Invisible

by Mariah Mendoza, age 12
Invisible Mariah likes writing poems that express her feelings. Also, she likes writing stories that have mystery elements or are sports related. She likes J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books and believes Rowling expresses her thoughts about childhood well.

“I’m right in front of you
I am a rare bird who’s there but not seen often
My gold feather with multiple colors of feathers”

           

You don’t see me

I am Invisible

You don’t know how I think

Feel

I want to be noticed

I’m right in front of you

I am a rare bird who’s there but not seen often

My gold feather with multiple colors of feathers

I can change but I would never attack

I am not like the plain birds

I don’t have just gray feathers

and my beak is orange and sometimes has little bits of colors

I notice you

You are part of the ones who are rare and unique

We rares are invisible in far away places

Miles and yards away from the commons

We are Invisible but special

Why not me

You see the ones who are not unique

Rare

Special

I may not show my feeling

But I’m still here

Common ones go

But rare ones stay

I will stay

Rain or no rain

Thunder or no thunder

I will stay.

It’s not my fault that nobody notices me…

I am just special

And not just anybody can notice me but you can.

Invisible

Birds

We are in small quantities of rares but that’s us

Invisible.

We soar above everyone who stops us.

 

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