4.27.12 April Poem of the Day: Tayler

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One Response to Spoken Words: Poems from Ms. Garsoe’s 4th & 5th Grade Class at Buena Vista Elementary

  1. Kaye says:

    Thank you, Taylor, for sharing your delightful poem on amusement parks. I could almost hear the excitement, and smell the funnel cakes.

    Kaye

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