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Sensory Poems Inspired by Nikki Giovanni’s “knoxville, tn”
hollidaysburg, pa by JW You can see the lush mountains Taste the sweet apples Touch the jagged rocks Smell the flowers Hear the chirp of the birds
lancaster, pa by AG This is a very pretty town. Where Amish rule the world there. You get… jam, pies, jellies, fillings, and good food. Most of the food comes from The Amish when they come around. They are tasty.
somewhere, tn by CF I love Somewhere, Tennessee in the summer you can smell the fresh air, you can see the trees and flowers also all the butterflies
duncansville, pa by LR In Duncansville I smell the fresh flowers and taste warm apple pie I feel the smooth grass and look at the sky I even hear birds chirping why why can’t we fly
virginia beach, va August is my favorite month because I go to Virginia Beach I like it a lot because of the food and I can feel the hot sun I smell the cool water I can hear and see seagulls next I taste the delicious food then when it’s over I would wait until next year! by KB
atlanta, ga by ES I love the vacation Southeast smell the coke made in factories hear cars honking by running seeing the cities eating the peaches growing in the state feeling breezes as I run and soon school is back. Boo-hoo.
new york, ny by DH i can smell the burning trash, the buildings stacked one hundred high, the blaring honks of yellow taxies, the brisk chill of morning breeze, i can taste the smoke from the cars’ exhaust, and yet… i can’t get enough of it
hilton head island, sc That is my favorite vacation place, you can smell the salty smell from the beautiful ocean, see the loose, swaying palm trees, taste the salty, and delicious sea food from the ocean, feel the warm water and the warm sand in and on your feet and hands, and hear the loud sound of the snow white seagulls. by BL
kittyhawk, nc by AS I like Kittyhawk most of all You go to the beach and sit out in the sun and taste the salty air and feel the sand with my feet and see the seemingly endless ocean over the horizon and taste the food of the sea and listen to the waves crashing down and touching the washed up shells on shore.
froid, mt by HS Summers are very hot Winters are bitter cold You see the houseless fields I hear the neighing horses I hear the mooing cows I smell the farms I taste the luscious cabbage That was grown in Grandma’s garden
duncansville, pa by MJ In PA, fun to live there when you walk outside I see cars driving by houses and yards at peoples houses. I smell the flowers planted in the soil. I also smell gas at gas stations. I hear cars going by. My footsteps hitting the sidewalks. I touch the grass all slippery and green. I feel a tree trunk hard and brown. I taste the apples from the fresh apple trees. The pears from the pear trees also. I talk to the birds saying good morning. Saying good day to the neighbors. Duncansville is a mysterious place.
jacksonville, fl by AS In Jacksonville, Florida, you can smell the salt from the ocean You can touch the palm trees. The sound of the seagulls is great In Florida you can see all the green grass. In Jacksonville you can taste the fresh oysters from the sea.
duncansville, pa In Duncansville you smell the flowers in the air. You hear the birds outside. You see the sun rise and set every night. In Duncansville you touch the green, green grass. You taste the fruits and plants. by AB
yellowstone, mt I love Yellowstone, Yellowstone is the place to be. When you want to go somewhere you’ll be happy. You’ll see wildlife of any kind, including bears, elk, deer, and many others. Hot springs are plentiful but you have to be careful. The water is hot and all you smell is sulfur. The greatest of them all is Old Faithful, tons of visitors come to see her every year. All through Yellowstone you’ll find things to please you whether it’s wildlife, hot springs, or any of the other things that Yellowstone has. You’ll hear all the birds chirping and feel the rocky ground beneath your feet. That is why I love Yellowstone, Montana. by CS
winchester, va by RS I open up my window and I smell the fresh green grass. I get out and pet the horse I went to see. I can see the never ending pastures around me. I can hear horses neighing it is music to my ears. I mount up on the horse and I trot him and dust rises and I can taste it in my mouth, gritting between my teeth.
duncansville, pa by AF I am quite fond of fall I feel the leaves we have a ball, I live in Pennsylvania in a quaint little town called Duncansville. In the fall we drink and smell hot cocoa after coming in from cold harsh weather. We go to bed early, then wake up and end up bright. In Duncansville, Pennsylvania we give thanks there a lot. When the turkey comes a knocking we will test how good he tastes by gobbling him up. I hear the rustle of the leaves as they are on the go. I see fall right there and there it goes goodbye!
stratton, vt by IM I love Stratton, Vermont for it is fun going skiing down a steep hill or when you get cold you can go inside and get a hot chocolate or any hot beverage that you would like. You could smell the wintry snow or taste snow sprayed on our face and you can feel snow as it gets kicked in your face and you see a white blanket on the ground which is called snow and people ski all over it you hear your skis brushing on the snow or hear the fake snow being sprayed on the trail and once you finish get on a lift and do this all over again!
altoona, pa I love Altoona in the spring You can do many things outside and inside I love spring In the spring you can watch birds and butterflies You can smell the fresh flowers You can taste fresh corn soon You can hear the birds chirping You can touch the new blooming flowers soft texture Best of all you can go to grandma’s house to taste the fresh blackberries by AD
wildwood, nj In New Jersey you smell the open sea. You hear the seagulls screaming. You touch the sandy beaches, the smooth sea, and the breezy wind in your face. You taste the salty water and the hotel service food. You see the girls tanning, the seagulls fighting, people playing in the sand the sea. by MB