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Titanic Titanic Gigantic, grand, enormous As tall as the Eiffel Tower She makes me feel safe Graceful, amazing, luxuriou

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  1. POEM GENERATOR Titanic Titanic Gigantic, grand, enormous As tall as the Eiffel Tower She makes me feel safe Graceful, amazing, luxurious She sank Waving her last goodbye The great Titanic is no more Read the following poem Next

  2. Titanic Titanic Gigantic, grand, enormous As tall as the Eiffel Tower She makes me feel safe Graceful, amazing, luxurious She sank Waving her last goodbye The great Titanic is no more noun 3 adjectives a simile a feeling 3 adjectives a fact personification final line Click on the red boxes at the end of each line. They will tell you what each line contains. If you are unsure what these mean click on the help box. If you are confident click next. HELP NEXT

  3. An adjective is a describing word. – The jam is verysweet. A noun is a naming word. – The cat was very ferocious. A simile compares a noun to something else and usually has the words like or as in the sentence. – The sun is like a gold coin. A feeling is saying what effect the noun has on you. – The ripples on the pond calm me. A fact is something that is true about the noun. Personification is giving the noun a human emotion or action. – The waves breathed gently onto the shore. The final line should be strong and powerful and should leave the reader with something they will remember. Back Next

  4. The sun The snow The sea Click on a picture you would like to write a poem about. This will be the title of your poem and the first line. E.g. The sun. End

  5. The sea The sea, Choose 3 adjectives. Here are some examples to help: crashing powerful frightening rolling surging pounding Your next line will include a simile. This is where you describe a noun as something else. Here are two examples; The surf roared like a lion. The waves rhythmically pounded against the rocks like a drumbeat. This line in your poem will contain something about how the noun makes you feel. Try not to us words like sad, happy scared as these are overused words. Try and use more imaginative language but still remembering what the subject of your poem is!! Choose 3 more adjectives. Make sure that they are different to the ones you used in line 2. This line of your poem must contain a fact. Facts are statements which are true. E.G. Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales. This line uses personification. This is where the noun is described as having an animal or a human quality or action. Here are some examples; The waves flung themselves on to the shore. The tide breathed gently in and out. A final line has to have a real punch to it. Very much like the end to a story – it can’t peter out. It should be memorable and capture what the poem is about. You will really have to think about this and you may have many goes until you get it right. Back

  6. The snow The snow, Choose 3 adjectives. Here are some examples to help: white sparkly cold crunchy gleaming silent delicate Your next line will include a simile. This is where you describe a noun as something else. Here are two examples; The snow sparkled like precious jewels. The snow lay on the ground like a thick rug. This line in your poem will contain something about how the noun makes you feel. Try not to us words like sad, happy scared as these are overused words. Try and use more imaginative language but still remembering what the subject of your poem is!! Choose 3 more adjectives. Make sure that they are different to the ones you used in line 2. This line of your poem must contain a fact. Facts are statements which are true. E.G. Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales. This line uses personification. This is where the noun is described as having an animal or a human quality or action. Here are some examples; The frost bites at your fingers. The snow crept slowly down the mountainside. A final line has to have a real punch to it. Very much like the end to a story – it can’t peter out. It should be memorable and capture what the poem is about. You will really have to think about this and you may have many goes until you get it right. Back

  7. The sun The sun, This line in your poem will contain something about how the noun makes you feel. Try not to us words like sad, happy scared as these are overused words. Try and use more imaginative language but still remembering what the subject of your poem is!! Choose 3 adjectives. Here are some examples to help: gleaming shining burning radiant penetrating life-giving Your next line will include a simile. This is where you describe a noun as something else. Here are two examples; The sun beamed like a happy child. The sun’s rays were like stairways to heaven. Choose 3 more adjectives. Make sure that they are different to the ones you used in line 2. This line of your poem must contain a fact. Facts are statements which are true. E.G. Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales. This line uses personification. This is where the noun is described as having an animal or a human quality or action. Here are some examples; The sun peeped from behind the clouds. The sun gently caressed the growing plants. A final line has to have a real punch to it. Very much like the end to a story – it can’t peter out. It should be memorable and capture what the poem is about. You will really have to think about this and you may have many goes until you get it right. Back