Free verse from Hannah Penn

Posted by on November 14, 2011 in Featured, Hannah Penn Middle | 6 comments

Ms. Angila Kirkessner, a sixth-grade communication arts teacher at Hannah Penn Middle School, submitted these free verse poems from “one of my very inspired future book authors.”

By Kelvin Colon
Subject: Mindfulness
Title: THERE’S MORE TO LIFE THAN ME

There’s more to life than me.

Saw a feather on the ground today.

Remembered that there’s more to life than I can see.

When I’m trapped inside this bubble that is my world…

Sometimes I am unaware that there’s more to life than me.

By Kelvin Colon
Subject: Mindfulness
Title: IF THERE IS A THIRD WORLD

If there is a third world I must exist in the second.

Seems I’m neither here nor there.

Living on a stairway that leads neither up or down.

Sometimes wondering how long the second world will be around.

6 Comments

  1. Good job Kelvin! I really enjoyed reading your poems. Keep writing:)

  2. I am so proud of you Kelvin! These are two more I can share with the rest of the school!

  3. What a wonderful job, Kelvin!!!!

    Loved the poems, so proud of you. I knew you had it in you, keep up the good work and I;ll probably be reading one of your poem books in the near future.

    Good Job!

    j. Rosado

  4. Very nice poems my friend, keep up the great work. Hope to see your name and poems in a famous book one day.

  5. thanks every body

  6. Kelvin,

    You are beginning to become in touch with being in the present…everything that happens happens in “the now:)”
    You should check out some of of Eckart Tolle’s books…I can bring you one to school…reading it will expand your mindfulness:)
    I am immensely proud of you and honored to be one of your teachers!
    Peace and Presence

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