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Alliteration is the repeated occurrence of a consonant sound at the beginning of several words in the same phrase.

 An example is the Mother Goose tongue-twister, "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

Couplets are made up of two lines whose last words rhyme. They are often silly.

For Example:

The cat ate a mouse
And then brought it in the house.

 Our Name Poems

Acrostic by Curt M.
Curtis:
 
Can draw nicely,
Understands things,
Rises early,
To nice to hurt animals,
Incredibly funny,
Summer is my favorite season!
 
 
 
Miss Minnick - Sensory Poem - By: Mr. Swartz's 5th Grade Class
Our pricipal always looks so stylin!
She sounds as happy as happy as happy as a huge Wal-Mart smily face!
Her office smells like a bouquet of roses!
She is as beautiful as a starry night sky!
Miss Minnick makes our hearts feel like a million dollars!
Nachos Free Poem  By: Jack Grimm (5th)
Nachos
I'll eat nachos anytime,
I'll eat nachos while I rhyme.
I'll eat nachos anywhere,
I'll eat nachos without care.
Nachos can be oh so spicy,
I'll pull my hair like I have lice-y.
I hope that while I eat the cheese,
I hope, I hope that I won't sneeze.
All of that meaty zest-a,
Makes my tounge have a fiesta!
Now that is all I have to say,
Eat those nachos right away!
Pencil Sharpeners- a haiku poem By Jenna Harrison
 
Pencil sharpeners
Eat up all your pencils “chomp, chomp”
so you can use them
accrostic poems                         By:Jacob Richardson
Fast
Ouch
Owie
Team
Ball
All teams
Love the sport
Lots of tackles
Oatmeal Free poem  By: Jack Grimm
Oatmeal
Sometimes it is made into bars,
Someday it might be eaten on Mars.
I like to eat it with some milk,
Then it goes down smooth as silk.
I like to eat it warm,
In my mouth, the tastes a storm!
Even if you're a baking rookie,
You can make oatmeal cookies!
Don't you think it's quite a deal,
To have a breakfast of oatmeal?
                          Mr.Swartz Acrostic  by: Laila
M-More fun than any teacher i've ever had
R- Radical Teacher
.
S- Shredding Teacher [
W-  Was good in college
A- Awsome outside of school also
R- Really nice
T- Top Teacher
Z- Zoppen Guy
 
Diamonte poem By Payton Rick
Payton
funny,short
smiling,running,laughing
basketball,math,Indiana Jones,books
reading,smiling,laughing
tall,school
Jack
Accrostic Poems     By: Rileigh Neisent
B-all
A-thletic
S-core
K-erplunk
E-ncouragement
T-hree-pointer
B-ouncy
A-wseome
L-akers
L-ate
chris 5th grade diamante poem's
Dace nice-funny carring ,smiling,playing schools,friend,crawl,outside,slimy,cold,wet,colorful,unpredictable,snake
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