Today on the way to the beach I saw two sheep under a tree and it gave me an idea for poems, but when I came back to photograph them for you there were no longer two sheep under a tree. They had vamooshed!
But… not far down the road I saw two horses under a tree staring at me. Amazing! So I thought that could be the starting point for a poem too. You could do horses or sheep in my suggestions.
So here are some poem challenges for the weekend:
1. I took a photo of the horses, why not ‘take a poem‘ of the horses (or sheep). So your poem would be catching the horses with words.
2. Think of the horse words you can (or sheep) and play with them until you come up with a horse (or sheep) poem.
3. ‘Two horses under a tree’ or ‘Two sheep under a tree’ might be the last line — but where else might they be? This might be Dr Seuss zany or more serious. It might rhyme or not rhyme.
4. Try a writing a horse poem (or sheep of course) using ten verbs (action words or doing words).
5. Try a writing a two horses under a tree poem with a surprising ending.
Have fun and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, age ,year and anme of school.