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FC: Anjali's Poetry Mixbook

1: Anjali Nair 5/6 A Glenn

2: 1. Your Mother's Kitchen 2. Poetry in Music 3. Language Arts Limerick

3: A | Table of Contents

4: It was a bright sunny day They had gone out to play The dads decided to make a feast Or surprise them, at least The men put the chicken in the oven But then they became sloven The kitchen began to stink And their spirits to sink | The Kitchen

5: The mint and basil fell on the floor And then they heard a knock on the door She walked in with a smile on her face But soon after it began to erase They smelled the putrid odor And their temper ran over the border And from then on, the men swore To never again try that chore!

6: Lana Del Rey | Blue Velvet | She wore Blue Velvet {Bluer than velvet was the night Softer than satin was the light} From the stars She wore blue velvet {Bluer than velvet were her eyes Warmer than May her tender sighs} Love was ours

7: in the little things | Ours a love I held tightly Feeling the rapture grow {Like a flame burning brightly} But when she left gone was the glow of Blue Velvet But in my heart there'll always be {Precious and warm a memory through the years And I still can see Blue Velvet through my tears} | Rhyme Repetition [Imagery] Simile *The entire song is and extended metaphor

8: There once was a young little girl Who had ideas to put into words she picked up her pen and wrote about a big hen who could talk to humans with words. | There once a was a very old man Who had a really bad tan He was from ancient Greece And made really good cheese So he brought his roots with him

9: There once was a stressed out mom Who didn't want to mow the lawn She pulled out a book And took the hook Then the earthquake of stress free shook | There once was an amazing writer Who didn't know what to write He took a long nap Drank a mocha frappe And added elaboration

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