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Lorenzo Poems 2011

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“Be Aware Plant”

By: Lorenzo Emanuele Carocci

Ambrit Rome International School

 

A living plant

A real life

Fragile and delicate

Easily damaged

Be careful

When darkness hits your heart

No more food

No more water

No more color

I am sorry

But I told you to be aware

Dry plant

I am sorry to say

Goodbye.

 

"Dog"

By: Lorenzo

Ambrit Rome International School

 

In a little corner,

my dog suddenly,

bang bang bangs,

his head,

ferociously,

on the white wall,

wildly walking and running asleep,

and then he starts again,

sleeping peacefully.

 

"Mt. Vesuvius:

   The Crater"

By: Lorenzo

Ambrit Rome International School

 

I'm going out to

Mt. Vesuvius

having fun walking

on the crater

(I'm scared while the

height is getting greater)

I shan't be gone long -- you come too.

 

I'm going out to

have a walk up to Mt. Vesuvius

panting panting all the

way infinitely tired

(but I continued walking

fast and I was admired)

But I shan't be gone long -- you come too.

 

Concrete Poem

Acrostic Poem

By: Lorenzo

Ambrit Rome International School

 

Loyal

Obsessive

Realistic

Enthusiastic

Needed

Zealous

Ordinary

 

 

"School Music"

By; Lorenzo

Ambrit Rome International School

 

This School:

 

The

annoying

noise

from the

atrium

echoing

talking

while walking and shouting

bang

slam the doors

shouting

out, rigore

all the time

the music class

singing alto

hurting my ears

filling my eyes

with tears

paper ripping

never silently shuffling

the always

school music.

 

"Tercet" 

By: Lorenzo

Ambrit Rome International School

 

Rabbit                                               Lion   

The rabbit is black or white              The lion is aggressive

he doesn't like to fight                      also a lot obsessive

he doesn't like to drink Sprite.          and he is not a lot expressive.

 

"Haiku"

By: Lorenzo

Ambrit Rome International School

 

Rain water pooring

trying to get to their nest

twittering for help

 

"This is just to say..."

By: Lorenzo

Inspired by William Carlos Williams

 

I have eaten

the rice

that was in

the pan

and which

you were probably

saving for 

dinner

forgive me

it was 

so creamy

so slurpy

and so soft

 

Poem Responses

My favorite poems are the Haiku and the This is just to say... poems because I think they were the best poems made in 5th grade made by me, I like them also because I thought they were well made and I think they were really the meaning of what Mr. Guarnieri discribed how they should look like. The two poems make me feel very happy but the part where I was really, really happy was the part where I wrote them.

These to poems remind me of when I recieve surprises like a Play Station 2 or the bike and I felt happy then when I wrote the poems I felt happy as well.

The haiku made me learn things about

nature and it made me learn to observe and hear more

the sound around me. The This is just to say...

poem was really funny and cool and I am

actually disappointed that I can't share

it with my family and the audience. 

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Favorite Poems

 

These are my favorite poems:

 

Love that Dog by: Jack

Hate that Cat by: Jack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

Comments (4)

5glorenzo said

at 5:56 am on May 10, 2011

How is it Mr. Guarnieri?

David Guarnieri said

at 8:29 am on May 10, 2011

It's great!

5glorenzo said

at 5:25 pm on May 10, 2011

How is it Mr. Guarnieri?

David Guarnieri said

at 10:29 am on May 11, 2011

Good work on your second poem. Please take out the stanza lines and try to form into two stanzas with 4 lines each. Also your second line in the second stanza needs work-"a lot tired" is odd.

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