Little Lights Urban Ministries

2008 Spring Newsletter

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760 7th St. SE Washington DC 20003 Phone: 202-548-4021 Fax: 202-544-7508 Email: Website: kite poems The following poems were written by participants in our Reading Heroes program looking forward to the Smithsonian's Annual Kite Festival. All About Kites Dancing The Great Kite Season Untitled Damion Sams, age 7 1st grade Rikea Richardson, age 7 2nd grade Sa'niya Smith, age 8 3rd grade Makalia Vines, age 10 4th grade Dragon kite in the sky The baby wants to cry It looks like my kite is dancing! It is wiggling with the wind! It was doing the ChaCha! Rikea had fun flying Her dancing kite. March is the best time to fly a kite. It's a fun season for my colorful kite to fly up high. The wind is blowing and the sun is shining Kids are running, laughing, smiling, and having a great time. If I was a kite I would be red and white with blue stripes. The day was cloudy The monkey was rowdy Shiny is the sun The game she won Look up to the airplane My grandpa has a cane My mom hangs up directions For a kite with four sections. I would fly in the sky. I would like to go to South America and visit people.

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