Maddie Bernard, “Funny How-Tos”

Warning: These how-tos are meant to be funny, for humorous purposes only. Do not try at home. Contents: How to breed a unicorn How to teach your dog magic How to ride a bike How to type   How to

Maddie Bernard, “Funny How-Tos”

Warning: These how-tos are meant to be funny, for humorous purposes only. Do not try at home. Contents: How to breed a unicorn How to teach your dog magic How to ride a bike How to type   How to

wordwalk looking up

James Mitchell, “Ode to my Family”

Their presence frees me Of all fears and worries Lifting the forbidding presence From my shoulders Helping me when I am down Lifting me off of the ground Lightening the burden Of all that I hold Loving me When no

wordwalk looking up

James Mitchell, “Ode to my Family”

Their presence frees me Of all fears and worries Lifting the forbidding presence From my shoulders Helping me when I am down Lifting me off of the ground Lightening the burden Of all that I hold Loving me When no

compass

Isabel Bates, “At Night”

Still and silent no movement except the trees swaying reaching REACHING out to you like deranged hula dancers. The darkness beckoning, shadows slipping across the ground free to roam at night. The house lights off windows dark the ocean inky

compass

Isabel Bates, “At Night”

Still and silent no movement except the trees swaying reaching REACHING out to you like deranged hula dancers. The darkness beckoning, shadows slipping across the ground free to roam at night. The house lights off windows dark the ocean inky

bird

Sarah Cyr, “Green Eyes”

The people pass by me and no one looks in my eyes I understand why No one looks at me the same anymore My past changed me forever and I will never forget that The past is the past And

bird

Sarah Cyr, “Green Eyes”

The people pass by me and no one looks in my eyes I understand why No one looks at me the same anymore My past changed me forever and I will never forget that The past is the past And

Poetry and pencil design

Winter Poetry Submissions II

These are more great poems from students at Frank Harrison M.S. in Yarmouth. “Angela’s Aqua Dress” by Kaytee Glenn, 14 Angela twirled, Like a ballerina in her new aqua dress. The new aqua dress glinted From all the sparkles. It

Poetry and pencil design

Winter Poetry Submissions II

These are more great poems from students at Frank Harrison M.S. in Yarmouth. “Angela’s Aqua Dress” by Kaytee Glenn, 14 Angela twirled, Like a ballerina in her new aqua dress. The new aqua dress glinted From all the sparkles. It

plant and chair

Winter Poetry Submissions

We received some great poetry from students at Frank Harrison Middle School in Yarmouth. Here are some pieces that resonate with outdoorsy themes– nature, activities, seasons. “First Ride” by Sarah Miller, 13 I push off eagerly. I feel free. I

plant and chair

Winter Poetry Submissions

We received some great poetry from students at Frank Harrison Middle School in Yarmouth. Here are some pieces that resonate with outdoorsy themes– nature, activities, seasons. “First Ride” by Sarah Miller, 13 I push off eagerly. I feel free. I

animal comic

WordPLAY Comics

Sometimes we use drawings as inspiration for stories. Here are some comics created here on the Wharf! Comic characters with empty speech bubbles came to life once kids gave them their own unique voices and stories. Here is part of

animal comic

WordPLAY Comics

Sometimes we use drawings as inspiration for stories. Here are some comics created here on the Wharf! Comic characters with empty speech bubbles came to life once kids gave them their own unique voices and stories. Here is part of