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How to write Cinquain Poems

CINQUAIN POEM
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Jennifer Knight

on 31 October 2013

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Transcript of How to write Cinquain Poems

How to write Cinquain Poems
What is a Cinquain Poem?
A five line poem that describes a noun.
What is the layout?
Line 1
NOUN
Line 2
TWO ADJECTIVES
Line 3
THREE VERBS
Line 4
PHRASE
Line 5
SYNONYM
Line 1
NOUN
One word that tells what your poem is about
The subject
Line 2
TWO ADJECTIVES


Line 3
THREE VERBS
Describes something that your subject does
ends in -ing
Line 4
PHRASE





Line 5
SYNONYM
One or two words that renames what your poem is about
NOUN
A person, place or thing



Fall
Autumn
Leaves
Pumpkin
Apple
Turkey
Halloween
Thanksgiving
Orchard
Corn

ADJECTIVES
Describe a nouns
Red
Yellow
Brown
Cold
Big
Small
Delicious
Soft
Fluffy
Dry
Orange
Chilly
Cool
Crisp
Hot
Glittery
Perfect
Describes your subject
Describes something else about your subject
VERBS
Action word that describes what your subject is doing
Blowing
Dancing
Jumping
Crashing
Rolling
Bouncing
Squeaking
Shinning
Twinkling
Tip-toeing
Floating
Dreaming
Stumbling
Imagining
Climbing
Soaring
Digging
Hibernating
Sliding
Tumbling
Skipping
Singing
Yelling
A Phrase
my favorite season
leaves and twigs in the wind
hundreds on the ground
my favorite snack
love of my life
playful bundle of joy
making a rustling sound
vivid in color
dropped from sky
A SYNONYM
Another name for the title
Renames what your poem about
Found in a Thesaurus
HARVEST
JACK-O-LATERN
ROUND
TIME OF YEAR
FRUIT
SQUASH
CROP
SEASON
PRODUCE
VEGETABLE
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Gobbling
Flying
Crunching
Hairy
Spooky
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