Amazing Kids! Magazine

Life Goes On and On

Life Goes On and On

By Ayat Shaukatullah, age 11, India

Once I heard a hooting sound
To my surprise what I found
Was a pigeon making a nest
In which he and his babies shall rest

Pasta and Red Sauce

Pasta and Red Sauce

By Anthony Cassella, age 15, Indiana

As I sink my teeth into a pair of succulent noodles
I don’t taste them

Tomorrow’s Yesterday

Tomorrow’s Yesterday

By Neely Woodroffe, age 17, Florida

Maybe I’ll do it tomorrow,
But that’s what I said yesterday.
My mind is pooled with overdue work;
My heartbeat speeds with every minute passed.

My Sister

My Sister

By Jenna Fink, age 18, California

My sister feels like adventure,
Like going to the city at midnight
For cupcakes.

The Three Wanderers

The Three Wanderers

By Alayna Cooper, age 12, Illinois

Once there were three wanderers
They settled by the shore
But they all had a yearning
To go out and explore

Rain

Rain

By Robin Williams, age 15, Pennsylvania

The wind blows in the storm clouds,
The rain whipping the fragile glass.