I Heard a Song


May 13, 2011 by Bexter

I heard a song
that took me to Germany.

Touring a castle,
seeing everything
knights in shining armor
to the beautiful
with gold and silver.

Everything is wonderful
and beautiful
and peaceful.

A spark in my mind
that someone lived here at this place!

Someone had enough
money to buy everything
anything they wanted.

Someone lived here at this
at that time.
They could get whatever
they wanted.

They are greedy
and selfish
and ungrateful.

Everything in my
mind stops when the song is over!

By Reagan, 6th grade


One thought on “I Heard a Song

  1. short poems says:

    Wrapped up so nicely! Enjoyed it 🙂

    Acrostic Poems

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