Taylor Sandquist, my beautiful, twelve-year-old niece, wrote the following poem for her English class.
Where Poetry Hides
In my fat, black and white cat’s crazy, teeny tiny
In the small #1 cabin on a lake in Arkansas.
In a nice, pretty resort in San Diego.
In my strange brother’s mind, who acts like a
In my pink Dell laptop.
In my nonie’s old, torn-up house.
In my dad’s clean, neat house.
In my oval/heart-shaped pool.
In the twisty, hilly and dirty campground of
In the old basement of my other grandparents’
|Taylor and Talya at the BAT cave.|
Well I see talent runs through the veins of the whole family! Great poem Taylor!
Love it !! She did a wonderful job on the Poem. Love the picture of her too !! Judy – FAB5
WOW!!! Definitely in her genes! How proud you must be!
That was AWESOME!
Only one word can describe Taylor’s poem…BRILLIANT, BRILLIANT, BRILLIANT!!! Taylor is definitely a talented writer, and I hope you’ll share more of her work on here in the future. My poetry is like a ninja warrior and I’ll never find it!!!=( For example, “Roses are red, and bees, well, they buzz, I wish I could write, like you and Taylor does!”=)…See what I mean? Seriously though, Keep up the Great work, Taylor! You’re AWESOME!!!
I hope you get as many ideas from her as she’ll get from you! Winner, winner chicken dinner!
Talya's Mom says
Taylor, that is so good. You are going to be a writer like your Aunt Talya. Great job. Taylor’ s Nonie
Kelsey Erickson says
Great job, Taylor! This is so creative and thoughtful. I’m so impressed. 🙂
Barbara Tate says
I enjoyed this again today as much as I did two years ago. Taylor, this is so, so good.
Dorothy Johnson says
Loved it. Well done, Taylor. You have cool aunt.