods’ secrets. Steve: Steve doesn’t like frontal combat; he likes to stalk his prey and strike when unexpected. Mason: He doesn’t […]

James the Liger and the Treasure



What is the most trafficked mammal in the world? It is a pangolin! A pangolin has scales covering it from head to tail. The scales are made out of keratin. Keratin makes nails, rhino horns, and bird talons. The scales are very hard and that keeps the pangolin’s predator from […]

Pangolin


  BASKETBALL (AN ABC POEM) ACCURACY WHILE SHOOTING BOUNCING A BALL TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COURT CRUSHING THE OTHER TEAM DRIBBLING WITH CONTROL EVIL REFS BASKETBALL (A LIMERICK) THERE ONCE WAS A BASKETBALL PLAYER WHOSE BROTHER BECAME A TAXPAYER HE TOOK A GREAT SHOT AND BOUGHT A BIG […]

Poems by Daniel Park


An ABC Poem Always a winner, Best of all shortstops, Competitive and rough, Destroys everybody he plays, Everyone combined can’t beat him, Fantastic player, has tons of fans,   … It’s The One And Only….. … Derek Jeter!!!!!   A Limerick There once was a sad little crabby, Whose soccer […]

Chad’s Poems



There once was a wizard who lived on 3990 Black Hole Ave. (Don’t look for it on google earth; it’s in a different dimension.) He lived in a junkyard and made a house out of a spaceship, Oh, it towered so high, but yet it couldn’t fly. (He bought it […]

Da Wiz’s Flat Screen TV


Cracked iPhone (an ABC Poem) Apps, everywhere on the screen, Beeping is my phone (Yoda’s talking). Cracks are spreading from Dropping my phone. Emails coming in, thousands a day. White (a Color Poem) Is the good witch of the south Is the squabbling donald duck Tastes like sweet vanilla ice […]

Matthew’s Poems


Red (a Color Poem) Red is warm as a woolly sweater. Red is burning like a blazing fireball. Red is like running with the wind. Red tastes like a rotten tomato.  Red smells like a sweet strawberry. Red sounds loud as a rap. Red looks like a cloak that superheroes wear. […]

Justin’s Poems