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ZanderB

Page history last edited by Zander B 7 years, 6 months ago
 

Free Verse: Video Game

 

You dash  for cover,

dirt splashing everywhere,

gunfire in the distance,

explosions,

racing cars,

falling buildings

But then,

everything slows, and turns black.

A flash of light,

you can see again,

A roar is heard all around you

not gunfire,

not explosion,

but the roar of a crowd,

You see a gate open, creaking with age

a knight walks out,

with a sword and shield

shining and glinting armor of the sun

he charges

you charge to,

Armed with only an axe, you charge toward your opponent,

Screams of metal echo, and wood creaking,

bones crunching,

and blood cries

the knight crumples, crimson on his armor

the crowd roars again, but everything slows once more

and fades to black.

Another flash,

you can see once more!

the death of space surrounds you and troops,

your turrets on guard,

mines collecting resources, preparing for the inevitable

Alien warriors charge toward you,

you command your troops to open fire.

gunfire roaring over the silence of space,

enemies and allies enter the void,

then, in a second

it’s all over.

just you,

a couple troops,

and your base.

You glance back and see only ruins,

and an alien starship looming over you..

the power button dims

all of the power in one button

to travel to fantasy and other players

for a battle of the ages

on a single screen


 

Wingspark

 

I dreamed

The Doctor

was on Gallifrey

and the other Time Lords were praising him

bowing down and shaking hands 
 
 Image result for shadow

Sonnet

 

Adrenaline pumping

Heart jumping

Running in fear

from the ravage mutineers,

the daemon of hell,

the man who say farewell  

to life,

and may use a knife,

or another way to choose death,

and takes away the rest of your breath.


Dark,

a light spark,

a stealer of times,

it climbs,

seeks,

and reaps

your mind

but, you are blind

when it strikes

Yikes!

But then,

you emerge from your den,

to remember,

everything in now just an ember,

of truth,

and of your youth.

It was fake it would seem

just a dream!


or was it?

 

 

List Poem

 

Fear lurks…


Under the bed,

In the Closet,

In the old house

In the Basement,

In the Graveyard,

In the Abandoned Hospital,

In the Ghost Town,

In the Pizzeria,

In the Woods,

In High Charity,

No,

Only in your mind and heart

 

 
 
 

Acrostic Poem: Geek


Games

Electronics

Eccentric

Keen 

Sonnet:The police

 

He pushes you to the ground.

Get ready for another round

he grips you by the shirt

You are in fear of getting hurt,

He raises a fist,

He throws the punch, but he missed


He spun around,

To find out he was now bound,

By handcuffs 
 
 

Sonnet:Jilly Bim Blob

 

Jilly Bim Bob

He’s nickname is Da Blob

He likes PB&J

Has a habit of only saying hey

That’s all Jilly Bim Bob’s

Job 

Sonnet: Hephaestus


The only god thrown off a cliff,

He had a bad biff,

Only because he was lame,

When he learned about this, he turned on his flame.


Once he climbed back to the top of stone,

He gave his mother a golden throne.

not a regular throne,

A throne that made her moan and groan.


The gods tried and tried,

They couldn’t break the chains,

Hera still couldn’t get out of her bide.


Only the creator could release the god,

When Dionysius talk with him, they were friends,

Then they drank and drank, until his hate had thawed

And went to his mother to make amends


He was given a wife named Aphrodite

She thought he wasn’t all mighty,

So she and Ares had an affair,

So he caught them in a golden snare,


This is the rough story of the blacksmith


Hephaestus  
 
 

Diamante 

 

                 Red

             Fire,  Lava

         Pain, Mario  Ruby

Apple, Anger,Water,Sky,

         Navy, Sonic, Sapphire,

             Blueberry,Calm

                  Blue 
 

Freeverse: Outfielder

 

I was hanging out in the outfield,

bored because no balls flew to centerfield in practice,

kicking the dandelions and throwing dirt clumps,

then, I heard a solid CHING!

I looked up to see a perfect fly ball soaring to me

-more like over my head.

I backtracked to keep my eye on it,

the ball plummeting by the second,

it was almost to the ground,

I jumped back, in vain to catch up to it.

Then I felt a THUNK in my glove

And found  the ball resting halfway in the top of my glove. 

 

 

 

 

Comments (24)

Brennan I said

at 3:05 pm on May 20, 2015

I like your poem about being in the outfield.

Joey S. said

at 9:33 am on May 21, 2015

I really enjoyed your video game one I really amusing and I would love to be In his shoes.

Weller C said

at 12:52 pm on May 21, 2015

You did an amazing job on your sonnet! using all the perfect words to set the tone of the poem.

Chase S said

at 12:53 pm on May 21, 2015

Your video game is my favorite one because you used so much detail and I thought it was just amazing nice job.

Moises C. said

at 12:53 pm on May 21, 2015

I like what the video game one is about it actually sounds like clash of clans only in your poem it makes you feel like your fighting without he troops until its all over.

Ezra S said

at 12:55 pm on May 21, 2015

I like the red and blue poem because I've always thought about red and blue clashing together.

Gina G said

at 12:56 pm on May 21, 2015

I like your Jimmy Bim Blob one because it reminded me of a blob of peanut butter and it was funny to read.

Hannah V said

at 12:56 pm on May 21, 2015

I liked the poem Jilly Bim Blob because it is funny. And, it makes me wonder why his nickname is Da Blob. Plus, it is really creative!

Jade O said

at 12:56 pm on May 21, 2015

You have a lot of good describing words and I like that it makes me feel like I'm in their shoes.

Sam W said

at 12:56 pm on May 21, 2015

I like your poem Outfield because I like sports.

Taylor N said

at 12:57 pm on May 21, 2015

I liked your poem about being in the outfield because I know how it feels to have a ball hit to you in the outfield.

Chloe Ga said

at 12:58 pm on May 21, 2015

I like all your sonnets! You did a really good job rhyming on your poems. Good job!

Ian M. said

at 1:00 pm on May 21, 2015

I like the video game one a lot, but I have to say my favorite is the one about fear lurking.

Kaylin K-T said

at 1:00 pm on May 21, 2015

I liked your poem about the video game. I had a clear visual of the knight and the main narrator at war.

Chloe Gr said

at 1:00 pm on May 21, 2015

I like your outfielder poem because it is always boring when nobody hits the ball into the outfield, then when they do it surprises you.

Rebecca F. said

at 1:01 pm on May 21, 2015

I liked your poem about the outfield and your list poem about fear because they were very interesting, descriptive, and familiar.

Charles S said

at 1:02 pm on May 21, 2015

I loved the wingspark because " I get the reference, and that reference"

Seth M said

at 1:02 pm on May 21, 2015

I like your outfielder poem I have played in the out field and it does get boring and that is what I did to just kick the dandelions.

kevin b said

at 1:37 pm on May 21, 2015

I liked the red and blue poem because it gave a descriptive thought about what you were trying to say

Dylan F said

at 1:40 pm on May 21, 2015

I can really relate to your outfield moment because I was outfield with you.

Brinna E. said

at 8:48 am on May 22, 2015

Good job on the "outfielder" poem you explained what it feels like really well.

Julie M said

at 12:29 pm on May 22, 2015

I liked the "Outfielder" poem because you explained it well. I also liked how you put pictures by every poem to give it more meaning.

Morganne M said

at 12:42 pm on May 22, 2015

I like your sonnets. Your did a really good job rhyming!

Cassi M said

at 1:17 pm on May 25, 2015

Zander, you did really well on your poems I don't know what one was my favorite, but I like that you are excited about electronics.

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