The teacher in me LOVES poems that deal with grammar – this one is a very easy and fun poetry form. It is simple but precise as it reinforces different aspects of grammar.
I thought for today, I’d TRY to be brief! Cheers!!
This grammar poetry form is five lines long. The specifics are as follows:
Line 1. Write a noun for the subject (THIS serves as your
TITLE as well)
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
Line 5. Start it with if only followed by a wish
Here are two EXAMPLES I wrote about 10 years ago:
Some of my “grammar poems”
Infuriating and debilitating
Slowing me down temporarily
Like grease clogging up a drain
If only I had a very large plunger!
2014 Stephanie Abney
Entertaining and curious
Laying on my keyboard lazily
Like the Queen of Sheba
If only she would nap someplace else
© 2014 Stephanie Abney
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