Art

Riva Sweetrocket

Courtesy of Plus Gallery

Ham – Matched to Untitled

Bubble Gum
Chewy
Delicious
Ever lasting
Flavor

Viviana B.


Rodney Wallace

Through the Window I See – Matched to Window View

Through a window
I can see trash
I can see
houses
I can see nature
It grows like nature
the trash flows in the air
The houses look so pretty.

Aaron T.
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Claudia Roulier

The Art of Flight – Inspired by The Bunny

The bunny is sitting in the sun.
She is watching the birds.
She wishes she can fly with them.

Unknown

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Tony Ortega

Cipriano’s Go Cart – Matched to Becoming a Car

I would have a motor as a heart
And windows as eyes.
I would have to drink gas,
would have car parts as bones,
two wheels as feet
And two wheels as hands.
I would be fast!

By Abraham C., Age 9
Eagleton Elementary

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Barth Quenzer

Woods – inspired by Woods

Woods, oh beautiful woods!
Oh how you inspire me.
Oh you’re outstanding to me.
Day after day the mean lumber jacks hurt you.
Soon if I’m president I’ll ban cutting you down.

By: Alex V., Age 9
Brown Elementary

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Kate Wilkonson

Earrings  – Inspired by Green/Verde

Green is the grass
Verde es el zacate

Green are the plants
Verde son las plantas

When you go outside
you see green all around
Cuando vas para afuera
ves mucho verde

Green are the frogs
Verde son las ranas

By: Evelyn S., Age 10
Eagleton Elementary

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Jennifer Skalecke

Playful Sea – inspired by Blue Green Sea

The Blue Green Sea looks like my Blue Green eyes.
The Blue Green Sea smells like fresh air.
The sea tastes like Salt water on my mouth.
I hear the waves of the sea.
The water feels cold on my arms.

Kimberly T., Age 9
Munroe Elementary

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Lyndsey Rosenberg

Woods – Inspired by Woods

Woods, oh beautiful woods!
Oh how you inspire me.
Oh you’re outstanding to me.
Day after day the mean lumber jacks hurt you.
Soon if I’m president I’ll ban cutting you down.

By: Alex V., Age 9
Brown Elementary

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Cynthia Ligeros

Sweet Remember – Inspired by Red Heart

Red heart in Love, hip hip hurray
Sad heart it smells like perfume
Red heart is soft it sounds like
Pom Pom Pom

By: Joann R., Age 9
Munroe Elementary

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Patrick Loehr

I Miss Her – Inspired by I Wish Poem

I wish my mom didn’t leave me because I miss her.
I wish I could get my mom and dad back together.
I wish I can learn about my mom so that when I see her I know it is her.
I wish I can get all my sadness and drop it in the ocean.
I wish that my mom cared and loved me.
I wish I can know, see and love my mom, but I am not sure what to say.
I love her or I don’t?

Christian F. Age 10,
Newlon Elementary

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Marilyn Leuszler

Homeless – Inspired by Untitled

When I’m homeless
I’m sad.
There’s no one on my side.
No one to play with.
No one to talk with.
No one to play video games.
There’s nothing to do.

By: Miguel S. Age 9
Cowell Elementary

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Kathleen Gatliffe

Kimberly Dreams of Mangos – Inspired by Fruit

Where I am from
A place called Mexico
Where all the delicious fruit come out
Like mango, manzanaz and naranjas.
I am like a wolf running on a
Big pile of white, cold, snow.
Mango is a very good fruit.
When I bite it
Juice of mango comes down my arm
All the way to my shirt.

By: Kimberly C. Age 9,
Eagleton Elementary

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Jean Habeck

Inspiration – Inspired by Writing

The beautiful colors of life.
The amazing colors of life.
The wild rainbow colors
The wild colors of life
The royal colors of life
The incredible colors of life

Green, red, brown, black, white, purple, blue, yellow, gold

Jorge M., Age 8
Cowell Elementary

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Kimberly Baltz

After Rain – Inspired by Rain, rain, rain

Rain, rain, rain
Right below the
sky like a diamond
falling from the
sky like the rainbow
grow so colorful.

By: Carolina C., Age 9,
Knapp Elementary

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Ivadell Marie

Best Place to be From – Inspired by Where I Am From

I am from a place
Where my mom waits for me
With a delicious meal
Done by her own hands
With love.

