By Anna Fischer http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/27594459@N04/5226907689/ Lime It has juice squirting out Out of it’s limey spout! Seeming like it’s going to Blind you! Bind you with it’s power.Over all types of green I know, I favor lime the most. Why?
Reﬂection for LimeThis poem came to me so naturally. I think it came tome like this because I really loved the color that I waswriting about, and I had lots of words to describe itwith, and many ways to picture it.The tools I used to write this poem were : Rhyme,metaphor, heart, and 6 room image poem.
Dark Dark green is A damp, weary forest. The green branches Are rough, like a quest But it sure isn’t the best When its a Dense, blackish green sheen. Because I’ve heard people went in, But never again were seen!By: Fred http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/78415063@N00/5062175008/
Reﬂection for DarkThis poem was a bit hard to write because I reallywanted to make it rhyme but it was hard to ﬁnd goodrhyming words for this topic.The tools I used for this poem were : Metaphor, 6room image poem, simile, heart
ForestThis type of green is like a pine tree waving it’s branches in the wind. You are pinnedin place, listening, and swaying to the rhythm of the forest-like greenness.
Reﬂection for ForestThis poem was quite easy because I took bits andpieces of the Dark poem and it had the same idea asthe Dark poem so it was pretty easy for me to write,considering the Dark poem. If I hadn’t had the Darkpoem to copy parts from, though, I would’ve had a hardtime writing this one.The tools I used for this poem were : Rhyme, heart,personiﬁcation, 6 room image poem.
Neon Bright like a light is neon green. Oh! So much Neon green has sheen. Blinking Winking Sinking Shrinking in the cominglight of the day.
Reﬂection for NeonThis poem was similar to the Lime poem because thisis probably my 2nd favorite color, so I had the samepath for this poem.The tools I used for this poem were : Simile, rhyme,heart, repetition, and personiﬁcation
Leaf Veins in the leaf are shining. Colors in the leaf are perplexing, Twisty, swirly and blinding. Turning, turning, perplexing you. They are blacking out your senses,forcing you not to hear a sound. They are telling you things in your mind. Like a comforting voice. As the color churns in your head you keep thinking About the way you saw that amazing, natural green.
Reﬂection for LeafThis poem was hard to write because I wanted to writea long poem, so that was a challenge for me, because Iusually write poems of average length.The tools I used were : Heart, rhyme, personiﬁcation,simile, repetition.
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Reﬂection for LightThis poem was really fun to write, because I enjoywriting poems that include a lot of rhyme. It’sinteresting to hear all the combinations.The tools I used for this poem were : Rhyme, simile,personiﬁcation, metaphor.
Reﬂection on my Anthology The reason I chose this theme was because I really like the color green, so I had a lot of good words to describe the diﬀerent types of green with! That enabled me to write great poems!