HAPPY NATIONAL POETRY MONTH FROM THE STUDENTS IN MS. CRISTELLA’S CLASS!
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“Keep a poem in your pocket
And a picture in your head
And youâ€™ll never feel lonely
At night when youâ€™re in bed.
The little poem will sing to you
The little picture bring to you
A dozen dreams to dance to you
At night when youâ€™re in bed.”Filed under Memoirs | Comment (1)
A Personification Poem By Willa, Leslie, Malik, Jimmy
The lawnmower chomps up grass
and gulps it down.
â€œI want more!â€
â€œI have no food in my empty tummy!â€
â€œI want more food!â€
It has a long nose like an anteater
which it sniffs up long grass with.
â€œVrrrooom, sniff, vrrrrooom, sniff!â€
It runs really fast
down the front and back lawn.
Vroom, vroom- racing like a roller skater.
It angrily steps on flowers
and when it leaves the flowers are gone.
Itâ€™s a clear, empty field or plain.
When it leaves
the tall grass is gone
and in its place thereâ€™s short, fresh, new lawn!
A Personification Poem By Elina, Noel, Chris, Jared
It cleans up the streets
like people on Earth Day.
like a hungry stomach.
It gulps snowâ€¦
like neighbors in fall.
It has a big, yellow snout
like a monster.
â€œHUNGRY FOR MORE!â€ says the snowplow.Filed under Christian, Elina, Jared, Noel, Personification Poems | Comments (3)
A Personification Poem By Brianna, Will, Chris
Uuuuummmmm! Iâ€™m hungry for dinner!
Someone please turn me on!
Finally! Iâ€™m on!
Iâ€™m sliding on the rug like an ice skater.
Iâ€™m looking for crumbs
Hunting and searching with my eagle eyes on the hunt.
Wait! There are some crumbs in the corner!
Please empty my stomach.
I need surgery!
A Personification Poem By Arianna and Payge
The pencil sharpener gulps up wood from the pencil.
Pencil sharpener wants more. â€œI WANT MORE!â€
The handle from the pencil sharpener rolls all around
Like a person somersaulting.
Pencil sharpener still isnâ€™t full.
I shake and gobble up more pencil shavings.
Now I am fullâ€¦ no more!
I spit it all out.
A Personification Poem By Lena and Samantha
â€œClick, clickâ€ goes the stapler
As it puts things together.
â€œMmmm, I want to staple more!â€
It releases itâ€™s babies,
â€œBye bye babies, I will miss you!â€
Its mouth chews on paper corners.
BOOM! Goes the stapler like a person stamping.
â€œMunch, munchâ€ donâ€™t get near my teeth!
An Onomatopoeia Poem by Will and Samantha
Clap, Clap goes Ms. Cristella
â€œTake out your word work notebook
and take home folder.â€
go the students feet to their cubbbies.
Ms. Cristella reads a story.
Mrs. Fischer calls, â€œBus One is here.â€
Feet in the hallways.
â€œAll the buses have been called.
Teachers please bring your bus cards down.â€