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Acrostic poems are those poems written by using each letter of the title word. They are fun to write and a little bit challenging when you rhyme them a bit in alternating lines. Read on for acrostic
Onomatopoeia poems bop to the beat, buzz like a bee, and whoosh through the door. Onomatopoeia sounds like what it describes.
Did you think all sonnets are dusty old love poems? Check out these funny sonnet poems. Also some instruction on how to write your own sonnet!
A page of alliteration examples to get you started on writing alliteration of your own.
Funny Christmas poems and funny Christmas poetry are a great way to bring a smile to your face and help you celebrate the Christmas holiday.
Personification examples to help teach and write poetry.
Read these metaphor poems in action. Her smile was a cool welcome breeze on a hot summer day. His voice was crackling thunder, startling us to our feet making us quiver in primal fear.
Personification Poems give human qualities to non-human or even inanimate objects, making for a poem with great imagery and description.
Enjoy these simile examples. Get inspired to write some of your own.
Enjoy these teacher poems in the classroom and at home.
Enjoy all these holiday poems for your personal use. From birthday to Christmas and Valentine's Day, this page directs you to poems to share all year long!
They're short. They're snappy. And best of all, these short funny poems will make you laugh! Come see our wide and wild funny poem collection. Read them. Share them. Enjoy!
President poems for every president of the United States.
Enjoy this Donald Trump poem as well as facts about the 45th president of the United States.
A rhyming dictionary to help you write your next poem!