Once there was a girl who grew weeds in pots, and every time she had an adventure, the weed of that day would grow as tall as her adventure. Her tallest weed was bigger than she was.

One day she was going to a pizza place, and she found a door hidden in vines. It was a rather large door. She decided to go through it. On the other side, there was a stream. Near the stream, there was a fence. On the other side there was a glowing tree. She went and climbed the tree. It had fireflies and fairies all over it.

The fairies picked her up and took her to a blank white place. Suddenly a farm dropped out of nowhere. She ran as fast as she could until she found a door and went through it. She was home again and next to her was a very large weed, even bigger than she was.

by Remandra, 3rd Grade


photo by pawpaw67 via flickr

No Responses to “Nancy’s Tall Adventure”

  1. philosophyoflife

    Adventure writing is all the more appealing when it comes from one’s own imagination and you have expressed so beautifully the strength in your writing descriptive.

    Well done.

  2. Dwight Schrute

    What a brilliant poem. this poem captured my attention from the very beginning and i loved its deep metaphor. Wow…..

    This poem is worth a nobel prize or whatever.

    Just come along to Dundermifflin Scranton and ask for a Dwight Schrute Assistant to the regional Manager Jesh, and I will give the writer a dundee award.


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