Snowball

I made myself a snowball
As perfect as could be.
I thought I'd keep it as a pet
And let it sleep with me.
I made it some pajamas
And a pillow for its head.
Then last night it ran away,
But first - it wet the bed.



Questions
My interpretation of this poem is because I like when poems rhyme and they have a rythme to itself and that is what exactly this poem does.
The figurative language that I can identify is personification because the author says that the snowball wet the bed and personification is when you give a object human like features and wetting the bed is what a human would do not a snowball.
I think my poem is a free verse because it has a rhythme and it rhymes.
I think the mood of the poem at first is happy cause the author had a snowball but then once it runs away the mood changes to sadness.

I chose this poem because it rhymes and it has good wording to it!

I chose this picture because my poem is about a snowball and this is one.
I chose this picture because my poem is about a snowball and this is one.
The author of the poem that I chose is Shel Silverstein. Shel was born September 25, 1932 and he died on May 9, 1999. Shel wrote childerens books and he was a poet. One children book that he wrote is The Giving Tree.