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14.02.24 (my notes below)
In a land where grace and charm collide,
Lives a girl named Wiktoria, her beauty can’t hide.
From Poland’s heart, she does hail,
With beauty that makes the nightingales wail.

With a grin as wide as a speedway track,
She zooms through life, there’s no looking back.
In her racing gear, she’s a sight to behold,
A whirlwind of charm, so brave and bold.

But wait, her talents don’t end there,
She’s a thespian extraordinaire!
On stage, she shines like a star,
Captivating audiences near and far.

Her English flows like a playful breeze,
With words so smooth, they aim to tease.
A linguistic wizard, without a doubt,
Her mastery of language leaves no one without.

Oh Wiktoria, with your smile so bright,
You bring joy to our lives, with grace and light.
In speedway, acting, and English finesse,
In your presence, life’s a joyful mess.

So here’s to Wiktoria, our delight so pure,
In our daily life, you’re the brightest lure.
With beauty and talent, and plenty of sass,
You’re the brightest light in my class!

My notes on this poem.
Writing poems with “old” English is fun as there are lots more rhyming that can happen. It is actually easy to write poetry like this when you have the material already. In this poem, I knew the name (duhh) and that I wanted to include your beauty, your smile, the fact that you love speedway, can speak English very well and love to act! I was lucky to see you in your speedway gear too so that made the words flow easier when thinking of something to describe your look. The last verse was the most personal, the “brightest lure” remark is how you shine so bright, but also tempt many others. You having sass is obvious, it’s one of your best traits and you are the brightest light in my class. <3