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Transcript of Poem Presentation!
ignore your responsibilities bad things happen.
In the last stanza the author is saying that
people can learn from other's mistakes. LIKE LOSING ALL YOUR FRIENDS! Intro In the first stanza the author is saying ways that Sarah is distracting herself.
In the second stanza the author starts listing various gross items.
In the third stanza the author is talking about the different ways the trash made life difficult. Lit Elements Theme Stanza 1-3 By: Kaylee Ruiz and Faith Otten Stanzas 4-7 In stanza 4 the author is just simply listing gross items.
In stanza 5 half of the time it talks about difficulties and the other half it talks about more gross items.
In stanza 6 more DISGUSTING food items are listed for the sake of the poem being funnier
In stanza 7 the poem talks about people not wanting to be near the house with trash. What is the author trying to say?
I think the author is saying that you should take
care of things before it's too late because it could
continue to get worse Poetry Presentation Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out By: Shel Silverstein Page 596 Mini Assignment As an example
of the mini assinment Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take The Garbage Out By: Shel Silverstein Page 596 Intro Have you ever continued to put something off because you didn't want to do it? Then it got worse? In this poem, Sarah Stout doesn't take the garbage out when she's told, so everything keeps piling up. Eventually, she gets tired of it and takes it out. Exaggeration - exaggerates about how much garbage there is.
Ex: "The garbage reached across the state." Rhyme - the lines rhyme.
Ex: "Pizza crusts and withered greens.
Soggy beans and tangerines."