I also want to be Prince Escalus because he doesn't let anyone have a fight.
Once in Italy, in a place called Verona, lived two disgraceful families, the Montagues and the Capulets. They fought each other almost every single day.
Then Prince Escalus said angrily, "Don't make your lives more miserable than they already are. Put your weapons down, or your lives will be lost!"
" Where's Romeo?" asked Lord Montague. "He's always coming home late, weeping and locking himself away in his room."
"I promise I will solve the problem," said Benvolio.
"What's wrong?" asked Benvolio.
"I love Rosaline, but she doesn't love me," said Romeo.
"You know what?" said Benvolio. "Let's gate crash the Capulets' party. I bet there's even prettier ladies there that you might want to meet."
After writing group and class haiku poems, each student had to write a haiku independently. We used our class garden for inspiration. Some wrote a haiku based on a photo of one of our monarch butterflies which hatched in our garden earlier this year, others looked elsewhere around the garden. We learned how to get maximum impact from only 17 syllables. We also learned how to hyphenate adjectives to help make our descriptions more precise. Here are some of the results: