Alliteration Poem - Insects

by • January 25, 2010 • Alliteration Poems, Children Poems, Insect Poems, Nature PoemsComments (9)12316

Alliteration Poem – Insects

Alliteration poem – Insects

Alliteration poem for kids about insects.
Insects and nurture have been always the inspiration for kids to write poetry, Alliteration is used often in everyday language, in poetry, and in creative writing

Intelligent insects

Fascinating Fireflies fly far away in the forest
Beautiful Butterflies being bright and blissful
Strange Spiders spun silky, silvery webs
Brave Bombardier beetle being bossy
Dynamic Dragonflies domineering during the day
Bristly Busy bees buzzing being bothering
Awesome Ants are absolutely adorable
Funny Flies flying fast and furiously
Lovely Ladybirds like living in a lawn
Green Grasshoppers gobbling green grass
Summarily Sawfly’s sway swiftly
Weird whispering Wasps working without worries
Measly mean Mosquitoes mostly misbehaving
Impressive intelligent insects Involving intensively into-earth!

© 2010 Marinela Reka

Related Posts

9 Responses to Alliteration Poem – Insects

  1. Stephanie says:

    Great site you have here….I like the look and you are such a prolific poet!

  2. Marinela says:

    Stephanie, Thank you for your wonderful comment.I am so glad you liked my poems and my site =]

  3. I was reading this for the second time and it occurred to me that this poem would make a great (illustrated) children’s book!

  4. Marinela says:

    Thanks cna

    Melissa thank you for spending time to give your opinion about the poem, I really appreciate your time 🙂

    Marinela x x

  5. Crystal Stillwagoner says:

    I love your website. Today my sixth grade class looked at some of your poetry for examples of alliteration. They really enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing:)

  6. Bratoth says:

    Sumptuos scrumdid sonorous song splendidly cited!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *