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Kathie Glick

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You Can Come Too Poem

Write a poem modeled after Robert Frost's poem "You Can Come Too." To get started: Think about chores that you have to do. But a sibling or friend is nearby. You'd love to visit with them while you work. Follow the pattern of the poem. Line 1: Tells where you are going Lines 2 and 3 have rhyming words at the end. You can use the rhyming dictionary https://rhymenow.com/ Line 4 is always "I won't be there long. --- You can come too." Stanza break Repeat Lines 5-7 with different details Line 8: "I won't be there long. --- You can come too. Don't forget to give your poem a title!

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Reading
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Graphic with the poem can be found at Fine Art America https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-pasture-by-robert-frost-zal-latzkovich.html The Pasture by Robert Frost and a bit about Robert Frost can be found at https://poets.org/poem/pasture