“Water” by Katherine Pikul

A golden spear strikes the blanket of peace, At a time when all the noises cease, When the water is so still you can see your reflection, That when you know the morning’s perfection. When your eyes are barely open and nothing else is awake, When the sunrise in the sky...

“Water” by Genevieve Hiatt

A friend, always there to comfort in sorrow, and share in happiest of moments. Storms of rain mixed with the salty wrath of turbulent waves calming an aching mind, lulling it into submission. Dulling reality, washing away tears. Purest of elements, Water a lifeline...

“Water Shows No Mercy” by Hunter Littlefield

Waking up to the pitter patter of water dripping through the cracks in the roof Climbing out of the bunks the noise gets louder and louder Waves crashing into the boat sounding like earthquakes Opening the hatch to get into the galley the cold wind and rain chills...

“Water Poem” by William Coronell

Water is something I drink. helps my family and I fish. It’s the beauty of life, helps plants and animals grow. In my Tlingit culture water is part of my home. Helps me calm down when I wanna get away from home, listening to the water the river is feeding the...

“Water is Emotion” by Savannah Ivan

Water represents emotion. There’s calm, rage, anxiety, uneasy. At times, it’s calm and quiet. It’s not disturbed. At other times, it’s raging like a tsunami, Sweeping away everything in its path. During the day, it could start off calm and peaceful, But could progress...