Five Senses PoetryHere is a simple, yet imaginative way to write a good poem. Think of an emotion or anabstract idea and t...
Wonderful World     I can see Trees and grass, The sun and sky;    I can tasteChocolate ice cream,     Apple pie;    I can...
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  1. 1. Five Senses PoetryHere is a simple, yet imaginative way to write a good poem. Think of an emotion or anabstract idea and then describe it by using your five senses. Examples of emotions orideas you might want to write about are: love, peace, happiness, beauty, boredom, envy,anger, hate, fear, etc. Read the examples below, think of your own original idea, and inno time you will be the author of a unique piece of poetry! • Make sure your poems reflect an understanding of the BIG IDEA and complete 2 of them as they are quite short.1. ProblemsProblems are black.They sound like children crying.They taste of castor oiland smell like spinach.They make you feel unwanted.2. EscapeBoredom has no color-it is invisible.It has no sound,and it tastes like garlic salt.Boredom smells like dust centuries old.Boredom feels like numbness.3. SatisfactionPeace is a rainbow of color.It smells like a rose,and it tastes like sugar.Peace sounds like a bluebirdand feels like a handshake.
  2. 2. Wonderful World I can see Trees and grass, The sun and sky; I can tasteChocolate ice cream, Apple pie; I can hear Music, laughter, Words you said; I can smell Perfume, flowers, Baking bread; I can touch Silk and velvet, A babys skin; What a wonderful World Im in! Eva Grant

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