JOURNEY GEMS: The Tree of Life

Journey's creative writing club is a place for all the writers of the school to get together

Our creative writing club is a place for all the writers of the school to get together and write about how they feel and their interests.

This Club is a great way for kids to learn how to write poems and be creative through their writing.

Journey Dragons run to be here, So run to read with us.

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The Tree of Life

Howling wind at Journey during spring shakes the branches of the big maple tree His branches are so big and strong but his leaves are large and frail

In fall when his leaves changes colors And they start to fall down Kids will have fun and play in them in winter when it’s cold

All you will see is his branches everywhere in fall when his leaves changes colors And they start to fall down

Kids will have fun and play in them in winter when it’s cold

All you will see is his branches everywhere

Now during all this time and the changing of Seasons

There will always be a Maple tree in the same spot in the same area forever.

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Submitted by Journey Middle School.

 

 

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