Heart Haiku poems

Below are Heart Haiku poems created by 6th grade students on the I-team at Eastern York Middle School for Mr. Murren’s Health class in conjunction with Mrs. Stough’s English class.
Heart Haiku
by Trevor Seitz
Keep your heart happy
Stay active and eat healthy
You will stay alive
Heart Haiku
by Madison Shimmel
Cardio system,
swish, swash goes the nasty blood
down the twisty vane
Heart Haiku
by Jackson Deppen
To the ventricle
And then next the aorta
Out blood goes to clean
Heart Haiku
by Zachary Wolfe
Pumping blood all night
the whole way through the body
It keep you alive
Heart Haiku
by Isabella Jensen
Arteries away
Now taking blood to the lungs
Blood goes back through veins
Heart Haiku
by Andrew Cheng
Arteries and veins
Receives blood, then pumpt to lungs
That’s how your heart works
Heart Haiku
by Ashley Morris
The wonderful heart,
Really strong muscle in us
but really fagile
Heart Haiku
by Elise Sprenkle
Smoking could kill you
Why would you want to do it
Occupy your mind
Heart Haiku
by MaKenna Sutherland
The left ventricle,
Just when he thinks he will give
he still pushes on
Heart Haiku
by Amber Forry
It flows through the veins
the heart pumps it out to make
blood to help you live
Heart Haiku
by Jazzlyn Sweitzer
Heart and blood vessels
Circle around the body
Blood away from heart
Heart Haiku
by Kenny Stepp
Heart is important
Take care of your heart right now
smoking dangerous
Heart Haiku
by Liberty Rexroth
Pumping blood out, in
day after day to be mine
to be heart healthy


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Show features art by Eastern York students

Blue Art PaletteThe fifth annual Eastern York School District Student Art Show will feature two receptions, 6-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, and 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb 23, at Weavings Ink Art Studio, 208 Hellam St., Wrightsville.

The exhibit showcases artwork by Eastern students in elementary through high school. The show runs through March 2. Regular gallery hours are 1-5 p.m. Fridays and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays.

For more info, visit www.weavingsink.com.

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