Monday, April 3, 2017

B's for Black |#AtoZChallenge



Hey guys :)

No idea what was I writing, or thinking?
It just came to me, watching the night series with my two sisters. Thinking of  a word starting with B….and 'black' came, and with it a feeling.
Not an idea, just an overwhelming feeling of something dark and beautiful.
I was afraid it made no sense. 
In the morning though, the veil was left off, kind of.
But like a good poet I’ll leave you to your own interpretations.






                                                                                      
Black
Sweet darkness
Flapping inky feathers
Announcing a heart clawing experience
Stunning


And as promised I got a poem by a student of mine. So enjoy reading :)
P.s. the flying theme is by chance, we did not put our heads together to come up with it….just saying :P




Birds
Brown, yellow
Colorful, beautiful, lovely
Flying in the forest
Lovely animal

By Ahmed Mutasim, 4D



See you tomorrow :)


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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.


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