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This is an example of a linked poem to show my students.

This is an example of a linked poem to show my students.

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  • A poem project By Mr. Hodgson Writing Writing Acrostic Nonsense Concrete Couplets
  • Concrete Poem Click on the poem to move to another poem. Click on the poem to move to another poem.
  • Nonsense Poem A pen! Oh when will I have my laptop again I find the act of writing by hand to be hard as if my words were caught blend-er but then, once again, I turn to my trusty computer whose keys are like friends.
  • Couplets The stories I tell are of wonderful places I write with precision so you see the faces of characters who live there in my imagination and fill me with deep and wonderful fascination
  • Acrostic Poem P ossibilities of poems O ften get tangled and E ntry into this writing can be T ough unless you're R eady to let the words dance off Y our tongue.
  • Thank you I hope you have enjoyed the poems that I put into motion And I also hope that the linking hasn’t caused a commotion And made you confused about what you have read But this the way that words come out of my head! -- Mr. H