2 Fun Ways to do Poetry

Hey guys!

Today I’m going to be sharing 3 fun ways to play around with poetry. The first one I did for school a couple weeks ago, and it was so fun!

1)

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A Little Princess

Golden summer trimmed with flowers

their colours glorious

lovely

The picnic set

like a Queen’s table

barely one piece of cake

was a dream


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Robin And His Merry Adventures

Through villages beyond

Noontide had come.

Peaceful quietness will rest here.

So came mellow sunlight,

And where the grass was soft

Against the clear blue sky

So riding over the hill,

He was.


My brother’s one:

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Robin And His Merry Adventures

But I
shed no blood
only that of
fear
Truly there is no danger
with a hundred golden pounds
As to their doings,
laughing
for several miles
King,
drink half a hundred pounds
of merry blue eyes

WHUT. I wonder what goes on in my brother’s head sometimes. XD

So basically what we did is printed some pages out of some books (peoples don’t write on books; you will regret it…). Some people actually scribble all over the words that they’re not using, but to save time and ink, I just circled the words I was using. It looks a lot cooler if you black everything but the words you’re using out, though.


2)

I haven’t done this one yet, and I’m pretty sure I made it up, but it would be fun to do this one. Get a book, close your eyes, open to a random page and point to a random word. Do this about 10 times (depending on how many words you want in your poem), and each time write down the word on a separate paper. Cut out the words and arrange them to make a poem! You could do this with a magazine or anything, really!


I really love the first one! It was so fun! Let me know if you it; I’d love to see them! πŸ˜€

Luv,

Zielle

~ Smile! God loves you. ~

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30 thoughts on “2 Fun Ways to do Poetry

  1. I’ll totally have to try this. I’ve been trying to get into poetry but I’m not to good. You’re brothers was hilarious. πŸ˜‚
    Rose ❀️

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