rooftops

March 1st, 2017 | 51 Entries

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51 Entries for “rooftops”

  1. Rooftops are hard to change. When we had to get our roof redone last summer it was very hot. I remember the people had to wear knee opads to make sure they didnt burn themselves. it was so

    By Macy Weeks on 03.02.2017

  2. The rooftop is where I like to rest. I climb out my window and I lie on the rooftop. My rooftop is higher than them all. So I can look at other peoples rooftops. I love staying on my rooftop and feeling the warm sun on my skin.

    By Wendy URL on 03.02.2017

  3. She clambered up onto the rooftop and started sprinting. The connected odd roofs jutting out of the homes were perfect to escape. Just as long as she could run one more mile. Just one.

    By Payton URL on 03.02.2017

  4. I stood at the edge of the rooftop, looking down, hearing my heart drum in my ears. I glistened from sweat, or maybe it’s my pregnancy glow. I can’t do it. I can’t be a wife, let alone a mother. I need an out from it all.

    I dangled one foot off the rooftop.

    By SA on 03.02.2017

  5. It would be amazing to watch down from a tall building’s rooftops. There we can learn. We can learn about how an abstract view would look like. How a decision could be made in a wholesome way.

    By Jack on 03.02.2017

  6. the rooftops dribble water down below onto surfaces both alive and not. this free verse splatters it’s reign on all its subjects.

    By a false terl URL on 03.02.2017

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  8. Jumping from one building to the other.
    Glancing below,
    As you fly in between.
    Seeing silhouettes of people,
    Appreciating how far away you are.
    As you get distracted,
    You slip,
    And tumble off the rooftops back to reality.

    By Mabel Robson URL on 03.02.2017

  9. I stood at the edge of the rooftop, looking down, hearing my heart drum in my ears. I glistened from sweat, or maybe it’s my pregnancy glow. I can’t do it. I can’t be a wife, let alone a mother. I need an out from it all.

    I dangled one foot off the rooftop.

    By Summer Air URL on 03.02.2017

  10. We, me and my mom, sat on the roof top staring out at the sunset. In aw of the natural beauty. everything seemed great until, and it got dark the bears and the bats came out.

    By jaylen on 03.02.2017

  11. From our house, you can’t see the rooftops of other houses because ours is pretty low to the ground. But one time, a friend of mine told me that when you’re really rich, you can see the tops of everyone’s houses almost in the whole world. She showed me a picture of a place that’s in New York City, a place where someone really rich lives. This person has a balcony, and if you stand there, you can look over all of New York and see everything there is to see. You see the tops of the trees and the sky, and the other buildings where people who don’t have as much money as you do live. The ones who are rich, but not as rich as you, have places near to the height of you, but not really. I was thinking how much it must bother them to be so rich, they can see all the things they do. But not rich enough to be higher up than everyone else. You think about these people and wonder what would ever make them happy. And you hope that you never become like them. If you’re lucky, you don’t. That’s what I think. But some people think that if if you’re lucky, you do. They have a lot to learn, don’t you think?

    By rubyluby URL on 03.02.2017