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Transcript of Poetry
edited by: Natalie Nartz
My hands are so rough,
just like sandpaper skin.
And that's why I have enough
of full hand cream bins. my poem used the "A, B , A, B" pattern Free Verse doesn't have to use rhymes and rhyme pattern;can be freely written What was used? Sun
smiling, shining, setting
warm, cozy, joy, love
Me you can tell the poem has theme because it is all about the sun Nonsense a poem with a silly character and actions The Night is a Big Black Cat G. Orr Clark The night is a big black cat
the moon is her topaz eye,
the stars are the mice she hunts at night,
in the field of the sultry sky! imagery: because the poem paints a picture in your mind rhythm: because some of the syllables in the words are stressed and some are not metaphor: the cat is not really the night Something is There Lilian Moore Something is there
there on the stair
stepping with care.
Something is coming
and wants to get by. What was used? mood/tone: the narrator is scared rhyme type: the poem used a lot of end rhymes word play: "slinkity-sly" is not a word quatrain: the poem had four lines word-count cinquain: my poem follow the pattern, 1 word 2 words
3 words 4 words 1 word concrete: my poem was written in the shape of stairs which is the subject nonsense: it is a nonsense poem because it has a funny story line imagery: you can imagine the clocks ticking sound device: the poet used the onomatopoeia, "CLICK" simile: the poem used the phrase "like a mime" free verse: this poem was freely written Two Clocks unknown On my digital clock
each minute says
flipping in rhythm
On my round clock
(no sound clock)
two hands move
revolving in circles to show different times
One seems to rush.
The other feels slow.
But I've learned
to read both
so I know
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