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Concrete Poetry

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Amanda Pierce

on 23 January 2013

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Transcript of Concrete Poetry

falling
step by
stumble
rumble
tumble
roll
sneaking
down a
staircase
fumble
mumble
crawl
knees
and
hands
jumbled
inch by
pinch
crumble
falling
creeping
crawling
grumble
groan
Concrete Poetry Concrete
and
Shape
Poetry Concrete
and
Shape
Poetry Concrete Poetry is poetry that visually conveys the poet's meaning through the graphic arrangement of letters, words, or symbols on the page. Staircase Staircase 1. Think of a topic, theme, idea or emotion.
2. Draw a sketch or outline of a simple image that comes to your mind.
3. Write lines of poetry that can be used to form your image. These may vary in length.
4. Fill in or form your image with the words you wrote.
Writing Concrete and Shape Poetry Writing Concrete and Shape Poetry Tips Tips Use descriptive language! Sounds (onomatopoeia) and imagery will bring your poem to life!

Using metaphors, similes, hyperboles, alliteration, personification, and oxymorons will make your poem unique and interesting. Shape Poetry Shape Poetry A shape poem takes on the shape of its subject.

Concrete poetry may only be for effect on part of the poem, such as:
an angel tumbling
d
o
w
n
to earth . . .
Examples Examples
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