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Poetry Project

By:Brianna Morales

Table of Contents

Poetry Dig
Poetry Dig Art
INtroduction Poem
Haiku Poem
Senryu Poem
Concrete Poem
Cinquian Poem
Number Poem
Limerick Poem
Free Verse Poem
Mythical Beats Poem
Pictorial Image of Poem
Doodle Poem
Two-tone Poem
Backward Poem
Poet Mini-Biography
Poerty Terms


In Winter I get up at night
And dress by yellow candle light.
In Summer,quite the other way,
I have to go to bed by day.

I have to go to bed and see
The birds still hopping on the tree,
Or hear the grown-up people's feet
Still going past me in the street.

And does it not seem hard to you,
When all the sky is clear and blue,
And I should like so much to play,
To have to go to bed by day?

 Bed In summer

By: Robert Louise Stevonson

Poerty Dig

Night and light-rhyme

The 2nd , 9th and 11th stanzas all start with the word "and" -repetition

I have to go to bed-refrain

Birds still hopping on the tree-imagery

The reason why I picked this poem was because it reminds me of how much fun it is when it's summer. It just shows that even though its like 100+ degrees, summer could also be really fun. As you are reading the poem, you can picture yourself in the setting.

Poerty Dig Art

Introduction Poem

Introduction Poem

I am thirteen years old.

I play soccer.

I ride horses.

My brother is playful.

We always get along. 

Time has always gone fast for me.

I have broken my arm twice.

My aunt has five children

I am Brianna Morales.

Very sunny day 

So hot I'm melting

So hot like lava.

Haiku Poem

Leaves fall 

from the big oak tree

as I sit ontop of the tall grass.

Senryu Poem



Concrete Poem






















A lovely sound


Is the greatest thing for people


Cinquian Poem





The taste overwhelms me,

sometimes it's hard to chew with braces,

but' at the end it's always worth it.


Number Poem

There once was a young girl named Cat

She was always afraid of being fat

Now everyday she goes to the gym

And trys to get slim

But before she can do so,she has to loose the butterfat.

Limerick Poem


It's a beautiful thing

We go outside and it's right there

But we do not seem to notice it

With trees growing all around us

Birds flying in the air

Flowers of many colors with sweet scents

Animals resting in the shade

Water flowing through rivers,lakes and oceans

Fish swimming in the flowing water

Forests growing high into the sky

We all must try to keep it safe

It's a beautiful thing


Free Verse Poem

Mythical Beast Poem

As I was getting ready to go outside

A big huge cracker that was, bigger than a skyscraper attacked me

It smelled worst than a sewage pipe

It was a gold fish cracker

It's beatty eyes,orange and cheesy smell

The gold fish sneezed cheddar cheese all over me

It was to sticky for me to get out and fight back

And I was too weak becuase I hate the smell of cheddar

It's cheddarness nibbled me to bits

The gold fish threatened to sneeze on me again

With all existing cheeses

It's cheddarness smell was like smelling gross socks

He took something out of his fin

And it was a bin

Of feathers to sneeze on me and as he was about to sneeze, I woke up and it was all a dream


Pictorial Image of Poetry

My picture includes: summer, water, cliff, sky, sycamore, cottage-ground, orchard tufts, unripe fruits, green hue, groves and copses, hedge-rows, wood run, pastoral farms, wreath of smoke and trees.

Doodle Poem 

Epitaph Poem

Here's to my pencil.

I lost it in Mrs.Edge's class.

You weren't as sharp as my other pencils.

That dullness and orageness

Along the side of you

You did'nt compare to my shiny pen

With it's skinny orange wood

That glares in the light

But I think of you every time I look at my shiny pen.


Two -Tone Poem

Some days I am sea blue

relaxed and peaceful,

I'm a light breeze

open for whatever lies ahead


Other days I am sun red

active and ready to go on an adventure

I'm another Indiana Jones

But, remember I'm always active and always have been


But watch out everyone,

             cause I'm feeling powerful today!

Backword Poem

Because I want to practice

Because I like to play

Because making a goal is awsome

Because the lessons are really neat

Because the coaches are totally cool.

I like soccer.

Blackout Poem

Name: Shel Silverstein 

Birth Date: September 25,1930

Birthplace;Chicago Illinois

He mostly composes poems with alliteration and rhyme.


Spaguatti, spaguetti, all over the place,

Up to my elbows-up to my face,

Over the carpet and under the chairs,

Into the hammock and wound round the stairs,

Filling the bathtub and covering the desk,

Making the sofa a mad mushy mess.



The party is ruined,I'm terribly worried,

The guest have all left (unless they're all buried).

I told them, "Bring presents." I said, 'Throw Confetti."

I guess they heard wrong

'Cause they all threw spaguetti!

Poet Mini-Biography

prose- Writing or speaking in the normal or ordinary form; it is arranged in sentences and paragraphs.


poerty- A piece of literature written in meter or verse.


literal- The standard meaning of a word.



figurative- Departure from the standard meaning of a word to achieve some special meaning or effect.



hyperbole- Great eggeration used to emphasize strong feeling. 



simile- A comparison of one thing with another by the use of the word “like” or “as.”



metaphor- A figure of speech in which a person, an object, or an idea is

imaginatively transformed. It may be suggested by comparison, but it need not be.



personification- Granting human attributes to things that are not human.



rhythm- Pattern of stressed and unstressed sounds in a line of poetry.


Poetry Terms

alliteration- The repition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words to produce a noticeable effect.


onomatopia- A word whose sound imitates the actual sound to which it refers, such as pop, sizzle,


imagery- The use of concrete details that appeal to the five senses.


cacophony- A succession of harsh, jolting sounds.


esphony- A succession of smooth, harmonious sounds.


assonance- The repetition of vowel sounds followed by unlike consonant sounds in stressed words or syllables.


consonance - The repetition of a sequence of two or more consonants, but with a change

in the vowels.

rhyme- The  repetition of word-ending sounds, specifically the repetition of accented

vowels sounds plus an succeeding sounds.

rhyme scheme- The pattern of rhymes in a stanza or poem.  It is identified by the letters of the alphabet.


internal rhyme- Rhyme that occurs within a line.


end rhyme- Rhyme that comes at the end of lines.


repitition - In poetry, to occur over and over again.


verse- Stanza line of poetry.


stanza- A grouping of the lines in a poem.


refrain- A word, phrase, line, or groups of lines repeated regularly in a poem, usually at the end of each stanza.