Sacagawea (by Sebastian M.)

by Sebastian M.

Sacagawea was a very vital part of the Louis and Clark Expedition 
She helped find berries and edible roots on this mission 
They would have not made it without her 
From Sacagawea a lot they learned 
With a baby at her side from the age of sixteen, 
Her husband Charbonneau’s tribe named the baby Pompy 
Many hardships and difficulties she faced, 
Such as illness, starvation, and freezing cold places 
Sadness and depression filled the air, 
Until Sacagawea and Pompy danced with cheer 
With the journey close to ending 
Everyone excited came together like as one, a team united