This is a type of poem where you say one thing like the subject: horse, then something that relates to horse like barn, then something relates to barn like cat an so on. Then you end it with another word for horse like zebra's relative. Mine is on summer.
The No School Season
This next poem is where you take a month and fill in it. Called "Sense of time poems."
July is bright yellow
The color of the sun
July feels like hot sun on your back
It sounds like laughter
It smells like lemons
July taste like watermelon
July is summer and my birthday
The haiku (pronounced hi-coo) is a type of poem that first appeared in Japan. The poem is usually laid out in three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables. The best haikus use simple words, not only to describe a scene but also to give us a feeling or make us think.
When I write haikuI always seem to have one syllable left o
Water tumbles down
In a gently flowing streamOver rocks it trips
And one more:
Tall and skinny, with gray bold marks
Invented by mankind
To be especially used on weekdays