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Onomatopoeia Poems for Teenagers

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Onomatopoeia Poems for Teenagers

  1. 1. Onomatopoeia Poems for Teenagers <click here> to GO The Poems as seen on TV shows
  2. 2. • “The Bells” by Edgar Allen Poe (1809 – 1849), poem in the public domain, does contain some onomatapoeia.
  3. 3. • Yet the ear, it fully knows, • By the twanging, • And the clanging, • How the danger ebbs and flows; • Yet the ear distinctly tells, • In the jangling, • And the wrangling, • How the danger sinks and swells, • By the sinking or the swelling in the anger of the bells - • Of the bells...
  4. 4. ANOTHER ONOMATOPOEIA POEM… • Buzz goes the bee • Toot goes the horn • Moo goes the cow • Tweet goes the bird • Galumph goes the Jabberwock
  5. 5. Onomatopoeia Poems for Teenagers <click here> to GO The Poems as seen on TV shows

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