S: Peace Poems By Alice Smith
FC: Peace Poems | By Alice Smith
1: Contence | 1. Hope And Death 2. Spring Has Sprung! 3.The Butterfly 4.Bubble Swish Buzz Whirl! 5. Natures Friend? 6. Alice Smith
2: Haikus | Hope: The savior of man, A little spark within you, Happy to help you. | Death: Slowly arriving, A lifeless world all alone So very empty.
3: About | When reading these two haikus, the reader feels that the spark inside them called hope, will always be there with them and will guide them out of any darkness. When reading the haiku about death, they might feel cold and dark inside, all alone and quite glum. These two haikus contrast but complement each other very nicely and are a great pair to read. The poetic device used in this poem is imagery.
4: Narrative Poem | Spring Has Sprung! As a bird passed by my window, I knew spring had arrived. It was only the beginning of February, I was so surprised, I couldn't resist going out side. I played in the park, I climbed a tree, everything went by so peacefully. Until the disaster happened that night. My bones ached and creaked, I was to old for my yearly treat. No more park and climbing trees, I will miss how the days went by so very peacefully.
5: In this poem, the reader would have sypathy for the poor old lady in this poem. She realises that her bones are to old for climbing trees and going to the park. The reader would understand how the lady in this poem is feeling if they too were the same age. It would also remind them of how peaceful and the fun you can have in spring and all the lovely animals that arrive in that season. The poetic Device used in this poem is a rhyme scheme. | About | I cried all night, and wept all day, I never wanted to remember this day.
6: Personified Poem The Butterfly So small fluttering away sometimes, But never shall it leave our world. All different colors and emotions, It will always help us. Eats all sweet thoughts and things, So it will never turn sour. Flying to the peaceful flowers, kissing them goodnight. Flying to the restless water, minding its mighty jaws, Fluttering to all different countries, trying to sort out wars. In every single country, this fluttering creature will fly. Sorting out the problems, until the morn is nigh.
7: About In this poem, the reader will think of how peaceful life can be . It should make the reader feel calm and relaxed while they are reading this poem, and should make the reader think about peace from a different point of view. This poem has personified a butterfly. The author did this because she wanted the most peaceful and simple creature to be thought of differently. The reader should think about how a butterfly is like peace and how the sea does have jaws. The poetic device used in this poem is a rhyme scheme.
8: Onomatopoeic Poem | Bubble Swish Buzz Whirl! As I lay under the trees, by the babbling brook. Bubble bubble bubble, swish swish swish! As I lay in a field filled with daises buzz buzz buzz! As the busy bees play. whirl whirl! Whispers the wind to the leaves, I listen as they bicker to each other all day long. So peaceful to lie in the quite meadow, So tranquil but busy. The bubble, swish, whirl and buzzing.
9: About This poem really does make you think of spring and how peaceful it can seem, but as you can see in this poem, the author explains how peace and spring can seem so relaxed and quiet, but is actually really very busy and if you were an insect, very chaotic. This poem makes you feel warm inside and very calm. It is very relaxed. The poetic device in tis poem is onomatopoeia.
10: As the bees were buzzing near the sycamore trees, Near the pond with many brown and green reeds. With the many laughing children playing in the sun, The entire park was bursting with fun. A wind of change is blowing near, The bees can sense it they are full of fear. They know their fun is coming to an end, The planets downfall is around the bend. The next day it started the slight breeze of change, The worlds colors were starting to re arrange. The bees asked each other “Why is the air so thick? Is this mother natures trick?” | Ballad Poem Natures Friend?
11: The wind of change is almost here, The bees can sense it they are full of fear. They know their fun is coming to an end, The planets downfall is around the bend. The wind of change is almost here, The bees can sense it they are full of fear. They know their fun is coming to an end, The planets downfall is around the bend. “The plants are wilting we might have to move, The people are leaving what does this prove?” The park was more quiet only a few people stayed, The bees were all getting very afraid.
12: The wind of change is practically here, The bees can sense it and are full of fear. They know their fun is coming to an end, The planets downfall is around the bend. The park was empty only the bees remained, “Those inconsiderate humans!” The bees exclaimed. “They have ruined our planet I knew they would, The earth now will come to no good. The wind of change is finally here, The bees knew it they are full of fear. They know their fun has come to an end, Were we really mother natures friend?
13: About | In this poem, the reader will start of by feeling warm inside and some sense of excitement might come over them, but near the end they would feel sad and would make them aware of what they are doing to the earth and how we should try and do our best to keep the planet clean and happy. It would also make the reader think of the light breeze and warm sun in summer and spring. The poetic device used in this poem are rhyming cupplets.
14: Life And Death Life Full, exciting, Bursting, blooming, dreaming, People, plants, animals, earth, Shrinking, darker, slower, Lonely, quiet, Death | Diamante Poem
15: About | In this poem the poetic device used is imagery. The reader should feel warm and happy, then suddenly cold and dark, and slightly uncomfortable. They would be slightly worried about death, but when they think of the lightness and happiness of the life section, they will feel a lot more secure and happy inside.
16: Biopoem | Alice Smith | Alice Loving, caring, willing, open, Family, friends and nature lover, Who loves all things that are free and different, Who feels love, freedom and joy, Who feared loosing who she loves and not being able to make a difference, Who gained her confidence and accomplished the skill of making a difference, Who wanted peace to be gained world wide and freedom given to those in need, Born in Hillingdon and living in windsor Smith
17: About | In this poem, the reader should feel like they understand the author more clearly, and should understand why she has chosen to write about what she wrote about, and how they link to peace. This should also tell you about her personality and what she likes and dislikes. The reader should feel that Alice Smith is a kind and caring person who loves nature and her family.The poetic device used in this poem is imagery.