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The Madness of March
April 30, 2024
The Blue Bird
The Blue Bird
April 25, 2024

The Blue Bird

The Blue Bird
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In skies of azure, bright and wide,
A solitary blue bird does glide.
Its wings, a brush of cerulean hue,
Painting the heavens with shades anew.

 

With feathers soft as morning dew,
It soars above, the world to view.
Its song, a melody pure and clear,
Echoes softly, drawing hearts near.

 

Through fields of green and forests deep,
The blue bird flies, its secrets to keep.
It whispers tales of lands untold,
Where dreams take flight and hearts unfold.

 

In every flutter, a story is heard,
Of hope and love in every word.
So let us cherish this feathered friend,
The blue bird’s journey, without end.

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Julianna Cano
Julianna Cano, Writer
Julianna Cano is currently in 7th grade on the Orange Team and is a very hard working student who tries her best to get all of her assignments completed. It has always been her dream to become an author. She started writing at a young age. Just started with staplers and paper. Going to 7th grade meant more independence and closer to accomplishing her dream to becoming an author. As her writing grew, so did her techniques and she moved to using technology to write her stories. From poems to journalism, Julianna loves writing stories that have meaning and that people can relate to so that it can give them a sense of comfort whether they are facing something hard, or cherishing memorable times.

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    Theertha NairApr 25, 2024 at 4:33 pm

    My mouth literally dropped when I read your poem. It’s so good!

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      Julianna CanoApr 25, 2024 at 8:53 pm

      Thank you so much! I am glad you liked it!

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