Descriptive Writing Summative Task

By: Akash Chanderdat

Abstract Noun Poems


Surprised is an explosion of colours

It tastes like warm cookies out of the oven

It smells like a garden of fresh red roses

And it reminds me of flying colours

It sounds like a loud mob of people

Surprised makes me feel like enjoying life to the fullest


Sadness is navy blue.

It tastes like sour lemons.

It smells like smoke from a burning building.

And it reminds me of a dark prison.

It sounds like a dark thunder cloud.

Sadness makes me feel like being alone.

Descriptive Writing

Baseball Game

I was able to hear the loud sounds of people screaming at the top of their lungs because the baseball ball players were sprinting on to the field. As they were sprinting on to the field, the loud announcer announces the names of the players on the grassy field. Their profile picture was appearing one after the other on the HD jumbo-tron. The air was filled with the scents of hot-dogs and slushies. People who were buying them, I can see the way they got it out of their hands, the hot dogs were hot like fire and the slushies were cold as a million ice cubes. The baseball players were pitching balls, hitting balls and catching balls the entire time. Sometimes the players would hit it into the stands and it would hit people in the face, they would suddenly start crying. It is a once and lifetime thing to observe at the baseball game, the team you have been cheering for gets a home run, every one out of their seats, hands in the air and screaming at the top of their lungs. The game is over and the team is taking group pictures so they can be in the out of date newspaper and the more modern internet websites. People are taking selfies and talking about things that are none of other peoples business. People are slowly exiting the stadium and suddenly gets empty within seconds. Stadium workers immediately start to clean the stadium and then at the end of the day, it is abandoned, dark and no one it sight.

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Akash's Poem for 2 voices