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Some Types of Poetry

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Belinda Wolf

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25 Types of Poetry

[poh-i-tree]
po•et•ry
noun 1. the art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken, for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, or elevated thoughts. 2. literary work in metrical form; verse.
3. prose with poetic qualities. 4. poetic qualities however manifested: the poetry of simple acts and things.
5. poetic spirit or feeling: The pianist played the prelude with poetry. -ing poems line 1: subject is one word or a short sentence line 2-10 words with ing Rainy Day
Lightning
Thundering
Drenching
Lazing
Snuggling
Snacking
Dripping
Drying
Renewing Acrostic poem
Use the letters of the word to write downward and use a word or words for your poem. M erry
R eader
S assy
W orrier
O ustanding
L oving
F abulous Listing Poems Line 1 - topic
Line 2-10 - words that descibe the topic Mother

Loving
Honest
Protector
Cleaner
Enforcer
Laundress
Strict
Joyful Haiku

Line 1: 5 syllables
Line 2: 7 syllables
Line 3: 5 syllables Bulldogs are ugly , but cute
they love, snort, slobber, snore, fart
I love my bullies! Fill in the Blanks Poems are red. are blue, is sweet, and so is Couplets
two lines with ending words that rhyme Sodas
Sodas are bad, but taste very good,
I enjoy drinking them in my neighborhood. Concrete Poetry Draw a picture and write your poem on it. Your poem follows the shape to help make a picture. Cinquain

Line 1: subject
Line 2: describes subject
Line 3: action words about the subject
Line 4: feelings about the subject
Lines 5: synonym for the subject 4 Es
energetic, cute
fun loving, playing, caring
loves of my life
my daughters Good Poem/Bad Poem Choose a favorite person, animal or thing to write about. Good Sister, Bad Sister My sister loves me,
while she tries to take my toys.
My sister helps me with homework,
as she hides my stuff. Tercet Three Lines The cat said meow,
as she stared at the cow.
Then jumped on the chair and slept. with the first two rhyming Place Poem
This poem takes a small part and describes it. A parking place at the mall
cars
tire marks
trash
laughter
families
friends
pedestrians
shoppers
walkers
romance Lunes
Line 1: 5 syllables
Line 2: 3 syllables
Line 3: 5 syllables Ice cream is yummy
It is cold.
Orange Leaf is the best! I Remember Poems Write a list of things that is remembered about a person, place or thing. Mother
I remember my mother.
I remember her love and smile.
I remember her always taking care of me and everyone around her. Poem
(Earth Poem) Poems about saving the earth or the plants and animals on it. The Panda
The panda is large.
It appears to be a gentle giant.
It eats bamboo.
It sleeps and moves slowly.
It is the least racist animal. Chant - a poems that repeats certain words over and over (to be read aloud) Group Poems
write poems with your class
choose a topic
write some neat words to go with the topic
write sentences about the topic (free verse) Choose a topic
Choose a song
Write a poem and set to music Poems set with music Clerihew
A humorous poem contained in four lines with a-a-b-b (The first two lines rhyme and the second two lines rhyme) The Poor House Walls
By Paul McCann

John Wesley was a worried man, he had a poor house plan .

To build with bricks made of bread,slapped up with strawberry jam .

They said that bread would never do,in these hard times today.

The poor house will come falling down, with no place left to stay. Question Poetry
Choose a topic and write questions about it. It can be rhyming or free verse. Ant
Oh, Ant
Why do you sting me?
Why do you like sweets?
Why do you march in a line?
Oops, did someone step on you? Noun/Adjective Poems
Bees,
Bees,
Bees,
Bumble Bees,
Honey Bees
Fat Bees,
Skinny Bees,
Buzzing, humming, flying in the air,
Amazing Bees. Subject Poetry
Choose any subject to write about. Make a list of things about it. Library
Reading
Visiting
Lots of books
Seeing friends
Checking in
Checking out
Paying fines
Research I used to ... but now
Things you used to not like, but now do like. I used to hate exercise,
but now I like it.
I used to hate cauliflower,
but now I like it.
I used to not like math,
but now I like it. Buddy Poetry
Two students get together and discuss their favorite kinds of candy or one they both like then write sentences about it. Color Poetry

Choose a color and describe it or list things that color Black
Black comes from darkness, late at night.
Black as the cat who brings bad luck.
Black for Halloween or a funeral.
Black is scarey and inky darkness.
Black is slimming.
Black goes with anything. Five W's Poetry
Who?
What?
When?
Where?
Why? My Mom
Made dinner
Last Night
In the Kitchen
She loves us. Nutter Butter
It tastes like peanut butter.
It is crunchy and satisfying.
It makes you warm and fuzzy.
It doesn't last very long.
I need some milk to drink. Question Poetry

Choose a topic and write questions about it (can be rhyming or free verse) My Dad
Works hard,
Every day.
At his job and on the farm.
He loves us!
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