6th Grade- Food Poems Pt. 2

Mouths were watering again this week as our 6th graders continued working on their poems about food. From steak, to meatballs, chicken alfredo and noodles this week’s menu of poems will leave you ravenous! Enjoy this week’s poets!


The Supreme Cuisine, Steak

Aiden Benson 

Steak a food that will overwhelm

you with it’s unparalleled taste

compared to steak any other food is 



When steak touches the tongue

pure delight comes within me

Words can’t describe how much I 

love steak. It feels like steak is a food

a god with great taste buds created. 

I feel like a fish that’s been baited 

when I eat steak. 



Davarius E. 


Meatballs make me happy, it’s so good.

It looks like lava balls and you can make

a meatball sandwich. My aunt

makes the lava balls. She be telling 

people to move out the way

when she’s in the kitchen.

The meatballs be having me thinking

“How does she make the lavaballs



Ramen Noodles

Lathan W. 


It’s just so stringy

comes in many flavors

It tastes like the packet you use

once you cook it, on the stove or

the microwave. 

Once you eat it for the first time

you’ll feel like heaven. 

Everyone love it, if you don’t you’re a 


Once you think of these specimens

you’ll want more. 

Ramen Noodles shall be thy name. 


Chicken Alfredo

Jayla D. 

Chicken alfredo, long sweet, slippery noodles

with the finest chicken you could ever think of! 

When I eat chicken alfredo it never leaves my mind

and it just tastes so divine

it smells so soft. I watch my mom make it all the time. 

The recipe always on my mind.

When she leaves the kitchen I always take a bite

But I always get caught because

the sauce is all over my face.

I just love the taste

and it always makes my day. It’s always on my mind

and always on time

it makes my day even better

because it always makes me rhyme. 



“Writing poetry makes me feel like I can see myself, like I can see my reflection, but not in a mirror, in the world. I write and I know I can be reflected.”
-Oscar S.

“Writing poetry makes me feel free.”
-Buenda D.

“Writing poetry is like your best friend.”
-Jessica M.