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  1. Poetry PowerPoint

  2. Life and death Life loves Death They are like parents Of all things Life nurtures the young Then death takes them To a better place To be free As we are free When we are adults Life loves Death And Death Loves Life

  3. Simile-compares two things using like or as. Hockey Hockey is like reading Y ou get into it and then you neverwant to stopY ou feel like you're in a different world.Hockey is like school You have to do your work andyou have to practice or you will get an "F"Hockey is like math You get stronger and before you know it You're getting an "A"Your scoring goals Now that'sHockey!

  4. Under the Moon The moon is like a pearl It is as beautiful as a beautiful girl And shines bright Like a spotlight In the night It glows when in sight Though it may cause fright I think that I might Be in love With the beautiful moon above

  5. Onomatopoeia-sounds Boom!Went the foodtrays. Clap! Clap!Goes the teacher.Rip! Went the plastic bag.Munch! Munch!Go the students.Slurp!!!Went the straws.WhisperIs what half the kidsin the roomare doing.Crunch! Crunch!gothe candy bars.

  6. A Day at the Beach Splish splash Went the children in the water Crunch crunch Went sand under there feet ha ha Went all of them What a wonderful day at the beach

  7. Alliteration-words that start with the same sound Caring Cats Caring cats cascade offLaughing lamas Lounging.Underneath yelling yaks,Yelling at roamingRats.

  8. Laughing lions Laughing lions loped after Gay gazelles Getting Grass from a Gully As giant giraffes Jumped into the water

  9. Personification-giving things human-like caracteristics VELVET Velvet remembershow it wrapped aroundme.Keeping me warmon a snowy day.Velvet remembershow it laid softly on my bed.Velvet tells me notto forgetit.

  10. Wind is angry The wind screams as it blows It can destroy All in its path And if you Do not respect this You Will surely Be killed

  11. Repetition- Inside the oceanI see fish.Inside the wavesI hear a splash.Inside the waterI felt a fish.It seems so big,as big as a whale.It has to be,But then I see,It's a tuna fish.

  12. Dinosaurs On the Earth There were dinosaurs In the water There were dinosaurs Underground There were dinosaurs On another planet I hope That there will be Dinosaurs

  13. Parodox NIGHT REMEMBERS LIGHT Night remembers the light of anewborn star.Night remembers how he heldthe littlestar, And now you can seethe star,Much bigger nowfor now it is the sun.

  14. Life and death Life loves Death They are like parents Of all things Life nurtures the young Then death takes them To a better place To be free As we are free When we are adults Life loves Death And Death Loves Life

  15. Metaphor- figure of speech used to descibe something My life is a dream,like a tiger wakingup from her deep sleep.My life is likea dream,it's alluptome,the treesarepurple,thestarstalkawaythe night,themoaning moonlightsup the sky.

  16. The sun The sun is life It makes everything Grow Without it we would Die It helps the plants Grow There is probably Deeper meaning But I can’t find it

  17. Symbolism-The subject stands for something else that has a greater meaning. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveler, long I stoodAnd looked down one as far as I couldTo where it bent in the undergrowth.Then took the other, as just as fair,And having perhaps the better claim,Because it was grassy and wanted wear;Though as for that the passing thereHad worn them really about the same.And both that morning equally layIn leaves no step had trodden black.Oh, I kept the first for another day!Yet knowing how way leads on to way,I doubted if I should ever come back.I shall be telling this with a sighSomewhere ages and ages hence:Two roads diverged in a wood, and I--I took the one less traveled by,And that has made all the difference.

  18. Liberty The statue of liberty Is the signal To all, Men and Women