Examples of Onomatopoeia in Nature Onomatopoeia in Nature Poems. It SHUSHES. It hushes The loudness in the road. It flitter-twitters, And laughs away from me. It laughs a lovely whiteness, And whitely whirs away - "Cynthia in the Snow" by Gwendolyn Brooks . Piddle-paddle, piddle-paddle, splash, splash, splash Into the pool with a great big dash! - "Piddle-Paddle" by Jaymie Gerard Rainforest Poem Pdf - maineinmotion The Tyger Handwriting Poem Pack The tracing and blank sheet attribute the poem to Lewis Carroll but it should be William Blake. I wandered lonely as a cloud by TLChelen | Teaching Resources A classic poem by William Wordsworth, beautifully presented and available in downloadable pdf format ready for use on your whiteboard or to print off.