¿Delfín, por qué no llevas a las niñas a la escuela? Preguntas @ Darwin

After reading William Blake’s poem, The Tyger, the students wrote a poem to a strange and mysterious animal. We set the scene: for one day, you and this animal speak the same language! Ask the animal any questions you like! Enjoy–

Mr. Rence
2nd Grade

Talking to a Humming Bird
Jeremiah L.

How did you get so big?
And bigger than me because
I am the biggest man ever

How can you speak just
like me and your eyes
are so much bigger than mine?

And are you supposed to collect
stuff from the flowers and
are you supposed to fly fast?


Jeshua P.

These people were making a bull. Then a
brain popped out! He put the brain back inside
the bull then the bull came alive! And it can

The people told the bull some questions the bull
said I’m made of nothing.

He ate him! He did. The end.


Tyrannosaurus Rex
Adam M.

Hey tyrannosaurus rex what is
an orange?

You’re cool tyrannosaurus rex really
no what do you mean?

Tyrannosaurus rex can you jump?

Tyrannosaurus rex are you fat?

Tyrannosaurus rex you have
long feet?

Mr. Posthelwait
2nd Grade


¿Por qué te gusta jugar
con las bolas del circo?
¿Por qué no se va a target?

¿Por qué no llevas a las niñas a la escuela?


Deysy O.

Butterflies have colors like red, green, and white
Fly up the sky and pretty like flying


Alexis P.

What do you eat with your teeth?
How do you fly?



“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.