Bike Flying

Sun shining…


Pedals turning

Country trail

Nature playing

Geese honking

Flowers blooming

Bike flying

Hair blowing

Wheels slowing

Path curving

City streets

Lights flashing

Railroad crossing

Traffic moving

Path curving

Pedals turning

Country trail

Bike flying

Hair blowing



You can never go wrong with Gail Gibbons for a NF text.

Sally Jean loves to ride her bicycle. Sally faces a dilemma when she outgrows her beloved bike.

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7 Responses to Bike Flying

  1. MaryHelen says:

    Hair flying – how delightful! I love how you connect a book with your post. Definitely a reading-passion-lady!

  2. the other ruth says:

    Love this poem–almost enough to go pull my bike out of the garage. Too bad it’s already too dark here. Maybe tomorrow.
    I also do not know the Sally Jean book…but intend to find it soon!

  3. elsie says:

    Was this you today? Great images created with two words. Your book connections are awesome, I don’t know Sally Jean.

  4. Tam says:

    What a day for a ride!! Like how you changed direction on us but you were still bicycling all the way in the wind!!!!

  5. T. Blauvelt says:

    Awesome! I love bike riding and poems about bike riding. 😀

  6. Paul says:

    There’s enough melt in my neck of the woods to start riding; spring break next week will be my first ventures out onto the roads and trails. Love the concept of this; a great form poem to use in class! Nice slice! 🙂

  7. Ruth says:

    You’re just all kinds of awesome. I love that you wrote a poem. I just had to read it out loud. The words tickled my tongue.

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