I Am

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May 4, 2012 by WITS Editor

Yellow bulldozer.

Yellow bulldozer. (Photo credit: MJ/TR (´・ω・))

I am yellow

a man who’s driving a bulldozer

an earthquake hitting the hard ground on earth

a crane with a ball that weighs 1 million tons

about to crash history

a light feeling coming from myself

I am blue

calm waves crashing

a quiet person walking

sprinkling rain falling to the ground

peaceful and quiet

I am red

lava coming from a volcano

the amber of a fire

the mad feeling of angriness

By Owen, 2nd grade


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