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How We Express Ourselves

People use poetry in a variety of ways to tell stories and express feelings
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Michael Rupert

on 12 September 2012

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Haiku was mastered by Japanese poet Matsuo Basho Concrete Rhyming Poems Poetry: How We Express ourselves Acrostic San Francisco Budapest Important
Details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr its a japanese form of poetry its a 5,7,5 syllable poem has three lines and talks about the seasons Free Verse Ivy Free verse poems are non-rhyming and have NO boundaries.
They have to make sense. Veterans DayB
By Dylan Parmley

I am a veteran
Many of my friends have taken lives
and sometimes lost lives A Rhyming Poem has a
certain rhyming pattern
-ABAB
-AABB
_ABAAB Haiku can
be about nature An old silent pond...
A frog jumps into the pond
splash! Silence again.
By Martsuo Basho This type of poem is either
the outline of the shape
or it fills up the shape.
The shape has to do with the poem. An Acrostic poem takes
a word, sentence, or
phrase and makes the
first letter of each line
make the subject word Accrostic poets:
Cara C., Alison C., Lisa D., Free Verse poems don't have to follow rules, but they have to have a meter. Robert Frost
Sri Chinmoy
Robert Graves
Shel Silverstein
Sir Walter Raleigh This type of poetry is easier
to express with then other types Tim, Sam, An acrostic poem
Can be about anything,
Really.
Of course, some people like to
Start each line as a sentence
Though
I prefer weaving words into a
Creation that is more freeform Creamy or
Hot, it makes my mouth scream
On and on
Chocolate, Chocolate
Oh, yum
Luscious chocolate, I can't believe I
Ate it all. It
Tickles my throat
Each time I eat it. Conclusion Sam C. It can be about anything that you want. we have a couple poems that rhyme one you might know and one by a student Travle travle till you drop
oh my gosh I saw a lot
what a sight
it was a delight Humoty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty Dumpty together again. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9qtb_FNxJw&feature=player_detailpage Cinquain is like a Haiku but it's 5 lines.
Syllables are 2,4,6,82 Konnor get off the bumper cars! Last night we had peas for tea
And I told my dad I don’t like peas
But he put them on my plate
And I told him again that I don’t like peas
So he said I had to eat them
And I told him AGAIN that I don’t like peas
But he said there was ice-cream for later
(After the peas)
So I ate the peas
Every single one
And d’you know what?
I like peas! I want to ride my
bicycle I want to ride
my bike (Thank you Queen) Haiku Hope You Enjoyed our Prezi
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From all of us in Fourth Grade Created By Breckenridge Elementary
4th Grade
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