Learning through poetry

by • June 25, 2009 • Kids Poetry, Learning through poetryComments (7)3649

Learning through poetry

Learning through poetry

Learning through poetry

I do listen in English

Punctuation tells you when to breath
Similes help to compare
Personification makes you a human
Emotive language is when you care

Oxymoron is when you hate and love
Onomatopoeia is crash splash and bang
Formal is when you are posh
And informal is when you talk in slang

The opener is how you open a sentence
A description is saying you’re pretty slim and tall
Oh my gosh it’s simply amazing
I do listen in English after all

© 2007 Marinela Reka

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7 Responses to Learning through poetry

  1. Very funny! If your English teacher ever thought you didn’t listen, she might have been wrong! 😉

  2. tess pfeifer says:

    AWESOME!!! you are so talented.

  3. Thiago says:

    Wow, such interesting work from such a young source. Simple, in a way (a good one!), yet witty and unexpected at points.
    Not that one should judge books by their covers at all, but it still comes as somewhat of a surprise!

    I wish you all the best with your writing, and look forward to see your work developing together with yourself =)

  4. Marinela says:

    Thank you tess, Thiago and Inés de Erausquin for your warm comments you really make me go on writing. I appreciate your time.
    All the best
    Marinela x

  5. kelly miller says:

    This poem is really good! Keep us the great work- I love your poems and titles, too!

  6. Marinela says:

    Thank you kelly miller for your encouragement and support. It means so much to me =)

  7. NikolasTM says:

    Has cheaply got, it was easily lost.

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