I Am


March 29, 2012 by WITS Editor

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I am red, a powerful color

lots of pressure, like burning lava

the spicy color of red-hot chilies

an angry color

the color of blood to keep you alive

running to make you fit and active

the color of war

and fire cannons

By Aaryan, 2nd grade


3 thoughts on “I Am

  1. Trilla Pando says:

    Yes! Great work by Aaryn. I love to read other colors.

  2. Brooke Montgomery says:

    Wonderful imagination Aaryn! Good job!

  3. Nancy Barnhart says:

    Great job Aaryan! It is wonderful to see your poem published on the WITS blog! Nancy Barnhart

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