Amazing Kids! Magazine

Faj

Faj

By Kaile Applebaum, grade 12, California

We call him “Faj”
Because it’s less generic than “Dad”
And less formal than “Father”

The Arms of the Ocean

The Arms of the Ocean

By Paris Johnson, age 16, Florida

It is as if the ocean has arms that drag me in
Much like the devil pushing us to sin
The water engulfs and cradles the soul
To sleep its sounds will gently lull

Rainbows

Rainbows

By Blue Mask, age 10, Colorado

Every time I look into your eyes,
All I see is a brilliant shine,
And the irises look like rainbows.

Cat

Cat

By Sean Regan, 13, Wyoming

I watch him as he prepares for the jump
He has a troubled look on his face

The Right Ingredients

The Right Ingredients

By Noah Kilgore, age 10, New Jersey

I was baking with my mom.
I smelled a chocolaty aroma.

Laughing Stream

Laughing Stream

By Victoria Krylova, Nonfiction Editor

Crackle, snap, crackle, snap
Slowly I stumble down the path
Weeds are tickling my legs and feet
They are bowing and bending in the breeze