Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Day 13 ~ Let's Write a Grammar Poem

Day 13 ~ Grammar Poem
This type of poem reinforces different aspects of grammar and is five lines long.

Directions:
Line 1. Write a noun for the subject
Line 2. Write two adjectives joined by and to describe this noun
Line 3. Write a verb and an adverb to describe this noun in action
Line 4. Start it with like or as followed by a comparison
Line 5. Start it with if only followed by a wish

Remember: Most adverbs tell you how, where, or when something is done. In other words, they describe the manner, place, or time of an action.

Example:
My golden retriever
Loving and loyal
Running to greet me
Like the best friend you could imagine
If only he would live forever.
                            © 05/05 H. Renz


My Poem
My Savior, Jesus Christ
Flawless and loving
Atoning selflessly
Like the perfect son of God
If only I can be found worthy
            © 2011 Stephanie Abney


YOUR TURN!!

4 comments:

Vicki said...

My eternal companion

Creative and romantic

Steady and helpful to those around

Like the rock his name stands for

If only we stay the course, eternity's ours

Stephanie Abney said...

Lovely, Vicki!! Thanks.

Mary L Walling said...

GHOSTLY
The book I’m reading
Mysterious and haunting
Carries me forever into a world
Like something magical and ghostly
If only I could travel into the past.
Mary L. Walling 4/2011

Stephanie Abney said...

Intriguing, Mary!