Feast on Words

by Sophie Nadel, age 14
Feast on Words Sophie Nadel is at her second year at Writopia Lab and has been writing for a very long time. It was only recently, however, that her writing became good. She has won several awards in Scholastic contests for her writing and a few other contests, too. Sophie reads a lot and likes video games and referring to herself in the third person.

“Similes are some great stuff

I can never get enough

Metaphors are like chamomile tea

Subtle but strong enough for me”

When it comes to reading, I’m quite a pig; every word is licked up clean

Each taste has an exquisite flavor–bitter, sweet, and in between

I consume the sentences through the mouths of my eyes

I will snack on words of any shape and size

And let my brain digest them

 

Every paragraph makes an elaborate feast

The tastes and textures-a hundred at least!

The symbols always taste the best

And take the longest to digest

The dialogue is just divine

Quotations and tags are always so fine

Similes are some great stuff

I can never get enough

Metaphors are like chamomile tea

Subtle but strong enough for me

 

And any other writing technique

Tastes new and special and very unique

Books, stories, fables, and tales, see–

Reading will never fail me

 

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