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Poetry

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Maribel Masoodi

on 21 March 2013

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Poetry Limericks There once was a fat old cat
Who loved his old blue mat
But then one night
He woke with a fright
And found a bat on his mat Clerihew Nelson, Noah
Was bit by a boa
He might have died
But I can't tell a lie Couplet I didn't want to do spelling
So I started yelling Cinquain Monkey's
Chunky, ugly
Playing, running, jumping
Playing around eating berries
Playful Diamante Dogs
Nice, pretty
Caring, loving, Giving
Always people's best friend
Running, barking, eating
Cute, fluffy
Animal Tanka Haiku It starts as a seed
When you plant it in the ground
Then watch it grow up Acrostic Way cold up north
In chilly Minnesota
Never stops snowing
Tall snow forts for me to build
Every snowfall
Rivers freeze up Tanka They dance in the air
In red, yellow, orange and more
They just keep coming
They fall with grace and beauty
And wait for next year to come Haiku The flower starts small
Growing stronger as time goes
Til it's time to go Acrostic Lovely breeze
Around the shore
Keeping me cool
Everywhere I go Limericks There once was a dog named Molly
Who was always so jolly
But then one day
She fell in the hay
And then thought her name was Holly Clerihew Mauer, Joe
Went to the show
But lost his way
And fell in a bay Couplet I took a spaceship to mars
Maybe I should have taken the car Cinquain Diamante Monkey
Cool, awesome
Jumping, running, walking
Likes to eat bananas
Eating, drinking, sleeping
Soft, cute
Animal Acrostic Towering over
All around
Look out people
Long and tall is here Poetic Devices The charging elephant "hoowh hoowhed" at the animal. Onomatopoeia Alliteration A poor piano player played. Hyperbole A beautiful sunset ate the world.
A horrible odor almost made me die! A very cold day drowned Charles Dickens. Similes and Metaphors Similes A witch's wart is as big as an elephant.
A rain storm was as loud as a bomb.
A starry night is as bright as the sun. Metaphors A hot summer day caught the world on fire.
A sharp pain was a tooth ache in my heel.
A hyperactive child was a crazy monkey. Sun
Bright, hot
Shining, heating, glowing
Warming the beautiful earth
Warmth What is it? Cinquain Notes Couplets A couplet [CUP-let] is the simplest form of poetry.
Do you see the word "couple" in couplet?
A couple is two of something.
A couplet is a poem made of two lines of rhyming poetry that usually has the same meter.
There are no rules about length or rhythm.
Two words that rhyme can be called a couplet. I like to play with my cat
He always gets in my hat My Cat As I walk in the fog
I run right into a log My walk Clerihew 1. 4 lines
2. Line 1&2 rhyme
3. Line 3&4 rhyme
4. Line 1 names a person
5. Line 2 rhymes with the person's name
6. MUST BE FUNNY! I have a crazy friend, Fred
He has spiked hair on his head
But, his funny jokes are full of quacks
All I hear from him is yak..yak..yak Limerick Notes Write in your journal! HaiKu Write in your journal! Diamante Add to your journal notes! Acrostic Add in your journal! Tanka Write in your journal. What do you notice about this poem? What do you notice about his poem? Free Verse Palindrome Journal entry: What is poetry? What do you think about it? Write down everything you know. What the dictionary says: Noun- literary work in which the expression of FEELINGS and ideas is given intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm What Poets say: "Poetry is when emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words," stated by Robert Frost.

"Poetry at its best uses words to say more than words can say," as stated by Marvin Bell. What Mrs. Masoodi says: Poetry is the most compact form of literature.

Poets express a range of emotions.
Much is said in few words.

Poets use a variety of forms, sound devices, imagery, and figurative language! Take a Look... Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird
That connot fly.
Hold fast to dreams
For when dreams go
Life is a barren field
Frozen with snow Let's break it down! 1. How many total lines are there?
2. What is the poem about?
3. If you had to create a title what would it be?
4. There are two metaphors in this poem. What are they?
5. There is one example of personification in this poem. Find it.
6. Do you like this poem? Why or Why not? like dislike Forms and Structure Poems are written in lines, which can vary in length.


Lines are grouped in stanzas. These are sections of the poem separated by a space. I love to Write Poems

I love to write
Day and night
What would my heart do
But cry, sigh, and be blue
If I couldn't write

Writing feels good
And I know it should
Who could have Knew
That what I do
is Write, write, write First Stanza


Second Stanza


Third Stanza total lines - 11 Try it .... Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village thought.
He will not see me stopping here
to watch his woods fill up with snow.

My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near
Between the woods and frozen lake
The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
The only other sound's the sweep
of easy wind and downy flake. How many lines?


How many stanzas? Poetry Project We Will create a booklet of poems.
You must type all your poems.
Each must have a title.
Each must have an illustration.
Everything is due on March 21st.
We will also share our favorite poem, coffee house style! Bell Ringer: March 5, 2013 In your journal write down everything you know about poetry!!! Lets see how long your list will be! Bell Ringer: March 11, 2013 In your journal write:

What do you think this poem is about? Did you like it? Why or why not? What does this poem mean? Bell ringer: March 12, 2013 How many lines does this poem have?
How many stanzas? Now we will type up the poems we have in our journals. We will also type of a few more we make up together. Shape Poem Pick an object to write about. Then, create an image of the object. Write words or phrases that describe the object and the emotions your get because of the object. Quatrain 4 lines
Rhyme pattern is ABAB Basketball is not boring
The only way I play
Is always to be scoring
That's the only way!! A
B
A
B Quatrain Your turn now! Free Verse No rules you must follow!

You can rhyme, if you want to.
You can have a pattern, if you want to.
You can write about anything as long as it is meaningful to you! Bell Ringer: March 14, 2013 Write these words in your journal:

Onomatopoeia:
Alliteration:
Hyperbole:
Simile:
Metaphor: You will watch a few clips and create a definition! Bell Ringer: March 15, 2013 Write the question and the answer in your journal. March 18,2013 Grab:
journal
folder
laptop Login as quickly as possible! Goal:
We will type up the:
Haiku, Couplet, Free Verse, Clerihew,
Quatrain, Diamante, Cinquain, Acrostic, Limerick, Tanka, and Concrete/Shape.
Find two other poems that you like online. Make sure you know the style and author! Example:

Haiku

Ball of Fire
by: Mrs. Masoodi

Shining down on me
Source of life for everything
Energy for all Steps:
1. Type up all poems
2. Add all the details:
each poem on its own page
title/style of poem/illustration
page number March 19, 2013 Grab your:
folder
journal 1. We will create your Title Page and your Table of Contents 2. We will write your Concrete/Shape poem (final copy). 3. We will fill out a Figurative Language graphic. Title page / Table of Contents Figurative Language Now work on your Concrete / Shape poem.
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