My Poems

Haiku: Planet is dying,

               Land of trees are vanishing,

               This can’t carry on


 

Kenning:

Animals-Dying

Tree-Cutter

Leaf-Destroyer

Animal-Killer

Waste-Land

Global-Warming

 

Cinquain:

Trees being cut down,

Madagascar is bleeding,

Life of animals being destroyed,

This Stops Now!

 

Acrostic:

Turning into houses

Rude people cutting down trees

Echoes all around

Every tree loss means a animal loss

Saving trees is our problem

 

Thank you, Thomas for these descriptive poems. To uplevel these, make sure you are punctuating each line correctly with either a comma or a full stop (to complete a verse and for your kenning poem, could you change some lines so they show alliteration? 

 

Home-Learning 16/11/20 – Deforestation Poetry

Haiku

Planet is dying (5)

Land of trees are vanishing (7)

This can’t carry on (5)

Kenning

Trees-decreasing

Animals-dying

Waste-land

Carbon-Realised

Ozonelayer-Bursting

Cinquian

Deforestation,

Trees being cut down,

Madagascar is bleeding,

Life of animals being destroyed.

Acrostic

Trees soul dying and falling like a broken tower,

Regret what you’re doing to earth

Every tree being cut down causes more danger

Every tree being cut down causes more life loss

Stop, this is World War 1 in deforestation style

 

Some excellent descriptions, Liam and I can see you are using similes to describe. Check the syllables in your cinquain and remember the pattern and theme for each line. Also, add commas at the end of each line for each poemand a full stop to complete each verse. 

 

Deforestation Poems – Big Write

Trees disappear

Madagascar is bleeding

Make a change now

 

Leaf – loser

Tree – taker

Branch-breaker

Blood-maker

Life-taker

Animal-killer

 

Trees

Spreading across

Animals losing homes

You can still make a change

So join

 

Did you know

Everyone should be involved

Forests are dying

Overly disappointing

Really as if no one cares

Every tree matters

So are we going to stop

Trees are what we need to live

And we need to do something about it

Trees waving until they get cut down

It’s killing our world

Of burnt ashes

Need trees to survive, you need to start caring before it’s too late

 

Never ignore the fact this is happening

Every time trees get cut down

Everything is disappearing and we don’t want that

Dead is rising to the point where it’s too much

See, forests needs to live

 

Time is running out but you can still do something about it

On the trees where animals live are now gone

 

So join the army to stop this

To end all of this and continue on living

Own the victory of fighting and joining the army

People will join and you can to.

 

Super poetry Elise and I particularly love your acrostic poem. It reads like a chant to change the world- very well done. For each poem, can you make sure you are punctuating these with a comma at the end of each line and a full stop at the end of the verse. Also go back through your cinquian poem, making sure you follow the rules for syllables in each line.

As an uplevelling target, could you add some more lines to your kenning poem, but make these alliterations as well?

 

Kenning (Attack On Titan)

Never-Caring

Titan-slayer

Team-captain

Dark-hair

Never-smiling

Streak-kills

Nice kenning poem. Is this Thor, by any chance???

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