Splat, Splat

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October 6, 2011 by WITS Editor

Water Splash 1

Image by slinky2000 via Flickr

Inspired by the poem “Ah, Ah” by Joy Harjo

Splat, splat goes paint as it drops from the brush

onto the canvas.

Splat, splat water drips from a broken pipe

onto the cement.

Splat, splat juice spilling from a pitcher

into a cup.

Splat, splat a friendship begins

in the rain.

Splat, splat bolts of thunder split

the night sky.

Splat, splat my fears roll

out of my heart.

By Rhea, age 11


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