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janiefosho909

  • 3 years ago

It is time to let those creative juices flow and transform yourself from Investigative Reporter to Fireside Poet! As you read the poems by Holmes and Longfellow, we hope you noticed both poems have a common theme - death or the end of an era - yet their endings seem uplifting. Use this theme in your creation. You are to write a poem. In your poem, use the theme, death or the end of an era. Make sure to give your poem a title. Your poem may rhyme or not. The length of the poem should be from four lines to one page.

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  1. HadynSierra
    • 3 years ago
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    I had to do that . Are you homeschooled ????

  2. HadynSierra
    • 3 years ago
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    I did one for me & my cousin ! I'll do one for you too if you want . Just give me a few minutes .

  3. janiefosho909
    • 3 years ago
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    yeahh im homeschool

  4. miggy
    • 3 years ago
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    I need help with this one too!!! :(

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