Six Room Image Poetry Process

During the course of the week, we focused on writing a poem using the 6 Room Image Poetry Process.  I think that this way of writing poems was really helpful with the ideas and the some core things you can have in your poem to make it stronger. There are six imaginative rooms that slowly lead you to writing a great poem. This is the structure and the final product of my poem:

Room 1- Photograph/Image

Under the sea

under the sea

Room 2- Lighting

a blue area with the slightest patches of light

Room 3- Sound

a peaceful yet deadly silence, I hear nothing but my own breathing

Room 4- Question
Why am I contraped in this beautiful yet mysterious underworld?   Why, why, why am I here?

Room 5- Your feelings

I feel curious and amazed at the same time

Room 6- Three words/phrases that you must have in your poem

Why, why, why

Under the Sea
I’m floating,
In silence,
Like I’m floating in space,
In a blue world of sea,
With the slightest patches of light before me,
It’s a peaceful yet deadly silence,
I hear nothing but my own breathing,
I ask myself,
Why, why, why am I here?
Can’t I go back to our real world,
I don’t know what to feel,
Curiousity is biting me away,
But amazement makes me want to stay,
Why am I contrapped in this beautiful yet mysterious underworld?
I have so many questions to answer,
I am clueless to this world under us,
I see a few fish,
Lazily swimming around,
But, something is interfering with my view,
Bubbles,
Bubbles from my oxygen mask,
Floating up,
Up,
Up,
As if they are trying to escape,
Escape from Under the Sea.

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