S: Mrs. Bass Class 5th period Colton Ward
BC: Poetry Spring Early Bird Gets The Worm Rain The Beast Ode To Spring
FC: Poetry Book By:Colton Ward Mrs. Bass 5th Period
1: Table of Contents 1. Haiku...Spring 2. Contrast...Early Bird Gets The Worm 3. Freeverse...Spring 4. Sonnet...The Beast 5. Ode...Ode To Spring
2: Spring The great flowers bloom! Animals poke out their heads to feel the warm air. Rain, sun, and new life represents this great season. It is, indeed, Spring. | Haiku
3: Early Bird Gets The Worm The bird gets up, and flies out of its towering nest to seek food as the sun rises. He sees and plump worm, and gobbles it up. The worm crawls as dawn appears, trying to find a leaf to eat. He hears the bird's mighty cry, and tries to hide, but it is too late | Contrast
4: Freeverse Rain | Rain, rain, don't go away, please stay today, trickle down the lovely flowers, stay and stay and stay for hours. | Let me hear your "pit, pat", as you hit the window glass. | Make a flood so I can sail away, so I'll be with you every day. Now you have to go away, Please come back another day.
5: Sonnet The Beast The mighty beast, climbed really high, to enjoy his carnivorous feast, which was a zebra's thigh. He had finished his travels for the day, through the huge Savanna, he went every which way, but all he could find was a banana. He couldn't find his meal, he searched all day, he searched for something real, but he couldn't, so he laid. He has now finally found his prize, now the mighty lion will close his eyes.
6: Spring | Ode To Spring Spring, you are finally here! Every day, you got so near. No more winter, summer, or fall. It's time for the greatest season of all. Trees restore their leaves, they fell from the dreadful winter freeze. Now the bunnies and birds can sing, and the drops of acorns go, "Kerpling!" Green grass grows back in its place, and plants are in a race, to bloom and make their tasty fruit ripe, I might just go and take a bite! Spring, you are finally here! Every day, you got so near. No more winter, summer, or fall. It's time for the greatest season of all.