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BC: PEACE... MAKE IT HAPPEN

FC: How Can Peace Be Gained? | By Kiyara Patterson

1: TABLE OF CONTENTS Free Verse Peace in a quiet classroom pg 2,3 List Poem Purple pg 4,5 Narrative Poem Japanese Blossoms 6,7 Not Poem Halloween Night8,9 Haiku's 10,11 Tanka 12,13 Bio Poem 14,15 16 paragraph for Japanese Blossoms

3: OUR TEACHER MRS. FLOGANHAGEN SAID IT WAS QUIET TIME WHICH MENT THAT WE COULD DO ANYTHING AS LONG WE WERE QUIET WE ONLY HAD QUIET TIME WHEN THE VAIN IN HER NECK WAS THROBBING AND WHEN SHE’S RED IN THE FACE SO ME AND MY OTHER CLASSMATES PULL OUT BOOKS, DO WORK, OR PASS NOTES WHILE MRS. FLOGANHAGEN GRADED PAPERS AND WHEN ALL THIS HAPPENED I HEARD PAGES BEING FLIPPED, A SCRITCH-SCRATCH NOISE, BEING MADE ON PAPERS, AND BIRDS CHIRPING HAPPILY | This poem has repetition when it repeats the word Quiet. The reader get the feeling that the teacher actually wants QUIET time. The words create a calm and tranquil mood. The words also enhance the meaning of the title. | Peace in a quiet classroom

4: Purple What is purple? Purple is a color so majestic and true Purple represents mysterious things and beyond Purple is the color of a midsummer's night sky Or the color of newly picked grapes for nice wine Or some guys underwear you see at the amusement park Purple expresses deep thoughts mysteries and dark things Or bright, peppy thoughts and bright, peppy feelings Purple is unique and unlike any other color in the world

5: This poem has imagery when it says 'Purple is the color of a midsummer's night sky'. The reader imagines a beautiful purple sky. It helps the reader get a better visual image.

6: look on page 16 for paragraph.

7: Japanese Blossoms I see the willow tree with the Japanese blossoms, Blowing in the wind, The pink petals of the Japanese blossom Combine with the wind, I smell the sweet smell of bark And tea. I see the pretty pink petals Blow across my face and the wind, It makes a WHOOSH-ing sound as the, Petals go across my face. The pretty pink petals remind me of, Little tea ceremonies and wearing, Cute little kimonos with, The very same flower as the one on the willow tree. I touch the willow tree The bark it feels smooth, and smells nice, I pick a blossom and sniff it, With passion, it smells like sweet tea. The willow tree reminds me of A sweet kind of love And passion.

9: Halloween night On Halloween Night\Parents and kids stream through the streets wearing cool costumes, crazy costumes, weird costumes, and some without one the kids cross the McGill house and turn into monsters,werewolves and witches, Ghosts and gouls. They make more Havoc, burn down your door, if they do that don't ask for more. By midnight the kids are fine, and everybody else, until next Halloween... In my mind. | Halloween Night | This poem is about some things that happen on Halloween, And some that just don't happen...

11: Flowers The flower comes up it is red and beautiful all i see peace | Haikus | Sunshine The sun shines brightly The rays hit the water drops It makes a rainbow | Frogs The frog croaks loudly It splashes back in the pond It makes a FLAP sound

13: Tanka | I see a white dove why can't the world be like this? so peaceful and quiet? I wish the world was like that no violence no pain just quiet peace

14: Kiyara Funny, food lover, a weirdo, and a computer-aholic. Daughter of Kevin and Latoya. Lover of Facebook, electronics, and thunderstorms. Who feels happy when with friends, sad without them, and feels energetic when playing Wii. Who always needs her friends around her, family when she is away from them, and music because she is always making up lyrics and has a song stuck in her head. Who gives friendship, advice, and fashion tips. Who fears gigantic, hairy spiders, death, and tornadoes. Who would like to see no more Global Warming, the future, and her dog again. Resident of London England Patterson

15: About The Author As it says in the Bio Poem all those things are true, but she also absolutley loves the twilight saga, she loves reading as well, P.E., and sunsets.

16: The poem about Japanese Blossoms is about Japanese Blossoms blowing in the spring wind.. This poem has imagery by telling and giving the reader a detailed image in their head. like on lines three and four; The pink petal of the Japanese Blossom combines with the wind. This poem creates a soothing feeling on the reader.

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