How can I organize my Poem on Cheez-it crackers? 11 sentences long!
Any poem on Cheez-it crackers should prove delicious. Here is how I recommend that you set up the organization of your poem:
Use imagery and bold descriptive words to describe the smell, taste, and crunchiness of the Cheez-its.
Describe the first time you ever ate a Cheez-it and what your reaction was to its delicious cheesiness. Use a simile to define your experience: like, 'eating the Cheez-it was better than Christmas morning.'
Give details on the many uses of Cheez-it crackers: as a snack, with soups, like chips with a sandwich. It is such a versatile little cracker. Use figurative language (like a metaphor or simile) to compare how useful or wonderful the cracker is to some other unrelated object or thing.
Last two lines of your poem should deliver some hard-hitting truth about the beauty and validity of the Cheez-it, a gift from heaven as surely as unique as the soft-petalled daisies or the nightingale's song. We should all learn to treasure Cheez-it crackers as more than just a snack, but a way of life. This is a fun idea for a poem, and I highly recommend that you incorporate as much figurative language into the poem as possible.