Amazing Kids! Magazine

Form of the Arts

Form of the Arts

By Alicia McGowan, age 9, Louisiana

I stare at a painting
My eyes wide
I'll glide
Weave

What Is a Friend for?

What Is a Friend for?

By Emily Cheung, Contributing writer

Meeting for the first time and grinning at each other nervously
with large gap-toothed smiles, but soon eagerly introducing ourselves
to one another on the first day of kindergarten,
Petty gibberish-filled feuds over jagged broken crayons,

Rainbow

Rainbow

By Sehen Gamhewa, Age 10, Kuwait

When the rain falls and the sun shines
The rainbow runs across the sky
And a light of delicacy and beauty is created
Which is casted right around the world

Algae

Algae

By Allison Stein, age 13, Michigan

Like green moss growing in a pond,
Algae floats in the water,
Spreading across the entire area.

I Love You Mum

I Love You Mum

By Ruth Kezia, age 15, Malaysia

As you stand at the doorway,
To welcome me back from school,
“What a tiring day! Ah!” I sigh,
But you’d say, “Child, that’s life. Cheer up!”

The End of the Rainbow

The End of the Rainbow

By Allison Stein, age 13, Michigan

Faded colors collide
From violet to red
I lose myself in the fantasy
That goes on in my head