Me and You

by Kelsey Wellard aged 12

Me and you
That’s all I want
Just me and you

My Sister

by Devan Nelson aged 16

I am so proud of you, sister.
You mean so much to me.
I really wish you could look inside
my heart and really, truly, see.
The love that lies within,
The thoughts that made me grin.
The times we have shared.
The times you’ve been there, just to care.
Those times of long ago,
that only you and I could know.
Those times of heartache and pain,
those times of hurt and gain.
Those times of triumph and loss,
on seas of trouble tossed.
You helped me face my fears.
You’ve been there through the tears.
You’ve been my strength in tough times.
You’ve helped me to climb and reach for the skies.
Climb higher in this life,
than I have ever cared to go,
because only you believed in me and helped me to grow.
You wouldn’t let me sit,
you wouldn’t let me rest.
You told me to climb higher
and do my very best.
Thank you, my sister, for caring about me so,
right now, in this poem, I want you to know.
I don’t show it enough.
How much I love you.
Thank you my sister, for being so very true.

My Dad

by Kiera Garrett aged 10

My dad is the best
he plays football with me
He goofs around with me
and most importantly
he loves me

What’s the Sigh of Love?

by Kiera Garrett aged 10

When doves fly
when the birds sing
when your heart is open
when you feel warm in your heart
then you know it’s the time for love

True Love

by Zoe Smith aged 10

Sunshine beams out of my face whenever I see you,
You always brighten up my day, you make me chuckle too.
I want to tell you that you’re ace and that I love you so,
You make me smile inside my heart and I want you to know

You Are My True Love

by David Kelly aged 9

You’re more fun than an app on my phone
You make my sweet eyes shine
Your laughter is the best ring tone
Please be my Valentine!


by Ananya Wadhwa aged 14

Moonlit illusions,
I felt the moon beams cascade
And envelope me,
Delicious, creamy, exhilarating
And yet, somehow they devastated me.
I watched the silky clouds
Cover the polished moon,
Like a gentle wedding veil
As you lingered around me.
I pushed,
And fell,
Blood trickled down my lips,
Dangled from my eyelashes,
Yet, you pinned me down,
And, shook me, rasping,
I felt your hot, stinky breath.

And so therefore, I must now I muster up the courage
To ask you,
Why, oh why do you yearn for a goblet of me
On your table
When you have four wives who’ve given you
Flushed, beautiful children?
Why do you yearn for a goblet of me
To froth beside your bread?

A Day Nearer

by Naomi Adeoti aged 11

I would rather be somewhere alone with you
Instead of praying you’re feeling like I do…

Explicit Love

by Olutona Emmanuel aged 18

Whenever I turn on my radio
Around Feb`ry, all I hear is love
Even when I open up my window
I see two birds showing love
I can’t really comprehend
What most of my friends
Would do in this climate that’ll soon end
‘Cos girls in their wiles
Love parading up and down
Some miles
Moving all round the town
With their impeccable gown
Displaying the bevy of their beauties

Boys also in their wiles
Pretend to be wise
They fail to realize
That emotions
Aren’t chronic, they give reasons
They claim to be Heaven N’ Earth
They claim to be girls breath
They claim to always be there
They claim to always fly by air
They claim to always mind
They claim to always be kind
Always to girls they claim, when
Captured by Lust And give excuses, when
The feelings is completely lost

I wish I could find a love that is real
Like sunshine, so bright to heal
Me from love malady
One who won’t only be my lady
But who will at peak be my wife
One who will precious my life
Irrespective of some stupid things I did in my tantrums
But unite with me to do good things
One who’ll give me love that don’t last a day
But give me that which doesn’t fade away.


My Love

by Laoise Lowry aged 10

Look at him
His hair blows in the wind and its all gelled up
His smile reminds me of rainbows
His eyes shimmer like the sun
His body has a 6 pack
He’s perfect and sweet
He’s my only love