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Page 1-2 – A heavenly place to a nightmare  Page 3-4 – Bird poem/Metaphor  Page 5 – Onomatopoeia  Page 6 – Citations  Page 7 – About the author 


The garden smells like coconut milk  I can see many fruits growing including  Tomatoes  I can hear mosquitos flying near  My ear  I can feel the overgrown grass  Touch my legs  I can taste the water in the air 


The Garden smells like rotten potatoes  I can see many rotten fruits growing  I can feel the bee's stingers  I can hear giant mosquitos  I can taste the rotten tomatoes  The garden is like a happy nightmare 


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A brown bird Calling to its mother On a beach Feeling sand And Hearing the waves crash upon the shore Within its sight, are more birds It can smell sand and also salt Brown bird walking on the sand Swoosh Swoosh the waves go swoosh Brown bird runs back being brave It finds its mother and gets a peg It runs for its father and smashes his leg It sprints back to its mother, only to beg She protects the bird, but he pickpockets a peg


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The bird is like a supermarket Sometimes it can be loud Sometimes it can be silent The doors closing are like the bird's mouth closing Stopping the sounds, moving them out When supermarkets get supplies, it is like the bird being fed To empty out the store, customers take it, like the bird making waste When the supermarket finally closes, it’s like the bird sleeping When the supermarket opens, it’s like the bird awakening When the super market closes forever, it’s like the bird died The supermarket's lifetime is like the bird's lifetime


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Zoom zap on your lap Clink clank in the bank Boop bop at the top Slashing through your window Is electricity on your kindle Burn computer as you can It'll shock you on a rug Your friend might shock you with a poke Its electricity Click clack broken bone Split splat all alone Clink clank on the phone Beep Boop he finds you alone Vroom boom the cops take you home They say you’re ok, and he gives you a loan You roam to your home And again you’re alone


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Well the author is a pretty advanced person, and a very good typer. He does all of his poems in English Class, and they are all very excellent! The writer is 11 years old, soon turning 12. He spends 99% of his time on a computer, and 1% on other things. Well I hope you enjoyed my poems, and this is a farewell! Enjoy and have a good day! By,

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