Fifth graders have been learning about The Great Depression and reading Bud, Not Buddy. As part of their investigation of the effects of The Great Depression on the lives of ordinary people, we examined photographs by Dorothea Lange. Students worked in groups to choose a photograph, analyze it, and then brainstorm powerful words and phrases that would create images for readers and help them feel the emotions of the people in the photo. With their brainstorm results in hand, students came back together to write a poem in many voices. Each poem captures the point of view of the people in the photograph, and includes a repeated refrain. The poems also include individual lines and lines that students read together. After rehearsing, students used the iMovie app to record their voices, and I put the shorter films together into one longer class movie.