Zachary

Grade 5

Edmonton
Alberta

what is a home?

WHAT IS A HOME?
A home is a place were children live
A place of no dismay
A place were nobody gets left out
A place were everyone gets to lay
Inside a cozy bed or couch
With no one to bother them
A place to have a warm breakfast
I’m not sure how people live without it
But I’m helping people right here, right now
I’m helping them by writing this
I’m writing without fear
Because a home is a place were children live
We hold them very dear
We watch them as they grow old
We watch them as they grow bold
But a home isn’t only a place were children live
It could be a place for parties
A place to drink san pellegrino and eat smarties
A building of love and peace
A building were people tall and small
Can be what they want, but all in all
A home is a place were children live
A loved and lived in home
A home is not a place
It’s a people—Thor Ragnorock
WHAT IS A HOME?
A home is a place were children live
A place of no dismay
A place were nobody gets left out
A place were everyone gets to lay
Inside a cozy bed or couch
With no one to bother them
A place to have a warm breakfast
I’m not sure how people live without it
But I’m helping people right here, right now
I’m helping them by writing this
I’m writing without fear
Because a home is a place were children live
We hold them very dear
We watch them as they grow old
We watch them as they grow bold
But a home isn’t only a place were children live
It could be a place for parties
A place to drink san pellegrino and eat smarties
A building of love and peace
A building were people tall and small
Can be what they want, but all in all
A home is a place were children live
A loved and lived in home
A home is not a place
It’s a people—Thor Ragnorock
WHAT IS A HOME?
A home is a place were children live
A place of no dismay
A place were nobody gets left out
A place were everyone gets to lay
Inside a cozy bed or couch
With no one to bother them
A place to have a warm breakfast
I’m not sure how people live without it
But I’m helping people right here, right now
I’m helping them by writing this
I’m writing without fear
Because a home is a place were children live
We hold them very dear
We watch them as they grow old
We watch them as they grow bold
But a home isn’t only a place were children live
It could be a place for parties
A place to drink san pellegrino and eat smarties
A building of love and peace
A building were people tall and small
Can be what they want, but all in all
A home is a place were children live
A loved and lived in home
A home is not a place
It’s a people—Thor Ragnorock