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The Cupcake Poem!!
Transcript of The Cupcake Poem!!
They put me in the oven to bake.
Me a deprived and miserable cake.
Feeling the heat I started to bubble.
Watching the others I knew I was in trouble
They opened the door and I started my life.
Frosting me with a silver knife.
Decorating me with candy jewels.
The rest of my batch looked like fools.
Lifting me up, she took off my wrapper.
Feeling the breeze, I wanted to slap her.
Opening her mouth with shiny teeth inside.
This was the day this cupcake had died.
What its about
The poem is about a cupcake being cooked, decorated and then eaten. the poem is written in first person from the cupcakes point of view. It was created because the person was in class one day and got bored and was really hungry, so he decided to write a poem about what was craving at the time.
The line "feeling the breeze, I wanted to slap her" Gives the cupcake, an inanimate object, human qualities.
The poem suggests images of the cupcake being made and iced. It suggest images of the cupcake slapping the person.
In this poem the person uses specific techniques to make the cupcake have a personality. This poem makes the cupcake have human qualities which make the poem more interesting and it captures the audience and it makes it unique.
The poet uses rhyme as a way to capture the audience and to enhance the poem and to make it more interesting.
"I was in class one day and I got bored and was really hungry, so I decided to write a poem about what I was craving at the time!!"
The poetic convention of the poem is the rhyme. By using this the creator has made the poem more interesting and more fun to read. it also enhances the poem.
Another convention is the use of imagery in it. It helps the readers to visualize the poem. It also helps the readers connect to the poem.
By Chloe Lee