Akasha

Grade 5

Salt Spring Isl
British Columbia

Home To Me

Home To Me
By: Akasha Rowan Smeth Fernwood Elementary Grade 5

My home is where I sleep at night
Under my covers snug and tight

I eat breakfast and dinner in my kitchen every day
I hope it will always be that way

My home is like a turtle’s shell, the shell is hard,
the walls as well they keep me safe from thunderstorms,
and keep the cold out leaving me warm

The walls hold the roof up in the sky
But not very high

My clothes stay nice and clean and dry up off of the floor When I tuck them up high inside of my drawers

Our chickens live outside but they have a home as well
To protect them from their predators
Such as raccoons and cougars

While cats and dogs and parrots
Live inside with us
Sometimes chickens can make
Your house look a little messed up

I eat breakfast and dinner in my kitchen every day
I hope it will always be that way

My home is like a turtle’s shell, the shell is hard,
the walls as well they keep me safe from thunderstorms,
and keep the cold out leaving me warm

My home is where I sleep at night
Under my covers snug and tight