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We created a word bank of words that rhymed with "you" like: do, true, shoe, glue, stew, two, Cthulhu...
Then we thought of a theme, like Halloween.
And created 4 line poems, that had 4 syllables in each line with a rhyme at the end of lines 2 and 4.
If you have to "cheat"- meaning you have 5 or 6 syllables in a line, that's OK, just don't do it too often or you will lose the mimicking structure that I assigned.
There are two examples below to give you ideas.
Here's one where I used the "oo" rhyme:
Zombies are green,
They're looking for you.
Don't close your eyes,
They'll get you too.
Here's one where I changed the rhyming word (and cheated on the syllable rule in one line):
Zombies want brains,
Shiny and pink.
But your head is empty,
you're safe, I think.