I am from a place
Where the blue sky is like me
Always feeling free
And smiling with the clouds
Like jumping in
A trampoline

By: Evelyn S., Age 11,
Eagleton Elementary

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Noami Foster

Bubble Gum Nation – Inspired by Untitled

Bubble Gum
Chewy
Delicious
Ever lasting
Flavor

By: Viviana B., Age 10 Munroe Elementary

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Megan Evans

Colors of Life – Inspired by Writing

The beautiful colors of life.
The amazing colors of life.
The wild rainbow colors
The wild colors of life
The royal colors of life
The incredible colors of life

Green, red, brown, black, white, purple, blue, yellow, gold

By: Jorge M., Age 8
Cowell Elementary

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Judy Pendleton

Breathe – Inspired by Green/Verde

Green is the grass
Verde es el zacate

Green are the plants
Verde son las plantas

When you go outside
you see green all around
Cuando vas para afuera
ves mucho verde

Green are the frogs
Verde son las ranas

By: Evelyn S., Age 10
Eagleton Elementary

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Marie Gibbons

Piece from the Milagro series – Matched to Red Heart

Red heart in Love, hip hip hurray
Sad heart it smells like perfume
Red heart is soft it sounds like
Pom Pom Pom

By: Joann R., Age 9
Munroe Elementary

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Zachary Bruns

History – Matched to My friend That Moved

I love my friend
Who moved away
from me. There’s
nothing more to
say. The love ends
soft as it began
I loved my
friend who moved
away. Now your
swing is missing
from the lawn.
How will I
face each empty
day without
my friend who
gave me a fun
life?

By: Kathy Z. Age 10
Cheltenham Elementary

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Ashley Barr

Shrine to Green/Verde – Inspired by Green/Verde

Green is the grass
Verde es el zacate

Green are the plants
Verde son las plantas

When you go outside
you see green all around
Cuando vas para afuera
ves mucho verde

Green are the frogs
Verde son las ranas

By: Evelyn S., Age 10
Eagleton Elementary

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Michelle Soule

Rain, Rain, Rain – Inspired by Rain, rain, rain

Rain, rain, rain
Right below the
sky like a diamond
falling from the
sky like the rainbow
grow so colorful.

By: Carolina C., Age 9,
Knapp Elementary

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Diana Salazar

Blue Green Sea – Inspired by Blue Green Sea

The Blue Green Sea looks like my Blue Green eyes.
The Blue Green Sea smells like fresh air.
The sea tastes like Salt water on my mouth.
I hear the waves of the sea.
The water feels cold on my arms.

Kimberly T., Age 9
Munroe Elementary

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Barth Quenzer

Inspired by Blue Green Sea

The Blue Green Sea looks like my Blue Green eyes.
The Blue Green Sea smells like fresh air.
The sea tastes like Salt water on my mouth.
I hear the waves of the sea.
The water feels cold on my arms.

Kimberly T., Age 9
Munroe Elementary

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Vanessa Antonsen

Inspired by Untitled

Bubble Gum
Chewy
Delicious
Ever lasting
Flavor

By: Viviana B., Age 10, Munroe Elementary

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Jane Rabadi

Inspired by Killer Bunnies and the Terrible Universe

Have you heard about the universe ending?

Yes I heard that killer bunnies were taking over the whole entire universe.

I know that’s crazy because zombies created the killer bunnies.
They did?

Yes, my uncle told me about it. He said there were going to be flying sharks.
Wow, that’s crazy. Ok, bye.

One year later

Do you still remember what I told you last year?
Oh yes the killer bunnies and all that.

Yes, yes, I made it up.
You did?

Yes! I got it from a book.
No you didn’t.

By: Jose T., Age 11
Newlon Elementary

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Chris Sherman

Inspired by There is a Place

There is a place that is called Denver
And that is where I am from.
There are flowers that are beautiful
Of all colors.
There is plenty of water.
I can see the leaves going side to side
While it falls.
I hear how the raindrops
Drop like a heartbeat.

Laura M. Age 8,
Eagleton Elementary

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Errol Beauchamp

Inspired by Blue Green Sea

The Blue Green Sea looks like my Blue Green eyes.
The Blue Green Sea smells like fresh air.
The sea tastes like Salt water on my mouth.
I hear the waves of the sea.
The water feels cold on my arms.

Kimberly T., Age 9
Munroe Elementary

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Jennifer Stock

Inspired by I Wish

I wish I could go to the top of the moon
And the stars shine on me like the sun shines on me.
I remember my Grandparents, they died.
I felt sad and I will see them in the sky one day.

By: Jaimie P. Age 8, Newlon Elementary

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Dana Miler

Inspired by I See Myself

I see myself as a baby when I cry.
I see myself as a singer when I sing.
I see myself as a chef when I cook.

I see myself as Pele when I play soccer.
I see myself as a princess when I play princess.
I see myself as an actress when I act.
I see myself with all my dreams..

I see myself.

By: Pricila S. Age 10,
Cowell Elementary

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Angela Canada Hopkins

Inspired by I Wish Poem

I wish my mom didn’t leave me because I miss her.
I wish I could get my mom and dad back together.
I wish I can learn about my mom so that when I see her I know it is her.
I wish I can get all my sadness and drop it in the ocean.
I wish that my mom cared and loved me.
I wish I can know, see and love my mom, but I am not sure what to say.
I love her or I don’t?

Christian F. Age 10,
Newlon Elementary

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Erin Asmussen

Poker Poetry

The Evil factory is laughing slow,
There’s a mouthful of bees.
Zoo monster in the store.

Ariel N., Age 8, Newlon Elementary

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More artwork coming soon. In the meantime look over pieces from Inspired Art 2010!