Words are Gifts

June 2021

  • A Special Gift

    The gift was a real surprise. “Open it Ms. Juliette,” V whispered excitedly. I did not want to guess what it was. As large as an A4 paper, hard to touch, in my mind I knew it was a book but never did I think V would select or suggest a notebook. Whenever we had… Continue reading

  • A Rush of Rain

    Rain Rush Dashes to us Beating and banging Shows it’s anger Loud thumps of Pitter Patter Like music but dissonant We’ve waited long You’ve arrived hard Waving all around The sturdy building Forming rivers in minutes Why the rush? After the wait So welcome but wild Worried about flooding Praying for a glide Rather than… Continue reading

About Me

I am am Elementary school teacher at an International IB School in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. I write with groups of writers, such as Teach Write.