Recipe of Me by Alyssa
1. Get out your bowl and put in 50,000 gallons of fun.
2. Then put in 25 pints of milk.
3. Get your spoon and stir it. It should look like fun mixed with milk.
4. Put in 10 pounds of push pops.
5. Mix in 1,000,000 tons of animals.
6. Put in 0 ounces of math and 0 ounces of homework.
7. Then you are finished!
Ode to Ice Cream by Jihae
Ice cream is delicious
its flavors are natural
but never would I eat potato or tomato
not even fatato
those ice creams sound impossible, unbearable, ineatable
Although...I do like strawberry, rainbow sherbert, and bubblegum
and these flavors are...stupendous and great, cool and creative
and what more could you say
because I love ice cream!
Food Fright by Heidi
I do not like brussel sprouts cus they taste like salt and they are stale. They also look like a ball of snot, so when my dad served it I screamed soooo loud I almost threw up. Then I lost my voice and so I will never eat brussel sprouts again.
Similes and Metaphors by Jack
Fudge is the most friendly thing to the taste bud itself. It looks like a lake of chocolate as bright as the sun. It comes in every shape and size. It is the perfect topping for all foods, fudge.
Jello looks like a solid sunset.
Broccoli looks like a bright tree that just sprouted from the ground. It tastes like all the four leaf clovers in Ireland.
Ode to Pie by Amy
Oh pie, pie, pie
I love you so much
I love your sweet smell
It's like wonderful things
Smells like perfect pie
You suit best with ice cream
or just cream
Tastes well like that
Looks best like that
Like the shining star.
Ode to Water by Madeline
you refresh me
you cool me down
even when I'm not at the relays
held tight in my bottle
never to drip of it's own
unless I dump it out
Recipe of Me by Lucy
1. Mix 5 cups of friends with 1.5 gallons of labradoodles until smooth.
2. Slowly add 1 gallon of soccer.
3. After soccer has been added, stir in 8 cups of climbing trees.
4. Add 5 cups of friends and whisk for a decade.
5. Stick in oven for 2 hours.
Serves 4 people.
Personification by Luke
Carl is a corn chip who was abandoned at a Mexican family reunion, surprisingly in Canada. He then went to work for the C.I.A. Corn chip Intelligence Association, but then discovered it was too intense for a corn chip like him. He then auditioned to be Mary Poppins in a Broadway play. He got booed so badly he forgot what the words good and show meant. When he was 297, he was awarded the oldest corn chip alive. He later went to Vegas and went broke. He went to his old friend Sally Celery. She also went to Vegas and won every slot she played. But she still ended up broke because Carl stole her money. Later he just sat in a hotel for half an hour and then he went into hibernation.
Similes and Metaphors by Cassia
Avocado looks as slimy as a slug. It has a toxic green color. It tastes like cricket guts. It poisons my tastebuds.
Jello is as cool and fruit as a gummy bear.