17th September Morning Blog Post Challenge

Welcome to the blog post challenge.

Below is an example of a blog post written by Pie.

Image Poem

The moon is

as pale as a swan,

like an albino eye staring.

Silver thumbprint.

An apple is

as red as Snow White’s blood,

like a sweet planet.

Blossom’s dream.

A frozen lake is

as smooth as a Lamborghini,

like a giant’s crystalised mirror.

Winters’ camouflage.


A pencil is

as sharp as a cross word,

like a dynamite stick of ideas.

Imagination-crafter.

A wave is

as loud as cymbals crushing,

like a hair cut of water curling.

Surfer’s delight.

A swan is

as white as a bride’s dress,

like a graceful dance of feathers.

A glide of savage beauty.

© Pie Corbett 2020

Metaphor Maps

Windows:

glass eyes;

open mouths.

Candles:

white, slight figures;

inedible sticks of rock.

Pillows:

soft Wheetabix;

purse of dreams.

Fingernails:

jagged moons;

a fist of suns.

Leaves:

frail maps;

lost starfish.

Lightning:

Hair-thin cracks in a vase;

disease strokes the dark.

© Pie Corbett 2020

 

 AS poem

As quick as a tick,

as slow as a brick in a wall,

as loud as a planet exploding,

as quiet as a mouse praying,

as misty as steam on morning coffee,

as sad as a lost baby’s shoe,

as happy as a first birthday,

as cold as frozen raspberry gelato,

as hot as melted toffee on ice cream,

as tired as a teacher after a day in school,

as lively as a bare electric wire,

as tall as King Kong stretching on his toes,

as distant as the last note of a song fading.

© Pie Corbett 2020

Use the form below to write your poem and then submit it so it can be ready and commented on by a much wider audience.

Create your blog post (morning session)

  • Eg. Dragons should be able to live in our local area by Jamie.
  • Remember to double check your writing before you submit.
  • Select your school.

Please record your poem by using the Padlet below. Here are some brief instructions on how you can use Padlet to capture your voice:

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