Amazing Kids! Magazine

Whoops

Whoops

By Jodie Walls, Age 11, Ireland

A flicker of light,
The loud noise gave me a fright.
You fell from the chair,
I placed a cushion under your hair.

The Cherry Tree Secret

The Cherry Tree Secret

By Sarina Patel, age 10, Florida

The crystalline water gushes downstream,
Cold as a frozen snow cone in Antarctica.
I scamper upstream,
Where emerald-green blades of grass flourish,

Diverse Flowers

Diverse Flowers

By Sarina Patel, age 10, Florida

Beautiful and aromatic
Heart-pleasing buds of all shapes and sizes
Pink and vivid
Purple and smooth

Bittersweet

Bittersweet

By Sarina Patel, Age 10, Florida

Instead of jasmine incense I smell orange peels.
Thick, heavy, sour.
But most importantly, bittersweet.
This is what my life feels like right now.

Labor

Labor

By Sehen Gamhewa, age 10, Kuwait

In the morning I watch, a scene
From the window, that I see again at noon
I wonder and ponder about the man I see
He’s there every day, all the time but never in the night

The Spring

The Spring

By Sarina Patel, age10, Florida

Fragrant petunias flourishing,
Yellow roses basking in the early morning dew.
Cotton candy clouds crowned with rays,
In the sweet blush of spring.