Pencil Sharpener: A Personification Poem
By Dalvin and Aaron
I have teeth that gobble up pencil lead
I make the sound of a person chewing carrots
I have an arm like a pitcher
winding up in baseball-
ready to sharpen!
My pencil sharpener holder
throws up the shavings
like a person with an upset stomach.
I have 8 mouths like a monster
eating up pencils and grinding them up
The pencil sharpener says, â€œIâ€™M HUNGRY! GIVE ME MORE!!!â€Filed under Personification Poems | Comments (5)
Snowplow: A Personification Poem
By Serena and Natalie
I split out salt like a salt shaker.
I clean snow like a cleaning lady.
I sweep it aside,
Making little mountains of snow
for kids to jump in.
I am like a broom-
My job is to sweep up the snowy mess.
Once Iâ€™m done, the streets are clear
And kids can back to school.
I am a snowplow.Filed under Personification Poems | Comment (1)
Stapler: A Personification Poem
By Cris, Manny and Jessica
I can stitch paper together
Like a doctor stitching patients.
I have sharp, metal teeth
That bite through the paper.
I eat lots of paper at one time
Like a baby shoving Cheerios in his mouth.
I am a stapler.Filed under Personification Poems | Comments (3)
Vacuum: A Personification Poem
By James, Samantha, Atesh, and Xavier
A vacuum is like a cleaning lady robot.
A vacuum is like Danny Tanner on Full House saying,
â€œDonâ€™t walk on the carpet! I just finished cleaning!â€
It munches and gobbles up crumbs and dust bunnies!
Growling at dirt
Plug me in and watch me go!Filed under Personification Poems | Comments (3)