Class III - Winter Haiku

Friday, December 28, 2018

Before departing for Winter Break, Class III students learned about Haiku and each wrote one themselves. The students wrote about winter and topics that inspired them in the colder months. Here is a sample of a few of their Haiku poems. To see them all, walk the Class III hallway where the written Haiku are mounted on hand-cut snowflakes. 

Skiing

by Bentley M.
I was really scared
But then I had a great time
On the white, steep slopes
 

Icicles

by Eleanor M.
Icicles are here
Always in that same, strange spot:
The bathroom window
 

Snowman

by Abby H.
Every year, me and
my dad build snowmen and drink
Hot chocolate at home.
 

Diwali

by Shiv S.
I like Diwali
Diwali is Indian
I light bright candles
 

Ice

by Aaron S.
Ice covered with white snow
Ice filled with air bubbles
Ice I can see through
 

Snow

by Ciena C.
snow falling lightly
when there is very cold air
flowing down on you
 

Snow

by Caroline M.
The snow in the sky
Is floating down in silence
And hits the white ground