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By Ellla

Yellow, looking at something, white, black, day dreaming,

looks tired, nervous, looking hurt, confused

 

By Joey 

I can see the man sad

I can see a stick man in the ear

I can see dots near the man

I can see a big nose

There’s a small eye on the right and a big eye in the other

He looks suspicious.

 

By Michael

I

   feel

      selconcious,

         non-existent,

            and

               that

                  I

                    am

                 the

              image

           and

        he

      is

   the

speculating

   consiousness

      of

         the

            mind.

                I

                  feel

                like

             blackboard

          being

       wiped

    clean

  of

Reality…

 

By Pesi

What I see is a man with a big nose and

he got a lot of writings on his face and he is wearing a

tshirt it’s black and white and I can see a ring between

the nose

 

By Fanya

I can see that this person drew

a lot of lines. This person has a ring on top

of his moouth and on the bottom of his

mouth. This man is kind of sad. I can

see white colour under his eyebrow.

That person drew a line on his nose so it

looks like he’s wearing glasses. I can

see a road bump sign.

 

By Vy

I can see a stick figure wearing a hat. The only odd part is behind

his right eye. His right eye is shaded blue, unlike the others

being black and white. The man has lines.

 

By Ada

He looks punk with all his

peircings and with his yellow face

with a striped shirt that brings

out his face.

 

By Baillie

When I look at this picture I feel sad because

he looks lonely and upset. I think he needs some

friends and it makes me feel interested and confused.

 

By Mary

I can see a stick figure wearing a hat/ holding a flag

 

By Moussa

We see this man. He has no

money and nothing to eat.

He don’t have friends and

everyone hates him.

He is good but people can’t see it.

'What Can I See' Poems


By Students of Marrickville Public School

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