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Memories of a Childhood

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Memories of a Childhood I will remember The smell of an evening night with a light breeze The taste of milk chocolate swirling around The sound of an owl on moon light night A cocktail stick on my finger I will remember The smell of a poppy field The feeling of an apple touching my lips The sound of bird song in the morning An icicle touching my ear at night I will remember The smell of a chain saw cutting a tree The melting feeling of ice in my mouth The sound of a fog horn by the sea A bee sting on my leg I will remember The smell of the seaside The ...read more.


further instructions were it had to be based on childhood or children our teacher suggested we could base our writing on past childhood experiences. I thought about what interesting events I could write about unfortunately I drew a blank so I had to go down another track. I finally settled on using feelings and emotions as the backbone to my work. I brain stormed some ideas down on paper leading of from the five senses. I came up with a lot of ideas, out of which I selected the most memorable events, and phases that bring tastes to the plate, and smells to the nostril and so forth. ...read more.


I tried to continue this with all my sentences creating sounds and smells as you read the poem in order to get the audience hooked and make it more interesting to read. My only major problem came at the end when I tried to finish the poem, I had to change the style to prevent a blent ending. I tried to make it more formal, in a way, so the reader could tell the poem was finishing. To insure there was not an anticlimax I made sure that I had a lasting point and/or an emotional ending. Nothing is more fitting to fill the role as love it is the most important feeling and emotion and without it your lost. ...read more.

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