Nature poems

This week, poets at Poe Middle School in Ms. Agboola’s class wrote nature poems. See what they created.



Jalen B.

6th g.

Stars in the sky

Stars with a guy

The stars are shy

Stars are mine

I can go outside with nature.

I can play with sticks

I can do tricks

I can eat grits

I can play with my dog.



Lindyn L.

6th g.

Nature, the Great Outdoors, Outside

Snow, rain, wind, hail, sun all the time

clouds, sky, starts, dark, light.

Afternoon, evening, morning, night.

Winter, summer, spring, fall.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

Water, Earth, Fire, Air mattress

Sun, Moon, Stars, Planets

Everyone is different, just be who you are!



Ava Marie W.

6th g.


Nature has a lot of exotic animals

and places

stars are also apart of nature

If you go certain places

it’s a lot of beautiful

I went out of town

for a holiday

they had a lot

of beautiful fireworks

so we waited until

night to fire them

I was admiring

the beautiful stars

I like the nature

because it’s a lot

to learn about

different settings

seasons, and timing.



I hate nature.

It’s dangerous and annoying.


People get killed by animals

Oxygen dies down.

The circle of life is distrapped.


Animals are after their own kind.

People kill themselves.

Animals become extinct.


In the winter.

People die of



Stars are never

shown. The only

star in the sky is the





“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.