Do you get tired of telling students to write with vivid imagery? Do students complain that it's hard for them to write poetry because it's so intangible, not like math or science? Well make it easy, concrete and organized with this cool activity. Most likely they have not learned about synesthetic imagery yet in high school. After explaining what synesthesia is, give students this handout to help them create their own synesthetic images. See also coordinating Fall Poetry PowerPoint which contains definitions, videos, and classic poetic examples of synesthetic imagery, as well as close reading analysis and questions for selected fall poems and definitions/examples of 28 poetic devices.