3.en.73 Poems from Jilin, Pep Toni, Idaira, Aina and…

I  knew there were some poets hidden in our group. Xilin set off with a good acrostic, moved to a rhythmic rap and today he surprises us with new verses: haikus, Limericks and Cinquains. Great!

I have to admit that Jilin’s verses made me forget his poor result in the irregular verb test.

Have a Look at Xilin’s contribution. I know there will be more surprises… let’s see who’s next.

Why don’t you try to record yourself reading them. Also, it might be nice to look for  an inspiring image to illustrate them.

Haiku
Insects growing legs,
Soon they will be jumping out.
Jumping up for joy.

 

Limerick
There was a new student named J- Foncker
Who loved nothing more than soccer.
All through baseball,
He’d catch a ball-
Well, it wouldn’t fit in his locker!

 

Cinquain
Hamster
Gathering food
Mouth puffed with lots of food
Birds are always laughing
Chewer.

 

By Jilin Ye

Pep Toni, another participant in the poetry race:

HAIKU
A baby mouse small
As a penny falls upon
An elephant’s back.

LIMERIK
There was a young poem from Nepal
Who dreamed every night of St Paul:
He would step up to a cat
Wearing his scarf and a hat
And hit a home run past the wall.

CINQUAIN
Tiger
Furry mammal
Hunting the day for food
Loving sunshine every journey
Runner

by Pep Toni Font

It’s Idaira’s turn

HAIKU
Bright-colored parrot
Calling to me so sweetly
Smiling for the sun.

LIMERICK
There was a new student name Croker
Who needed nothing more than soccer
All through the hall,
He’d cath a ball
Well, it wouldn’t fit in his locker!

CINQUAIN
Hamster
Gathering food
Head puffed with lots of food
Kids are always laughing
Monster.

by Idaira

Aina’s very much in tune with Nature

HAIKU
A old birch tree stands
I’ts white bark peels off in strips
Letters to the earth


LIMERICK
Nothings faster than a cheetah
In a rush it’d surely beat ya’
As hard as you’d try
To make your feet fly
By the end of the day it’d eat Velveeta!

CINQUAIN
Cactus
Prickly and green
Hoping for rain to come
reaching spiny spikes to the sky
Planted.

by Aina Tous

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6 Respostes to “3.en.73 Poems from Jilin, Pep Toni, Idaira, Aina and…”

  1. Love Says:

    Limerick
    There was a young athlete from Nepal
    Who dreamed everynight of broomball:
    Hw would step up to bat
    Wearing his scarf and a hat
    And hit a home urn past the hall.

  2. aina tous Says:

    HAICU:
    A old birch tree stands
    I’ts white bark peels off in strips
    Letters to the earth
    LIMERICK:
    Nothings faster than a cheetah
    In a rush it’d surely beat ya’
    As hard as you’d try
    To make your feet fly
    By the end of the day it’d eat Velveeta!
    CINQUAIN:
    Cactus
    Prickly and green
    Hoping for rain to come
    reaching spiny spikes to the sky
    Planted.

  3. idaira Says:

    HAICU:
    Bright-colored parrot
    Calling to me so sweetly
    Smiling for the sun.
    LIMERICK:
    There was a new student name Croker
    Who needed nothing more than soccer
    All through the hall,
    He’d cath a ball
    Well, it wouldn’t fir in his locker!
    CINQUAIN:
    Hamster
    Gathering food
    Head puffed with lots of food
    Kids are always laughing
    Monster.

  4. emil7234 Says:

    Haiku
    The light disappears
    And a ray of light
    Covers the pink sky

    Limerick
    There once was a miserable giraffe
    Who hadn’t smiled since he was calf
    But one day a bunny
    Said a story quite funny
    So he finally enjoyed a good laugh.

    Cinquain
    Cactus
    Spiny and green
    Hoping to the rain yo drop
    Reaching spiny arms to the sky
    Standing

    free verse
    Step by step, heart to heart, left right left
    We all fall down like toy soldiers
    Bit by bit, torn apart, we never win
    But the battle wages on for toy soldiers

  5. xiskete Says:

    Haiku
    People united
    To secure their liberty
    Out of many, one.

    Cinquain
    Spider
    Furry, black
    Climbing, spinning, weaving
    They make an intricate web
    Tarantula.

    Limerick
    There once was a clover named Kate,
    Who sat on the edge of a plate,
    The fancy folk dined,
    On foods of all kind,
    Then tossed her at quarter past eight.

  6. miguelinramonllull Says:

    Haiku:
    Starfish growing legs,
    Soon they will be jumping out,
    Jumping up for peace.

    Limerik:
    Nothings bigger than a cheetah,
    In a test it’d surely beat ya’,
    As hard as you’d cry
    To make your feet fly
    By the end of the run it’d eat Velveeta!

    Cinquain:
    Squirrel
    Jumping animal
    Hunting the fridge for food
    Missing sunshine every day
    Scurrier


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