Bored Poem (aka “The Taco Poem”)

“…said the taco to the Devil Taco”

Taco taco taco taco taco taco
taco taco taco taco taco taco
taco taco taco taco taco taco
said the taco to the Devil Taco
from the Taco Bell that is by the Wal-Mart
that is in a mall that is very boring
to lots of people. And I am the only one
in my family that cares. The place is very boring.
And I said to my family that they are boring
too, ‘cus they never go outside. But Taco
just likes to stab all the other tacos,
especially the Devil Taco, because he’s gangster
and was always very mad, and standing there
bored out of his taco-mind, bored with his brother
with his burrito-breath and his nasty teeth,
and bored too with his own self, his t-shirt
you know the one with the air-brushed wolf on it.

—Nathan from Bluebonnet Trail Elementary

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  2. […] Jess wrote me not long ago, asking if I’d like to “do a solid” for some kids she works with in Austin, TX: So, as you might know, I have the best job in the history of the world.  I get to give writers paying jobs to work with elementary, middle, and high school writers in Austin.  We publish these young folks, in print and online.  The best part of the best job in the history of the world is reading poems and stories by 4th graders (and all the other kids too, of course) all day long.  Anyway, I’m “curating”, online for Badgerdog (the non-profit I work for), a bunch of our kiddos poems with commentaries this summer.  And I’m writing to see if you’d be interested in reading some, seeing if one floats your boat … or basically anything you’d be interested in/willing to do.  There’s poems/stories about football, hamsters, dogs, a mermaid “as beautiful as a story”, love poems to the imagination, super heroes who give the gift of sleep, and a story where both the villain and the hero are named Taco. […]

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