A note from a six-year-old to her mother.
Poem by Tasha Slotnick, Age 13
Mothers are A field of lush Green grass Sprinkled with flowers An artichoke dipped in butter The evening sky A glowing peach As the sun gets shy and hides A …
Age. A person who can do anything. A woman who loves stories, a man who takes memories. Your memories, your stories, parts of your life, no matter how painful. Out …
Hey world its time to let anyone be anything.
Give hope a chance. All I’m saying is, give hope a chance. Because she loves to change the world.
My experiences had given me a depth of understanding my dreams couldn’t even capture.
A collection of poems by Missoula International School students around the theme “Better Together”