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Imagery January 6, 2010

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Here’s where you post your samples of lines of imagery.  One complete sentence for every type of imagery we discussed in class.  GO FOR IT!

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1. isnad - January 6, 2010

the icy breeze wind made my mouth warery

the boys eyes were filled with anger

the boy moved his eyes with speed.

i could feel the girls anger

did you heare her sad stomch

today i saw my brothers feeling

ammerahsaidi - January 6, 2010

Isnad–try again. These sentences are simplistic lacking any imagery. “The boy moved his eyes with speed”–this is you TELLING me, not SHOWING me.

2. Danielle Mallad - January 6, 2010

She felt icicles growing the tip of her organs every step she took.

As the yellow golden eye raises from below the waters, the turquoise ocean roared to live as it hit the shore ahead.

He tasted food from heaven.

My stomach is growling for energy.

ammerahsaidi - January 6, 2010

WOW–I would LOVE if you used the second sample to write a new story. What a truly imagistic beginning–pulls readers right in.

3. Latife Alsayed - January 6, 2010

The river flowed as if it were melted choclate.

His eyes were so red as if he was cutting onions.

HIs face felt as clear as the blue sky.

HIs voice was like a lions roar.

He smelt as if he has never showered in his life.

ammerahsaidi - January 6, 2010

Booooo! Latife–I read your story. You could do MUCH better than these sentences. You’re telling me, not showing me.

4. Amina Halwani - January 6, 2010

Visual: Her face was as pale as snow

Tactile: His hands were as rough as the the cement we walk on

Auditory: They sang out loud for all to hear in hormony

Olfactory: The street smelled as if it were garbage day

Gustatory: This candy is so sweet its like the flavor is dancing on my tongue

Kinesthetic: He sprinted as fast as a cheetah

Ms.Saidi, i accidently posted this on our class blog too

ammerahsaidi - January 6, 2010

Yeah, I read that. Tis okay.

Some of these are less than spectacular. The visual one is VERY typical. Snow comes to a million people’s minds when they think of white. Imagery pushes our thinking and connections. Your auditory and gustatory came close. Give it another shot perhaps?

5. shiama - January 7, 2010

the breeze made me dance.
The adolescent manufactured a cake.

6. nasrine mourad - January 7, 2010

where r the picters so i can make a comment!!

7. GABY BEYDOUN - January 7, 2010

SHE WAS SCARED AS IF SHE WAS IN A HORROR MOVIE LISTENING TO THE RUMBLE IN HER HEART…SHE WAS SWEATING WHEN SHE LOOKED AT THE SUN TO PICTURE HIS SMILE….ANNA HAD THE SWEET TASTE OF CANDY WHEN SHE GAZED INTO HIS EYES…….LOVE WAS FINALLY IN THE AIR WHEN THE SNOW FLAKES FELL FROM THE SKY WHEN SHE FELT HIM TOUCH HER AND SAY GOOD-BYE….ANNA WAS DAY DREAMING WHEN SHE SMELT HIS COLOGNE AS HE WALKED AWAY, SHE HAD HER HANDS IN THE AIR AS IF SHE WAS HOLDING A BEAR AND SHE QUICKLY OPENED HER EYES AND JUST LIKE MAGIC NO ONE WAS THERE……

8. shiama - January 7, 2010

wHAT PICS

9. shiama - January 7, 2010

WHAT PICturesS???????

10. salwa - January 7, 2010

Visual imagery: the girl’s body is straighter than a road, and as slimy as a stick.
Auditory imagery: her voice was soft and low as a pigeon. Her lips were moving as if she was licking honey.
Gustatory imagery: when I think of sour gum, a pond covers my tongue.
Tactile imagery: Her checks were made up of fur.
Olfactory imagery: his breath is stingier than a rotten meat.
Kinesthetic imagery: she was moving her body from side to side. If someone saw her he/ she will think that she has a broken leg.

11. salwa - January 7, 2010

miss am sill struggling with imagery.evey time i want to writ somting i end up using eaither simile or matophor.

12. Amanda Fawaz - January 7, 2010

visual- Her cheeks were as red as an apple.
tactile- Her hand was as soft as a baby’s bottom.
auditory- The wind sounded like ocean waves.
olfactory- She smelled like a red rose.
gustatory- The pizza tasted like i was walking on sunshine.
kinesthetic- They ran like cheetahs.

13. ALAA NASSER - January 7, 2010

visual- his eyes are red as the heart in your body.
tactile- his claws are sharp as the edge of an axe.
auditory- the thunder in the air sounds like a bomb exploding
olfactory-it smells like an Ferocious animal.
gustatory-the body’s on the battlefield tasted raw.
kinesthetic- he ran like a dagster

14. Bri`Ana Fletcher - January 8, 2010

YAYYY!!!! Computer works!!!!! Im sorry that I am late! :(

Visual: The boy looked as if a bit of joy crossed his glittering eye.
Tactile: The bed feels as if I was laying on a ball of cotton in the middle of the sky.
Auditory: I love the sound of the birds melancholy in harmony on a sunny day.
Olfactory: The diaper smells as if it was sprayed by a skunk.
Gustatory:This food tastes as though it was undercooked.
Kinesthetic: A heavy breeze was twirling around me like a tornado.

15. Mohamed Sayegh - January 12, 2010

VISUAL: His face is as pale as a mint.

TACTICLE: The boy was as cold as a frozen lake.

OLFACTERY: The man felt like he was sitting in a garbage bin.

AUDITORY: The wind was louder then a heard of bulls.

GUSTATORY: The cookies tatsted as if they were rat infested.

KINESTHETIC: The trees were shaking like an earthquake.

