“BEAUTY AND PEACE” ~ A POEM TO TREASURE, ABOUT GLOUCESTER, written by PILAR DAVIS

Our friend and neighbor Pilar Davis, who is a creative writing middle school student, wrote the following poem for a “Where I Live” assignment. Many thanks to Pilar for sharing her beautiful, beautiful poem

I am from strings of lights

From incense and craft materials

I am from warm colors

From Ikea furniture and flower boxes

I am from hugs and kisses

I am from Thanksgivings together,

From cinnamon buns on Christmas morning

 

From salty hair and sandy feet

From sailboats and sunsets

I am from the treehouse in the huge maple tree

From wood and splinters

From bare feet and scrapes

From the ocean

 

From friends who are siblings

From a neighborhood of friends and family who love and trust

From camping in the summer and sledding in the winter

I am from Lemonade stands and quarry mornings

From running from house to house

From ”play ‘till you can’t anymore”

 

I am from please and thank you

From cozy rainy days with popcorn and hot chocolate

I am from “Lisa’s chocolate chip cookies” and “Grandma Davis pasta salad”

From boats and adventure

 

I am from art

I am from happiness and laughter

From singing my heart out and passion

From the big swing in the backyard

From fires in the fire pit

 

I am from beautiful and peaceful East Gloucester

The photo of Pilar was taken several years ago. She’s more grown up now, but remains the same beautiful person, inside and out.

9 thoughts on ““BEAUTY AND PEACE” ~ A POEM TO TREASURE, ABOUT GLOUCESTER, written by PILAR DAVIS

  1. I agree with Marty on her poem, talk about a strong foundation the spoken word form with the heart and spirit! Excellent work! Thanks for sharing Kim! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

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