Our world in poems By: Miss Hoke’s 3rd grade class By: Miss Hoke’s 3rd grade class
We have studied 5 types of poetry: haikus, acrostics, cinquains, couplets, and ballad stanzas Out of our 17 students. . . 2 like haikus the best! 3 like acrostic poems the best! 4 like cinquains the best! 4 like couplets the best! 4 like ballad stanzas the best! We hope you’ll enjoy the following poems we wrote! Which type of poetry is your favorite?
“Maze of Mirrors” A ballad stanza by Will I was in a maze of mirrors To think of all the places! I’m in a maze of mirrors With lots and lots of faces!
“My Dog” A cinquain by Sarah Francis Dog cute, fun playing, running, barking Love her a lot!
“A Big Hot Dog Bun” A couplet poem by William I found a big hot dog bun That I will roast in the sun.
“Friend” A cinquain by Rae Evelyn Friend fun, creative playing, creating, joking We love to play! Sarah Francis
“May” A haiku by Matt May can be so fun So run in the cold sprinkler Fun is in the sun!
“Books” A couplet by: Rachel Reading books is the thing to do, thick ones, skinny ones, small ones too. Come on! Dive into a book with me today, we’ll go for hours and we’ll go far away. Books are wonderful, books are great, they are secret worlds waiting for you to open their gate!
“Art” A cinquain by Gram Artist awesome,fun creating,coloring,sketching I lovetodraw! PenandInk
“Melanie” A cinquain By: Emily Melanie Charming, Beautiful Loving, Exercising, Caring She is so awesome Friend
“Softball” A ballad stanza by Michelle It’s the big game. I think I’m going to miss- But then I just say to myself, “I can do this!”
“Dogs” An acrostic poem by Bess
“Dance” A couplet by Mary Margaret I’m in trance of how to dance. I don’t mop- I do Hip-Hop. Lastly for me, that is all I need.