Biography of Addie Taino
Hi, my name's Addie Taino. I'm not even a teenager yet, but I have a passion for writing stories and poetry, and this is why I love this site. I have a book yet to be published, even at my young age.
Addie Taino Poems
Crystalline raindrops Drip like tears Of the sky. Drops of rain
On a white china plate In the middle of a cherry-wood round dinner table Sat a teacake. Around the table
Glass candy Transparent Pink, blue, green, orange Any color.
I love it in the water so deep Breathing fresh air So let go... And just see
I know a secret place No, not Narnia or Hogwarts But my secret place. A secret place
I opened the music box And music poured out, Enchanting me. Inside the music box
Papery wings So fragile, delicate Fluttering softly to his dusty nest He rests.
The crow flies Gently down To the ground. The sun
Just A Dream
The ocean ran 100 miles an hour Midday. The ocean left
She flies She glides Her feet Hitting the floor
The Greenpeace Girl
$500 Went to Greenpeace. People all around May whisper, 'Who did that? Who would give up their money? '
Dresses, suits, button-ups We walk down the aisle This glorious sixth-grade year of 2007-2008 Has come to an end.
Life In A Jar
Inside the jar is... New life. It sits On the shelf
Up on the hill where nobody goes Lives a woman named Mrs. DeSoto. In his house, he has a room And in that room are curios.
Pink, blue, green, orange
Kind of rare, right?
This poem is nonsense
But at least it makes a point
About glass candy.