Poem #1 (Waste)

So I was rummaging through some old school bags and found a notebook full of poems from fifth grade. I was going to put them in the attic, but decided to publish them on here…I know they’re horrible, but they’re from middle school. Enjoy 🙂

Waste by: Sabrina Marsi

They walk down the street

In the blazing heat

They wander around town

Trying to find something to keep down


The pigs sit on their chairs

Seeming like they don’t car

With bellies as full as balloons

Acting like buffoons


They look through trash

Trying to find some cash

They beg in the market

That they haven’t even met


The pigs laugh their heads off

They don’t stop smoking until they cough

They wait until the pigs are done

And ask for a piece of their bun


They looked at the floor

While the pigs tore

The pigs look at the clothes so grey

As they walk away



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~Hope you enjoyed this and i’ll have another post up soon. Take Care!


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