Thursday, March 27, 2008

CINQUAIN POEM

A cinquain poem is a five-line poem that is diamond-shaped. Start with a theme word (noun) and then use the pattern 1 noun, 2 adjectives, 3 gerunds, 1 full sentence, and finally a synonym for the first noun.
SNOW
.....................Snow.........................
………… Cold, white...................
......Falling, freezing, numbing....
.......It chills fingers and toes......
.....................Ice............................

Write a cinquain poem based on one of the following themes:
EASTER, PASSOVER, ALL FOOL’S DAY, BUNNIES, CHOCOLATE, SPRING, FLOWERS, LILIES

13 comments:

Janine said...

Flowers
Pretty, lovely
Sprouting, blooming, growing
Make my heart smile
Vegetation

Margaret said...

.............Easter................
..........Hope,Sacrifice...........
..Observing, Grieving, Rejoicing...
.We remember Christ was crucified..
............Biblical...............

Samantha said...

Flowers
Pretty,beauteous
Blossoming, maturing, opening
Make intimate connections
Greenery

Veronica Baig said...

Janine, Margaret, & Samantha: very creative:-)

Irena said...

CHOCOLATE,
Sweet, dark
Melting, dripping, eating
It makes you feel like in haven
Dessert

Veronica Baig said...

Irena: Very nice, but check the typo;-)

Kelsey said...

..............Rain................
............Wet,Dreary.............
. Refreshing, driving, sputtering..
.......It soaks my socks.........
.............Drizzle.............

Irena said...

Hi Veronica,
I am not sure what is the typo I made. I checked all the words but noting is coming up.Where is my mistake?

Tammy said...

.............Bunnies...............
...........Soft, cuddly............
...Curious, playful, friendly......
.....They remind me of Easter......
...............Hare................

Tammy said...

Hello Irena :-)
Thought I would try and help you, hugs

It makes you feel like.....?

Tammy said...

Hello Irena :-)
Thought I would try and help you, hugs

It makes you feel like.....?

Veronica Baig said...

Kelsey: You picked another appropriate theme--well done.
Irena: I think you meant "heaven" not "haven";-)
Tammy: I like it--and thanks for your helpful suggestions.

Tammy said...

Thank you Veronica and your more than welcome :-)