Cleopatra Poetry

26th January 2017
The Adventurers staff have been overjoyed with the quality of children's homework this term.  It shows that they are doing lots of their own research and are very enthusiastic about our topic.  Mr P simply had to share ALL of the acrostic poems that were handed in this week - it was impossible to choose just a few.
 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for lots of fighting

E for the hot country of Egypt.

On Egypt’s land, Cleopatra killed herself with a snake.

P is for pyramids built in Egypt.

A is for Antony, her husband.

T is for the Romans who took over Egypt.

R is for the mean Romans.

A is a pharaoh, Queen in Ancient Egypt.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for life, Cleopatra’s life.

E is for evil Romans who took over Egypt.

O is for Octavian who kidnapped Cleo.

P is for Pharaohs, like Cleopatra.

A is for Ancient Egypt, Cleo was a Pharaoh then.

T is for twins, Cleopatra’s kids.

R is for ruler, Cleopatra ruled with her brother.

A is for asp, the poisonous snake that killed Cleo.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for LOVEABLE LADY

E for EGYPTIAN ROYALTY

O is for OH DEAR, MY SISTER’S DIED

P is PHARAOH

AND I MARRIED MY HALF BROTHER

T is for TOTAL MEANIE!

R is for ROMAN LEADER.

AND I KILLED MY OLDER BROTHER!

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for lots of men she married.

E is for Egypt which has 180 pyramids.

O is for the other pharaohs who built the pyramids.

P is for pharaohs who rule Egypt.

A is for a snake that poisoned Cleopatra.

T is for the Cleopatra.

R is for the Romans who captured Egypt.

A is for all the people who helped the pharaohs in Egypt.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for love, Marc Antony was her love.

E is for Egypt, the place she was born and died.

O is for originally. Originally she ruled with her brother.

P is for Pharaoh, she was the last of them.

A is for Antony, he committed suicide after losing the Battle of Actium.

T is for the theory, there were lots of stories about her death.

R is for Rosetta Stone, the stone has her name on it.

A is for Alexandria, the place she was born.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for the love of Marc Antony.

E is for Egypt where she ruled.

O is for Octavian, Caesars grandnephew.

P is for pyramid where pharaohs were buried.

A is for Asp, the snake in the fig basket.

T is for tomb, where Cleopatra was buried.

R is for Rome where Marc Antony lived.

A is for Alexandria, where Cleopatra was born.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for lots of fighting

E for the hot country of Egypt.

On Egypt’s land, Cleopatra killed herself with a snake.

P is for pyramids built in Egypt.

A is for Antony, her husband.

T is for the romans who took over Egypt.

R is for the mean Romans.

A is a pharaoh, Queen in Ancient Egypt.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for love, she was in love with Marc Antony.

E is for Egypt where she lived.

O is for Octavian, who tried to take Cleopatra away.

P is for pyramids that the servants built.

A is for asp that bit Cleopatra on the chest.

T is for temples that Cleopatra built.

R is for Romans, who took Cleopatra’s place in Egypt.

A is for Alexandria, the place was Cleopatra’s home.

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for language, they wrote in hieroglyphics.

E for the Egypt, where she took her throne.

O is for Octavian, who won against Antony.

P is for Ptolmey, she was his daughter.

A is for Antony, he was her second husband.

T is for twice, the number of times she ruled.

R is for the River Nile, where her brother drowned.

A is for asp, the snake she allowed to kill her.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for love, Caesar and Marc Antony.

E for Egypt, where she reigned.

O is for Octavian, he was her enemy.

P is for Ptolemy, her son.

A is for Alexandria, where she was born.

T is for throne, which she sat on.

R is for ruled, she ruled Ancient Egypt for 21 years.

A is for Alexander, her son.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for Lepidus, who ruled Rome with Octavius and Marc Antony.

E is for Egypt, the country she ruled.

O is for Octavian (Augustus) who came to capture her.

P is for pyramid, tombs built in Egypt.

A is for asp, the snake that she let bite her chest.

T is for the tomb she sleeps in.

R is for Rome, where the Romans lived.

A is for Marc Antony, she was his girlfriend.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for let, she let a poisonous snake bite her chest to die.

E is for Egypt, the country that she ruled.

O is for Octavian, who had captured Cleopatra.

P is for Pharaohs, who were the kings and queens.  Cleopatra was the last one.

A is for a run, a pharaoh had to run around his castle every four years or they would get sacrificied.

T is for Tutankhamen, he was a pharaoh before Cleopatra.

R is for Romans, who didn’t catch Cleopatra because she let a poisonous snake bite her chest.

A is for Antony, who Cleopatra married.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for last, the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.

E is for Egypt, that Cleopatra ruled well.

O is for Octavian, he beat Cleopatra in battle.

P is for poisonous cobra, which bit her on the chest to kill her.

A is for attractive, Cleopatra could attract men.

T is for terminal, Cleopatra was the last pharaoh of Egypt.

R is for resilient ruler, the Egyptians loved her for it.

A is for Antony, Cleopatra loved Julius Caesar and Marc Antony.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

L is for love, Julius Caesar and Marc Antony.

E is for Egypt, the land made of sand.

O is for Octavian, Caesars adopted son.

P is for prosperity and peace, which she gave back.

A is for Actium, the Great Sea Battle.

T is for three, two sons and a daughter.

R is for Rome, the Roman Empire which Egypt became part of.

A is for Alexandria, where she was born.

 

 

C is for Caesar, the man who helped her take back Egypt.

Last one of the Pharaohs.

Egyptian was the language she learnt.

Often known for her beauty.

Posion from a snake killed Cleopatra.

Alexandria, Egypt where she was born.

They needed 700 donkeys to provide milk for her baths.

Ruled Egypt with her father then her brother.

Art and films are made about her.