Saturday, April 1, 2017

A's for Ash |#AtoZChallenge


Hey there!


My dear friends, those who care to read what I write.
Boy am I happy to be back.

It’s been a while.
My life went through so many changes, and I’ll be listing..don’t worry.
But today I’m here because I wasn’t going to miss the A to Z challenge, and this year I'm:











Yea, yea, you’re saying:
‘Captain! Get on with it will ya!’ 
I will not delay much longer :)



Ash
Grey, Cold
Rejoicing, consuming, dying
Such a life you’re leading!
Earth


Salam!


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Cinquain is a non-rhyming 5-lined poem pioneered by Adelaide Crapsey (1878 - 1914). There are many ways to write it, weather relaying on the number of words or syllables in each line, which makes it always end up in a diamond-like shape. In this A to Z challenge I will be following the two and sometimes a mix of both types. I’ll also add some cute cinquains by my grade 4 talented students. Hope you enjoy our poetry.

2 comments:

  1. Good luck with the challenge! I used to write poetry, but I’ve kind of fallen out of the habit. I should get back into it.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. I fell out of the habit too, but teaching poetry this year got me back on the wagon, thanks for passing by and good luck to you too:)

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