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.

The Biggest Burp Ever
My Puppy Plays Piano
My Brother's Insistent by Kenn Nesbitt
My Brother’s Insistent
At History I'm Hopeless
At History I’m Hopeless
On Dinosaur Island
A Valentine for Mom
My Baby Brother’s Birthday
My Dog Is Not the Smartest Dog
The Toughest Pastry Maker
Glurp the Purple Alien
Halloween Party
My Bunny Lies over My Doggy
My Dog Plays Invisible Frisbee
My Father Looks Like Frankenstein by Kenn Nesbitt
My Father Looks Like Frankenstein
Bigfoot’s Shoe Emporium
World's Hardest Test by Kenn Nesbitt
World’s Hardest Test
Ancient by Kenn Nesbitt
Josh the Sausage Maker
Fred’s Head
While Lying On the Grass Today
I Cloned Myself on Friday Night by Kenn Nesbitt
I Cloned Myself on Friday Night
Rudy Tude by Kenn Nesbitt
Rudy Tude
Jim Sox by Kenn Nesbitt
Jim Sox
Sylvester the Strongman by Kenn Nesbitt
Sylvester the Strongman