16. alaa nasser - January 13, 2010

visual- his body is as big as the big show.
tactile- his biceps are big as the computer.
auditory- he screaming of him is the sound of a lion.
olfactory-his smell is very crappy as the smell of bathroom in school.
gustatory-he likes to taste eggs as they tasted people ran away.
kinesthetic- he fights like a Ferocious Beast!

17. abeer - January 13, 2010

The house was as scary as a haunted house.The front door creaked as loud as a baby crying for her mother. As she put her hand on to the door knob she could feel the bumpy dust filled grime on the knob. As she tried to find the light switch she could here a rustling sound which came from all over the dust filled floors of the what appeared to be ancient living room. The folded up bed sheets no longer white had been inhabited by some sort of large black insect .

18. saba - January 13, 2010

visual- the sky looked as soft as a new born baby’s skin.
tactile- her forehead was as hot as a volcano.
olfactory- he stinked as if he has been living he whole life in an alley full of garbage
auditory- the baby’s crying was so loud that i needed earplugs
gustatory- the rice was as hard as rocks.
kinesthetic- he moved so fast that i didnt know how much legs he has

19. notforshow. - January 13, 2010

visual- it was as if her hair where strings of ruby
tactile- it looked like a white tipped volcano was in the middle of his face asking to be popped
olfactory- it was like i just walked into a room of rotten eggs
auditory- i turned my face and squinted my eyes as windows began to shatter and my ears began to bleed
gustatory- it was softer then a babys butt.
kinesthetic- he jet passed us like a bolt of lightning

Bri`Ana Fletcher - January 13, 2010

Who ever did this one is very good!!!!

notforshow - January 14, 2010

thanks bri’ana

lol im not ganna put my name cuz she thinks i do it for show.
(;

20. Sahal Saleh - January 13, 2010

Visual: People stared after the new vehicle was unveiled, the crimson body, the aerodynamic shape, it was breathtaking.
Auditory: The leaves rustled in the wooshing of the wind.
Olfactory: The aroma which clouded my thoughts was one I would never forget – it was simply amazing.
Gustatory: After eating Chinese food for the frist time, I wondered why I havn’t tried it before.
Tactile: The warm sand between my toes, the ocean crashing onto my feet, it is a feeling that I will remember forever.
Kinesthetic: The cobra slithered silently through the grass before slowly squeezing its prey to death.

21. Aya Awada - January 13, 2010

Visual: The gold on her hand was as bright and shiny as the sun.
Tactile: The bed in her room was as soft as a new born babies skin.
Olfactory:The boy smelt like he never took a shower in years.
Auditory: The charming bird whistled like the gentle wind.
Gustatory: The cold pizza tasted like it was never placed in the oven.
Kinestic: The heavy trees shook fast as the earthquake passed by.

22. Nebal Hammoud - January 13, 2010

Olfactory: The animal in the field smelled like garbage.

Visual: It was beautiful how the colors on the flower were unique.

Kinestheic: The person knocked on the door, and everyone heard a movement.

Gustatory: The ice cream was very cold against the sensative teeth.

Auditory: We all heard lightning stike as the storm continued.

Tactile: I felt a shock of electricity as I plugged in the laptop cord.

23. Nashwa - January 13, 2010

Auditory~ the music in the car was so loud you can hear it from 20 miles away
Gustatory~the turkey tasted like dead flesh
Oldfactory~ the boy smelled like a dead cat
Tactile~ the girl’s skin felt rough just like a tree bark
Visual~ the guys head looked like a egg
Kinestheic~ the kid ran faster then a cheta

24. Hamzah Aldhaheri - January 14, 2010

Visual: The boy was as cold as a ice cube.
Olfactory:The molded food was as smelly as a dead dog.
Kinesthetic: He boxes like a professional boxer.
Gustatory: That taco was as nasty as a molded egg.
Tactile: The marble felt as rough as a scratched up wood.
Auditory:The baby screamed as loud as a hurricane alarm.

25. ALAA NASSER - January 14, 2010

visual- i am hot in school as a flame in hot cettieos bag
tactile-when i go to class i feel fresh as i was taking a steamy hot shower.
auditory- the sound that comes out of me is the sound of a boss just like a suited man .
olfactory- i smell amazingly good such as the wind in the shy .
gustatory- man i like to taste soft fresh baked lays such as the poeple get baked and layed on the floor.
kinesthetic-i move very fast as the shy is limit homie.

26. Aya Abulhassan - January 14, 2010

Visual- Her cheeks were as red as an apple.

Tactile- Her head was as cold as a block of ice.

Auditory- I could hear our neighbor’s music all the way next door.

Olfactory- She smelled like flowers.

Gustatory- The pizza tasted out of this world.

Kinesthetic- They ran as fast as a cheetah.

27. Nadeen Ajami - January 14, 2010

~Visual- Her face was as blue as a blue berry.
~Tactile- Her head was as hot as a cooking pot.
~Auditory- I could hear the babies crying on the next block.
~Olfactory- She smelled like roses.
~Gustatory- All the green foods tasted bad on my mashed potatos.
~Kinesthetic- They ran as slow as a turtle.

28. Ahmed Saab - January 14, 2010

visual- Her face lit up once she walked into a room.
tactile- I shivered as if it was snowing upon me.
auditory- I heard the creeks and screams of the door.
Olfactory- The smell of the incredible cake called my name.
guistatory-It tasted like death waiting for me.
kinesthetic-I madly ran across the stage to gain attention.

29. husam ateyia - January 14, 2010

the water was clear as the sky
wow he can reach the sky
it was raining blood out of his head


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