poetic device: Superlatives

In grammar, a superlative is an adjective or adverb that refers to the highest or greatest degree, such as best, fastest, smallest, most delicious, etc. Each of these poems contains at least one superlative.

I Bought a Maserati by Kenn Nesbitt
I Bought a Maserati
AstroCow by Kenn Nesbitt
AstroCow
My Sloth Is Supersonic
Olympic Granny by Kenn Nesbitt
Olympic Granny
We Ate All the Cheetos
We Ate All the Cheetos
It’s Friday the 13th Tomorrow
My Creepy Costume by Kenn Nesbitt
My Creepy Costume
I Woke Up this Morning by Kenn Nesbitt
I Woke up this Morning
I Went to the Movies by Kenn Nesbitt
I Went to the Movies
Overslept by Kenn Nesbitt
Overslept
Incomplete Trick-or-Treat by Kenn Nesbitt
Incomplete Trick-or-Treat
My Brother Ate My Smartphone by Kenn Nesbitt
My Brother Ate My Smartphone
Rapunzel by Kenn Nesbitt
Rapunzel! Rapunzel!
On New Year's Day by Kenn Nesbitt
On New Year’s Day
My Sister Should Be an Explorer
Hottest Food Ever by Kenn Nesbitt
Hottest Food Ever
When Larry Made Lasagna
Pimple Problem by Kenn Nesbitt
Pimple Problem
Winter Wonderland
My Senses All are Backward
Ugly Couple
Merlo the Magnificent
Wayne the Stegosaurus
The World's Fastest Bicycle by Kenn Nesbitt
The World’s Fastest Bicycle