Alliteration Onomatopoeia Poems

by • February 15, 2011 • Alliteration Poems, Animal Poems, Children Poems, Kids Poetry, Most Popular Posts, Onomatopoeia Poems, Triplet PoemsComments (25)84255

Alliteration Onomatopoeia Poems

Alliteration Onomatopoeia Poems

Alliteration Onomatopoeia Poems

A poem with onomatopoeia for kids. Onomatopoeia is the figurative therm for words that, when spoken aloud, imitates the sound it produces.  Examples of Onomatopoeia in wildlife

Wondrous wildlife

Proud penguins
Walking wobbling
Swimming splashing

Divine dolphins
Performing playing
Spinning swiftly

Sleek seals
Dipping diving
Strolling slowly

Wrinkly walrus
Diving dropping
Slipping sliding

Precious polar bear
Wickedly white
Stalks seals slowly

© 2010 Marinela Reka

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25 Responses to Alliteration Onomatopoeia Poems

  1. This is such a fun poem.

    Excellent job

  2. DCW says:

    Marinela calls me proud
    My walk is wonky
    My squawks are loud

    My formal suit is just a sham
    It hides the clown that’s really me
    But who can blame me for the glam
    Take the elegance and fun for free

    Pink Win

  3. Jewel Allen says:

    Simple and playful! I love the sly ending. 🙂

    Congratulatons on such a wonderful collection of poetry!

  4. Hello again and thanks for visiting me so that I could come read this sweet poem. The new “man” in my life is much in love with the movie “Happy Feet”. **kisses** Deb

  5. Petty Witter says:

    Such fun. I also think that penguins look so proud -its good to know I’m not the only one.

  6. Aleza says:

    This is fun to read. It is fun to read out loud too! Love the way you put this together!! Nice work! I would love to be swimming, splashing right about now!

  7. Leslie White says:

    I really like reading this one aloud, Marinela. It is just fun. Written like this, I also see vivid pictures, in my mind, of each animal. Good one!

  8. Windowlad says:

    ..oh, a most enjoyable read… you rhymed those words with so much ease and bliss… good day!!!^^

  9. Mary333 says:

    I love your poems! I’m amazed at how many poems you’ve written since you were little. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it and I can tell that you cherish this gift that God has given you. I especially enjoyed your inspirational poems and your riddle poems 🙂

  10. What a delight. I read that you’ve been writing poetry since you were six!! Me, too…finally, at 65, I published my first book, “Life’s Journey” – available on

  11. Pietro says:

    Lovely images in your poem, Marinela!
    Have a pleasant day!

  12. Jane Doe says:

    What a fun poem! Very cute!

  13. Debbie Adams says:

    I really enjoyed reading this poem. It brings my mind on the sea; a place I love to be. Very well written, Marinela!

  14. Eileen says:

    Cute poem! Fun and playful!

  15. JamieDedes says:

    Lots of fun here. Your love of nature shows. Bravo! 🙂

  16. Jennifer says:

    I enjoy your poems! So glad I am now aware of your site.

  17. Mercy says:

    My daughters (4 and 8) loved this. Great job!

  18. Leslie White says:

    I love it that you call the polar bear precious, because they are right now. Beautiful poem, Marinela!

  19. Brian says:

    What a delight to read through your works, this poem particularly. My first visit here – and I’m glad! You have a wonderful gift.

  20. Mike Faser says:

    this is extreme

  21. Filthy Frank says:

    Choo choo train

  22. patrycja says:

    I’m smiling after read it. I really like your writing style. You are funny girl.

  23. Marla C. Papango says:

    Hi! Can I use your poem for a lesson exemplar I am writing? It will be published but for non commercial purposes. It will be used solely for teacher training and teaching.
    Thank you very much!

  24. Marinela says:

    Hi Marla. You can use it, with my copyright!
    Thank you

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