Monday, 30 November 2015


In class I have been learning about Cinquains. A Cinquain is a type of poem. In a Cinquain we are allowed our story to not rhyme. Also we have to follow a certain way we write our poem because we have to have two syllables in the first line, four in the second line, three ing words in the third line, eight syllables in the second to last line, and finally two syllables in the last line. 

Here are my two poems:



Nice Leotards,

Pointing, moving, turning,

Dancing stylish across the room,


Eye On The Ball

Game on,

Whistle is blown,

Running, sweating, pushing,

And that is a goal for the red,


Feedback/Feedforward: I loved how when a person reads the poem you really have thought about what kind of words you use. I love how you can tell when you read it how passionate you are about ballet and hockey. Great Work! Rosalind:)

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