Fire – A Poem Collection

Daniela Avrekh, age 10
Fire – A Poem Collection Daniela Avrekh is a ten-year-old poetry and fiction writer. She loves reading fantasy, science fiction, and realistic fiction. Her favorite book is Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery. Avrekh currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, traveling between her two parents' houses. She has a dog, two cats, and a little brother named Eliot. Avrekh also enjoys spending time with her stepmom, Emily. You can find her at her desk, typing furiously away at this or that project.

“The screech of violins/
The singing of the cello/
The deep ringing of flutes/
The beat of drums”


The screech of violins

The singing of the cello

The deep ringing of flutes

The beat of drums

The thrum of grand pianos

All created a fire


The writers’ place

It’s in outer space

Aliens like to sleep there

The dragons roar crazily

The writers wake up and eat phones

They taste weird and bitter

Then they write about floors that burned

And human-eating cows (moo)

Then they have writer’s block (aw)

And they start to sing with sadness


Huzzah! We shout as we dive into the sofa

It tastes very sweet but smells like someone farted.

Then we take the pillows and start hitting each other in the eyes.

Then the pillows erupt and we eat the fluff

Then lick our lips with joy.

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