Poems from 4th Hour
Roseau High School, Sophomore Class
By Dominic Lussier
Darkness is a strength.
After you get over the fear of the dark,
What’s to be scared of now?
By Aidan Walsh
May, a wonderful time of year. Birds singing, flowers blooming
Trees budding, baby animals running, fish spawning, fisherman catching,
Turkeys strutting, kids playing without snowsuits, people biking,
Guys and girls snacking, friends hanging, farmers planting,
Noises going, water flowing, green appearing, lazy days coming,
Late nights starting, early mornings ending, fire nights blaring,
May is a wonderful time of the year.
By Adam Wrede
1. Bait (worm)
2. Tackle box
4. A good chair.
By Mariah Huglen
Clean room white room summer breeze through
The window closet full of clothes. I have
Too many to choose from. Smells sweet
In my bedroom. Thinking about
The city right now, New York, my next outfit
That I want, what I’m going to make
And sew this summer.
By Kallie Byfuglien
Screaming, crying, running
Where are they?
My teeth, they’re gone
In one instant
They are gone.
Screaming for my mom.
It caught me by surprise.
The rope, the bike, the sun
And then they were gone.