Based on the novel Peace Like a River the sophomores read, we took lines from the novel and turned those into a poem. This is Rachel Redding’s. The chicken waltzed in, Fearful and skittish, Like the good little prey
In Mrs. Likkel’s Freshmen English class they just read The Book Thief and were inspired to write poetry based on the narrator’s motif of colors. The students crafted poem based on a favorite day and emphasized the colors and emotions
Mrs. Likkel’s sophomore English class studied poetry in April. For this particular assignment, Noah Johnson was inspired to model his own poetry after the original, in which a poet wonders what happened at an abandoned property. He postulates based on
The Freshman English class collaborated on a poem in which we praise God for His abundant goodness to us. This is especially appropriate in that ZLO has been revitalized this past year thanks to a group of dedicated parents who
Mrs. Likkel’s Freshman English class spent Poetry Month writing a variety of poems. Here is one poem by Emma Clarke, inspired by “Seed” by Luci Shaw. Deliverance God revealed His awesome power, dividing the roaring sea with His mighty hand.
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