This week we are hearing things, as we explore the use of ONOMATOPOEIA.
You will need to use the THREE onomatopoeic words in your response – which can be poetry or prose.
Our three words from Sarah this week using onomatopoeia are:
It had been a tiring day, and they were now looking forward to a relaxing. pleasant and calm evening. Finally they had some peace and quiet not to mention much needed privacy. The tent was cosy and warm, big enough to stand up in and divided into two parts, the inner sleeping quarters with camp beds and duvets all set out, and the outer section housed chairs, a picnic table and their cooking equipment.
As they munched on crisps and biscuits after a cooked meal, neither paid much heed to the howl of the wind outside, nor the sound of the rain on their canvas. It was quite soothing and before long, the pair were suitably drowsy to retire.
However, a resounding plop announced they had a leak in the outer canopy. Laughing, they simply moved a bucket across to the offending spot, then went to bed listening to a new tempo. It was quite an orchestration and they were soon fast asleep.