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Kara's Poems

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    • 1. Anthology Ordinary objectsBy ^tÜt
    • 2. _xÅÉÇtwx Sour, sweet, Large, petite, Torture, treat,This is what I like to eat. A hint of mint, A bit of lime,It only costs one dime.
    • 3. ReflectionI was inspired to write “Lemonade”because, when I was little I wanted tohave a lemonade stand. I used rhymein this poem. I chose to write in rhymebecause , poems that rhyme draw mein. This poem really, how should I putit? Flowed to me.
    • 4. MagnetMagnet sticking on the wallI wonder why it’s there at all.Blue, yellow, white,It’s such a pretty sight.Purple, orange, red,The image has embedded it self inside myhead.Magnet sticking on the wallI wonder why it’s there at all.
    • 5. ReflectionI was inspired to write “Magnet” because, Ihave a lot of magnets in my house. I alsothink magnets are really fun. I used rhymeand repetition. I used both these toolsbecause they draw me in. This poem tooksome thinking.
    • 6. BookA book is like a brick, hard andempty.But when you open it, it’s like opening adoor to a new world.Once you start you can’t stop, you’rehooked until the last page.Then the Åtz|v is over.The book is like a brick, hard and empty.
    • 7. ReflectionI was inspired to write the poem “Book”because, I love to read. The poem alsodescribes how I feel. I used observationsabout books. This poem flowed to me aswell.
    • 8. DoorMetal, wood, oak,Eat a door it’ll make you choke.Timber, iron, straw,Then again you can’t eat adoor raw.
    • 9. ReflectionI was inspired to write “door” because, There’ssomething mysterious about doors, you open them andyou don’t know were they’ll lead. I used rhyme AGAINbecause it draws me in.
    • 10. BirdI singI flyI playI roostI sleepI cryWhat am I?A bird!
    • 11. ReflectionI was inspired to write “Bird” because, I hearbirds every day. I wonder what kind of birds theyare. I don’t know why I rhymed at the end, thispoem just came to me randomly.
    • 12. Attribution for imagesLemonade: By FloodKoff http://www.flickr.com/photos/15560644@N03/2461218533/Magnet: By stefan http://www.flickr.com/photos/49462908@N00/4429614489/Book: By Zitona http://www.flickr.com/photos/66548401@N00/4053097146/Door: By Jerrycharlotte http://www.flickr.com/photos/23961199@N05/3261190647/Bird: By Danny Perez photography http://www.flickr.com/photos/66238250@N00/470823494/
    • 13. My Anthology ReflectionI wanted to write poems about ordinaryobjects because, I knew that I wouldhave a lot of choice when writing aboutordinary objects. I learned as a poetrywriter I prefer silly poems that rhyme.
    • 14. The EndThank you for looking atmy anthology!!!

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