So, in language arts, we're writing poems, and this one girl and her friend keep on taunting us because my sister and I are slow at coming up with ideas. They make fun of us because they don't think our poems are deep. My sister and I got together and decided that we are going to write a series of 'deep' poems to give to her, so that they'll know that we're talented at the art of poetry and we're just as capable of writing poetry as they are. What do we write about? How do we make our poems deep without it getting completely ridiculous? Also, for language arts, my extended metaphor poem is based on the theme "Revenge is a shard of glass" but I really don't want to start off my poem with that exact phrase, since it's the title, so does anyone have any ideas on how my poem can start, without the title, and how I can make this rhyme? Do I even need a rhyme scheme? Would it look immature if some verses rhymed and some don't? Heeeelp!