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  • Pomme’s Poems
  • Pomme’s PoemsPoems about nature
  • NatureClear
blue
oceansand
rolling
wavesTraveling
100,000,000
kilometersto
a
far
beyond
landwith
sparkling
emerald
green
grassthen
hearing
a
shriek
across
the
landstraveling
for
the
cloudy
blue
skiesinto
the
landthat
human
never
discovered

  • ResponseThe
tool
I
used
for
this
one
was
turning
a
story
in
to
a
poem.The
thoughts
I
had
about
this
poem
wasn’t
really
clear...
I
didn’t
really
know
how
I
started
writing
this
poem,
words
just
suddenly
popped
in
head.
It
was
quite
hard
to
end
the
poem
because
nothing
seemed
to
fit
with
the
beginning
of
the
poem
and
it
didn’t
fit
the
theme
either.
  • The TreeIn
the
dry fieldIs
a
dry
tree“the
tree”as
dry
as
crunchy
leaves
in
fall
  • ResponseThis
poem
used
a
simile.
I
got
the
idea
for
this
poem
when
Mrs.
Melhorn
showed
a
picture
that
had
a
dry
tree
in
it
and
told
us
to
write
a
poem
about
it.
It
was
hard
to
write
because
I
couldn’t
find
the
right
words
and
the
second
paragraph
(it’s
not
in
here
because
I
deleted
it,
but
you
can
find
it
on
www.blogs.isb.ac.th/pomt).
  • CheetahFaster
than
humanFaster
than
an
ostrichBut
not
faster
than
a
carBOOM!A
bulletRun
fast!Run
fast!too
late...
  • ResponseI
got
the
idea
of
this
poem
from
watching
National
Geographic
at
home
when
I
saw
a
car
chasing
a
lion.
The
tools
I
used
for
this
poem
is
image
poem
and
repetition.
  • Elephant in Pain“Elephant
in
pain”been
tortured
againthis
time
they
winwith
grins
on
their
faceshappy
with
their
meatThe
father
so
angrywanting
to
crush
themand
another
is
dead...
  • ResponseThis
is
sort
of
the
same
type
poem
as
the
“Cheetah”
one.
It
was
written
in
the
same
style
(hunting
animals
and
world
issues
door)
as
the
other
one.
The
reason
I
wanted
to
write
two
was
because
I
just
wanted
to
write
about
the
shooter
and
the
animal
that
was
shot.
How
it
felt
for
the
shooter
and
how
it
felt
for
the
animal
shot.
  • Icicles s”Fancy
little
“i






















































 c e i l changing
from
the
icy
cavesCrystal
clear
of




































dropletsfalling
from
the
icy
thorns
  • ResponseI
got
the
idea
of
this
poem
when
my
brother
was
talking
to
his
friend
about
their
science
project
and
then
I
got
the
ideas
of
icicles
and
decided
to
write
about
it.I
couldn’t
think
of
any
words
for
the
poem,
so
searched
the
internet
for
a
picture
of
an
icicle
and
started
writing
the
poem
by
describing
the
picture
(it’s
not
the
same
picture
as
the
one
on
beside
the
poem).
  • The EagleSoaring
through
the
sunny
skywith
his
SHARP
eagle
eyesChasing
for
some
meatWith
a
swoop
a
rat
is
now
gone
  • ResponseThe
tools
I
used
for
this
poem
was
the
6
room
poem.I
got
the
ideas
of
this
poem
when
I
was
in
America
and
he
was
tying
to
scare
me
from
saying
that
there
would
be
an
eagle
that
would
swoop
down
from
the
sky
and
would
eat
me.
  • Image Attribution*http://www.flickr.com/photos/14838182@N00/2136504982/
(maistora)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/14665421@N00/5407823812/
(jasohill)http://www.flickr.com/photos/8070463@N03/4151612510/
(Tambako
the
Jaguar)http://www.flickr.com/photos/75544898@N00/3413439054/
(Janie)http://www.flickr.com/photos/80835774@N00/4524831830/
(Picture
Taker
2)*If
not
listed,
the
photos
are
owned
by
me
  • ReflectionI
chose
“nature”
to
be
the
theme
of
my
poem
anthology
because
it
was
one
of
the
words
in
my
heart.I
think
that
I
have
improved
my
poetry
skills
a
lot
since
4th
grade,
probably
because
I
wrote
the
a
lot
of
poems
this
year.If
I
could
do
this
anthology
again
or
if
I
had
more
time,
I
would
make
the
line
breaks
more
interesting
and
use
better
choice
of
words
that
would
grab
the
reader’s
attention.