Cinquain Alliteration Poems

by • December 11, 2013 • Alliteration Poems, Children Poems, Cinquain Poems, Most Popular Posts, Nature Poems, Winter PoemsComments (5)47817

Alliteration poems and cinquains

Alliteration Poems – Cinquains

Alliteration Poems – Cinquains – Winter Poems

A beautiful alliteration poem for children about the season of winter

Sparking snowflakes

Silver, soft
Slipping, sparking, spinning,
Swaying silently so skilfully

White Winter

White, wintry
Whirling, worrying, watching
Whooshing wild wind whistles

Frosty February

Frosty, foggy
Freezing, flurrying, falling
Frozen flakes flying furiously

©2013 Marinela Reka

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5 Responses to Alliteration poems and cinquains

  1. Tracy Terry says:

    Yet something I have learnt. I have of course seen verse written like this but I had no idea they were known as alliteration poems.

  2. Tracy Terry says:

    Whoops! That of course should have read Yet something else I have learnt

  3. beeblu says:

    Love the sibilant Snowflake poem. We don’t experience this kind of winter, so it stirs the imagination. Lovely 🙂

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