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Summary. Poem. Reaction. Message. Poem Reflection of “Poem’s Title”. By Steele Click on the highlighted words to go to different slides. Click on the smile in the bottom right hand corner to come back here. Poetry Techniques. Which Ghost?.

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poem reflection of poem s title

Summary

Poem

Reaction

Message

Poem Reflectionof “Poem’s Title”

By Steele

Click on the highlighted words to go to different slides.

Click on the smile in the bottom right hand corner to come back here.

Poetry Techniques

Which Ghost?

poem in waukesha wisconsin book don t bump the glump
Poem: “In Waukesha Wisconsin.”Book: Don’t Bump the Glump

In Waukesha Wisconsin.

You take quite a risk.

Whenever you go to the movies,

For there in the dark lurks the double toed Vark

And the man-eating Scale-Faced Scoovies.

There are gobbled eye ghorks

And slimy tailed Borks

And Hunchlings, and Broggy-Beaked Byzes

And Gumboons and grobs and globamabobs

And Creelzies of various sizes.

There are bony-backed Bleakes

And razor toothed kleeks

And wailes and glumpaching gorkle,

And the shivery shrieks from the gaitering geeks

Are worse than the snort of the Snorkle.

There are Glumgurds and Speem,

And the Grizimy’s scream

May awaken the foul-tempered Fisk

And the scale faced Scoovies that dwell in the movies

Right here in Waukesha Wisconsin.

summary of the poem
Summary of the Poem
  • The poem “In Waukesha Wisconsin” is about the movies. Or rather what is in the movies. There are a whole bunch monster in the movies like the doubled toed Vaark and the scale faced Scoovies.
my reaction to the poem
My Reaction to the Poem
  • This poem was really weird. I picked it partly because it was about Wisconsin but also because all of the pictures around it were interesting. I do have a question why did he call it In Waukesha, Wisconsin. It might have been because he grew up in Wisconsin. That was really weird.
which ghost represents my poem
Which ghost represents my poem?
  • I think this poem would be represented ghost #20 because it is really fun loving because of all of the made up words. Also because he might be just trying to be really funny. That’s why this poem is represented by ghost #20. #20 likes having fun because he is swinging on a rope.
author s emotion
Author’s Emotion
  • I think the author’s emotion is happy because of all of the silly words. Also because of all of the kid things like the rhyme, repetition, and imagery. “And the man eating Scale Faced Scoovies.” That’s why I think the author’s emotion is happy.
poetry techniques
Poetry Techniques
  • The first poetry technique is rhyming. Kleeks/Geeks.
  • The second poetry technique is Repetition. And, And, And, And……
  • The third poetry technique is imagery. The names of all of the monsters