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The Desert Poetry The Desert Poetry Presentation Transcript

  • The Desert Five Senses Poetry by 5B
  • The Desert by Sameer Nathani
    • A barren, desolate wasteland finds a desert.
    • Silent and still are the sands,
    • With a whistling at night.
    • It feels swelteringly hot and blistering like the inside of an oven.
    • It smells like sweating, stinking bodies and human faeces that collect in canals.
    • Dry, sandy grit forms a nauseus taste in my mouth.
    • The air is thick with heat and dirt.
    • Crawling lizards and rattlesnakes rear their ugly heads on the wheat-coloured sand.
  • The Desert by Ireh Kim
    • Whoosh! It sounds like wind and sand blowing.
    • It feels like all the insects are sticking to my skin.
    • It smells like putrid, rotting fish and dead animals.
    • It tastes like garins of sand sticking to my tongue.
    • The desert uis a hoprrible and lonely place.
    • It is emptiness.
  • The Desert by Jin Hee Kim
    • The desert is scary.
    • It sounds like running, dangerous creatures on stones.
    • It feels hot like the earth; it burns with fire.
    • It smells like a black eagle’s body that has been killed and left to rot.
    • AIt tastes like bitter medicine without water.
    • The desert is scary and wide to walk.
  • The Desert by Ji Ho Park
    • The desert is bright.
    • It sounds like thousands of ants giggling.
    • It feels like a strong, scratchy wind.
    • It smells kike rancid, putiried flesh.
    • It tastes dry and salty.
    • The desert is bright but it sees into the eyes.
  • The Desert byJoel Mak
    • The hot and scary desert is as yellow as the sun.
    • I can see vultures in the bright sky looking for dying animals.
    • It’s as lonely and quiet as the North Pole.
    • It smells like dead animals waiting to be eaten by those dangerous vultures.
    • It tastes like sand grit.
    • It feels nasty.
    • What I do know is that I’m far from home.
  • The Desert by Da Sol Lee
    • The desert is vast.
    • The desert feels scary and forlorn.
    • The desert tastes like decomposed meat.
    • The desert sounds piercing like a woman screaming.
    • The desert smells like a stinking toilet.
    • The desert is as yellow and sour as an over-ripe lemon.
  • The Desert by Hee Won Bang
    • The desert is endless.
    • It sounds like an owl’s hooting at night when everything else is asleep.
    • It feels like a person’s crisp lip who hasn’t drunken for a week.
    • It smells like blazing leaves.
    • It tastes like the yolk of a boiled egg.
    • The desert is endless but it shows us cool nature.
  • The Desert by Gaby Darmawan
    • The desert is nasty.
    • It is hot, humid and boiling,
    • Like dried, dead grass.
    • It tastes like old rotten bread.
    • If that is not enough,
    • The rattling sounds of yellow spotted lizards
    • Definitely will drive you away.
  • The Desert by Fidelia Franto-Fong
    • The desert is humid.
    • The desert is as dry as your parched mouth.
    • The desert is as sandy as your playground at your school.
    • The desert is as hard as a pyramid.
    • The desert is hot, but it is part of the world.
  • The Desert by Soo Jung Kim
    • The desert is like a playground.
    • It sounds like the wind roaring at me.
    • It feels like a house on fire.
    • It smells like rotten eggs.
    • It tastes like food that has gone bad.
    • And I never want to go there.
  • The Desert by Lennart Mak
    • The desert is as yellow as egg yolk.
    • It tastes like slimy mud.
    • It looks like a never-ending sun.
    • It sounds like fire crackling next to you.
    • It smells like dead animals.
  • The Desert by Giomino Wadjaja
    • The desert is hot.
    • It sounds like the rustling of leaves.
    • It feels windy after the sunset.
    • It smells like smoke.
    • It tastes like the fried fish in a restaurant.
    • The desert is barren but beautiful.
  • The Desert by Jonathan Sulindro
    • It looks like a dehydrated place.
    • It tastes like sour lemons.
    • It feels as burning as the sun.
    • It smells like there is no atmosphere.
    • It sounds like the steaming, scorching wind flowing by.
  • The Desert by Jaya Riley
    • The blistering heat is burning my feet.
    • It smells like vomit.
    • It feels like a boiling pot.
    • It looks like a burnt, barren wasteland.
    • It sounds like a ghost town.
    • The sand is like rotten cheese.