Sea MonstersThey are creatures from the past and presentThere are from the top of the food chainThey slither and swim in the sea for preyThey have sharp teeth that bites anythingWhen they ﬁnd their prey they are mercilessThey creep up their prey and bites it in half.
Reﬂection• I used a poetry door: poetry heart.• When I was writing other poems this poem just came into my mind.• The poem was easy to write.
Skydiving...He jumps of the plane and enters the skyAnd falls down fast like the windGliding in the airAnd he pulled the parachuteBut it was jammed stuck like superglueHe fell down in the middle of the deep blue seaAnd was bit by a sea snakeWhich ended his misery
Reﬂection• I used similes for this poem• This poem I wrote came from my friend’s anthology which was about sports, there was a poem called skydiving, I used that idea and changed the words.• This poem was was a bit hard.
Fish FoodThere once was a girl who was dumbWho had a very big bumShe swam with a sharkAnd it ate her heartSo she sunk dead on her bum.
Reﬂection• This was a rhyming poem.• I was looking at a rhyming dictionary and I came up with this poem.• This poem was easy.• When I changed the anthology title In had to change a few words.
More Fish FoodHe jumps of the boat into the oceanDiving and diving in the seaHe was too happy to notice anythingNot even the sea monster behind himIt bit him in two and it ate him
Reﬂection• This is a freeverse poem• This was a poem is like the poem ﬁsh food so it was more ﬁsh food
SuicideThere was a man who wanted to die ! Help MeHe jumped of a cliff and said goodbyeAnd then he landed in the seaHe was so scared he had to peeAnd true to his wish he died
Reﬂection• This was a rhyming poem• It is was easy
Ending ReﬂectionI think that improved at poetry writing andrhyming.
Attribution All images used under Creative CommonsSea snake: Jan Messersmithhttp://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/24966179@N00/434414472/Great white shark: Scotthttp://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/64603444@N00/120038229/Mosasaur (Taniwha Reef):Traumadorhttp://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/67904692@N00/4161163139/Shark: Richard Linghttp://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/82825649@N00/2669477428/3D Human: Name Unavailablehttp://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/40780016@N02/3915514014/