Get ready, because this week’s poems are sure to make you hungry! We talked about food we love, food we cook, and food that makes out mouth water and bellies rumble. Some students are still working on their pieces so comeback next week to check out the rest. Enjoy this week’s poets!
When I think of cherries
my heart sank
it makes my body
feel like a piece
of candy. Cherries
make me feel
like gold, not
the one you
dig, the one
Chicken nugget, chicken nugget, yea
they taste spicy with a savory taste yea
They make you want to eat it, look like
a brown cooked oval.
Yummy, Yummy, and they small like spicy food
like spicy chicken sandwich.
A memory is McDonalds yea
and they gonna make it. Spicy and
everything nice. I remember me at my old
friends, they chicken nugget girls.
It looks like a triangle-shaped dough
cheesy, good, savory, and greasy.
Wonderful with a lot of toppings
With dough, tomato sauce, cheese and pepperoni.
When I was at my grandmas’s house it
was so good I could jump over the moon
My grandmas house filled with toppings
gooey, savory, and nice
My savory pizza
When I think of chocolate I feel warm inside
when me and my mom make it or buy it at
the store. When I was 3 I tried chocolate
cookies, chocolate bars, chocolate chips,
chocolate stars. I love them all.
The cloud like touch is the greatest thing of all.