02/12/2018 Alameda Students: The Mighty Pens hosted by Jim
That's enough for me.But I bring them to shore, solid rock and a warm glow.I know not where they come from, nor where they go.I search for the dim lights of the fallen, like dying quasars.Every night, I dive into the inky darkness beneath the stars.The Ocean DepthsWith the hope of sharing a lifelong love of poetry and the exquisite beauty of words, in 2012 Cathy Dana, teacher of Creative Expressions at charter school, Alameda Community Learning Center, founded a school-wide poetry club called The Mighty Pens. The group meets weekly to write and share poetry, culminating each year in a book of student poems, entitled “Wandering Minds, Dancing Words.” Students have read poetry at the Art and Diversity Night, Books, Inc., the Ina Coolbrith Circle, and the Dancing Poetry Festival. Each week, the Mighty Pens choose a “poet of the week” to read a poem to the entire school. Here are their names:Gavin Barron, Sophie McCain-Novakowski, Truly Edison, Miranda Rittenbach, Liam Foster, Oxford Lewis, Cayden Lewis-McCabe, Killian Connolly, Tay Lew.by Liam FosterI live in a little house on an island in a great black sea.