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Nature Poetry. Anthology Day 2. Pick 10 colors from the list below and describe an object that represents that color. EX: Ruby Red is a bouquet of “I’m Sorry” roses. Black Brown Orange Violet Plum Green blue red yellow Pink Gray gold silver white Tan Magenta olive teal mango maroon

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nature poetry

Nature Poetry

Anthology Day 2

color poem

Pick 10 colors from the list below and describe

an object that represents that color.

EX: Ruby Red is a bouquet of “I’m Sorry” roses.

Black Brown Orange Violet Plum

Green blue red yellow Pink

Gray gold silver white Tan

Magenta olive teal mango maroon

Copper purple lime turquoise

If you have other colors, feel free to use them.

Color Poem
listen to the sea

Choose a nature noun firm List A and pair It with a verb from List B – Then expand the idea to form a sentence. You will choose 6 pairs of word to expand

LIST A LIST B

Sun tells

Moon shows

Stars reminds

Sky listens

Sea remembers

Stone brings

Night looks

Mountain dances

Dawn dreams

Morning takes

River weeps

Listen to the Sea
cinquain

This is a five lined unrhymed poem divided by syllables. The pattern is:

Line 1 – 2 syllables

Line 2 – 4 Syllables

Line 3 – 6 Syllables

Line 4 – 8 syllables

Line 5 – 2 syllables

EX Winter

cold and dark

crystals of falling snow

fall against warm frosted windows

melting

Pick your favorite: season, month or holiday to describe

Cinquain
hidden messages

Directions for each natural element below, construct a sentence to “hide: the element.

EX: (MOUSE) I prefer to remain anonymous, especailly while I’m working.

EX: (SLEET) Snow lost energy ends treacherously

YOU will pick SIX element to hide from the list below:

LION WATER FIRE SNOW

BEAR HIPPO RAIN SUN

GNAT WINTER SPRING CAMEL

TIGER FALL BIRD CLOUD

Hidden messages