The following two "rhyming acrostic" poems were written in Poetry Workshops at Pine Tree Elementary:
The Fourth Grade Poem.
Darling dogs make me smile in the sun.
Oh, my gosh, they're lot's of fun.
Order you to give them treats.
They also like a lot of meats.
Gee, they never settle down.
They always want to play around.
The Fifth Grade Poem:
Pigs are pink like bubblegum,
As they sit on their tiny bums.
I like their ribs.
I need a bib.
Grunty as a grandpa snoring.
Pigs are loud and really boring!
Here are two poems submitted by Jayme C.:
A lime is a lime
That’s where I start my rhyme
A lime is green
It is the color of a bean
If you pick a one right on time
I’m sure that will be, one fresh lime
I like the juiciest ones, you can tell because they’ll be very fat
That’s the lime rhyme
Lemons are very sour
First they come from a beautiful flower
They come off a tree
How bad could they be?
Lemons are the color of the bright sun
You can even use it as a football
That sure would be fun
When a lemon is ripened, then you may pick
The sour and juicy ness you will taste when you take the fist lick
Lemons are a great thing to pick
A lemon comes from a leaf and a stick