Sounds Of A Forest - By: Sloan Tunnicliffe
Deep in the forest an old tree stands, beside a girl with a stick in her hand.
The tall tree, so powerful and strong, the broken stick so weak and wrong.
Bushes shiver of little critters, dashing and running from here to there.
A young deer and her daughter, watch the trees from far below in the place they call their home.
Flowers whine and twine beside the rushing waters of the river.
Bubble and bobble, whish and wash.
Down the water goes into the pond, this forest will stand till the rising dawn.
Please give a detailed explanation about the meaning and main idea of this poem.:
A nature hike on the Lexw Qwom trail inspired this poem. The author took a outside prespectice of the nature, and listened, observed and wrote this poem alongside everything written.
Please explain your writing and thought process regarding this poem.: I looked for little details that would all string together to create a story in poem form.
Why did you choose to write this poem?:
School assignment for a poem project.
Do you have any tips or anything to share with the youth writers who may be reading this?:
Things you can write poems about:
Words from a dictionary or a book.