FC: My Poetry | By Peirce Boerner 3-4 Period 3/28/12
1: Table Of Contents | 1. Where I am from 2. Self Respect 3. My Mothers Kitchen 4. Language arts
3: lightening bugs, and sleeping bags. I’m from family dinners, feeding vegetables to pets, wet noses, and wagging tails. I’m from friends that are family and family that are friends. I’m from home and there isn’t any place I’d rather be. Rather than GSMST | I’m from an active town between the hustle and bustle where neighbors are like family. I’m from scarred knees, jumping fencings, and basketball swishes. I’m from a white truck, basketball practice, family outings, and music lessons. I am from a neighborhood green and blue, black and infinity. I’m from Frisbee discs, campfires,
5: Self-Respect Poem By, Pierce Boerner Self-respect is ours and ours alone. But, when weakened, it can, easily, be taken away. Self-respect is a quality we should all cherish. It should be nurtured and allowed to flourish. Self-respect is one of life's basic, human needs. It's what drives us and helps us to succeed. Self-respect creates ambition, motivation, and drive. It's a key ingredient in making us thrive. Self-respect inspires us to achieve our goals. It gives us strength and feeds our very souls. Self-respect can, often, inspire the same in others. It's the reason we may all, have our druthers. Self-respect can, sometimes, be misunderstood. It should reflect us, all that is good. Self-respect should always be admired. For, it is a trait, not easily acquired.
7: My Mothers Kitchen | My Mother’s Kitchen Bless my kitchen she would say I love its every look And bless her as she did her work Washing pots and pans and cook. And may the meals that she prepare Be seasoned from above With Thy great blessing and Thy brilliant grace But most of all Thy love. As we partake our green roots of the earth The table before us spread We'll not forget to thank the, Lord Who giveth us our daily bread. So bless my little kitchen, Lord And those who enter in May they find normality but joy and peace And happiness within
9: Lanquage Arts By, Pierce Boerner LA is not the art of language but the art of imagination LA is not about reading but about what it presents, Mystery and Exaggeration LA is about thoughts and stories that we share LA is when we discuss about the plot of the stories we bare LA is when our eraser shortens are and our pencils dull
14: It is better to wear out than to rust out. RICHARD CUMBERLAND
23: Without labor nothing prospers. SOPHOCLES