Kids Shape Poetry Competition Entries 7

We've saved the best till last. The final flurry on entries contained some exceptionally good shape poems written by children who had clearly bided their time and put a great deal of thought and effort into their compositions. The day of judgement is nigh.

The Window

A window visual poem

The window in my own room is an inspiration for this poem. Both my window and the poem are very close to my heart.
Created by Madhurima, aged 14, from New Delhi, India

Mimi and Pippa

A visual poem in the form of two dogs

A visual poem about Toby's two dogs, who are described as hairy, scary, chewy menaces as all good dogs should be.
Created by Toby, who is aged 9 and lives in Ratoath, County Meath, Ireland.

My Little Sisters

A visual poem about sisters

Leila's shape poem is about her two little sisters who are a mixed blessing, but definitely a blessing all the same. Incidentally, Toby and Leila are twins, but their poems look nothing like one another. Or do they?
Created by Leila, who's 9 and lives in Ratoath, County Meath, Ireland.

Moon

A visual poem about sisters

I choose the topic "moon" because I love the sight of moon. I love to write shape poetry too.
Created by Sehen, who is 7 and lives in Sri Lanka

My Noisy Sister

A visual poem about sisters

I love to write shape poems very much and because of my sister I wrote this poem.
Created by Sehen, who is 7 and lives in Sri Lanka

The Kite

A kite shape poem

A shape poem in the form of a flying kite which cleverly combines elements of true shape and twisted shape poetry and is also a beautifully written poem.
Created by Anuradha, aged 16 who lives in Chennai, India

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