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cheerful, shinning , amazing
gives us sunshine everyday,
Light. Poem #1
The strangest strange stranger I've me in my life
was the man who made use of his nose as a knife.
He's slice up salami, tomatoes and cheese
at the tip of his nose with phenomenal ease.
He'd buy food in bulk at incredible prices
and then use his nose to reduce it to slices.
His wife ran away and I know that he'll miss her.
The woman was frightened that one day he'd kiss her! Poetry! Poem #2 Poem #2 Poem #3 Dog, is a man's best friend, is both waggy and furry.
You snap on a leash and the dog's in a hurry.>
Out in the world, where there's old pee to sniff,
And tree bark, and hydrants. All great for a whiff.
Going for walks is a part of their day.
Beside that is eating. And sleeping. And play. By: Ayesha Dewan Poetry! Poem #1 Poetry Form: Essential Elements: Sound: Figure of Speech: Quatrain Imagery Simile A simile is comparing two unlike things using like, as, or than. Imagery is a word or phrase that appeals to one or more of our five senses A quatrain is a poem that has rhyme and four lines. The author is using the mans nose and comparing it to a knife Strangest strange strange in the poem is alliteration because he is repeating the consonant sound. Poem #1 Simile The author in the poem describes the mans nose so detailed I can picture the nose in my head. Imagery Quatrain Its a quatrain because there are four lines in the stanza. Sound: Alliteration Poetry Form: Essential Elements: Sound: Figure of Speech: Poem #3 Acrostic # of lines and stanzas Rhythm Metaphor An acrostic poem is a poem that each letter has words on it. The number of lines and stanzas are how many sentences there are and how many paragraphs there are. The rhythm is when a poem has many rhyming words and it could be turned into a song . Its a metaphor because the author compared the dog to the man without using like, or as. Poem #3 Acrostic Its acrostic because each letter has a sentence # of lines and stanzas The poem has six lines and three stanzas Rhythm The rhythm is mostly at the end because thats where the rhyming is Metaphor Its a metaphor because the poet compared the dog to the man by saying; Dog is a mans best friend Poem #4 Poem #4 Poem #4
Poetry is the art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken, for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, or elevated thoughts.
I love to go to the KooKoo Cow
Where the ice cream’s sweet, and I have to bow
And and give my thanks at the KooKoo
For the taste of her food that is so divine.
is cherry tart, and an almondine
And a crunchy nut and a toffy cream.
There’s a chocolate swirl and a custard pie
And a mousse so good it could make you cry.
Every ice cream scoop is both thick and bold
And so good to lick, while it’s firm and cold.
But the KooKoo Cow hasn’t much to say
And she stills stock still the entire day.
I have not learned yet why she’s called KooKoo.
But my lucky guess is it rhymes with “Moo Poetry Form: Free Verse Free Verse is a type of poem where the poet can make ant type of poem Essential Elements: Mood/Tone Mood/Tone is how the author writes his poem Sound: Rhyme Pattern Rhyme Pattern is how the rhyming goes for example (A, A, B, B) Figure of Speech: Word Play Word Play means that the poet purposely miss spells words The Rhyme pattern is A A in the first stanza, A A B B A A B B in the third stanza Rhyme Pattern Its mood/tone because you can tell that the person really loves to go to KooKoo the cow Mood/Tone Its free verse because the poet did not have any rules to write the poem Free Verse Word Play Its word play because the poet purposely miss spells KooKoo Kookoo the cow By: Denise Rodgers Slicing Salami By: Denise Rodgers The Sun By: Word- count Cinquain Poetry Form: Essential Elements: Theme The theme of a poem is the moral of the poem or what the poem is mostly about Sound: Figure of Speech: Personification Personification is where you give an unreal object human features The poem has five lines and it does not rhyme Theme The theme of the poem is the sun Sound Device Its sound device (alliteration) because the poet keeps on using ing over and over again Personification The poet gives the sun by personification by saying its cheerful Rhyme Type The Rhyme type; is the end rhyme which is where most of the the rhyming words are Ayesha D. Alliteration Alliteration is where you repeat the same consonant sound over and over again A cinquain is a poem written in five lines that do not rhyme. Word count cinquain Poem #5 Poem #5 Poem #5
Barefoot Bob is debonair
And dresses up with utmost care
With not one hair found out of place,
And not one whisker on his face.
And so it’s odd to see him choose
To never wear his socks or shoes.
Wherever Barefoot Bobby goes,
If you look down, you’ll see his toes.
From overalls to suit and tie,
You’ll see his toes.
Don’t ask him why.
But if you put him on the spot,
His answer is “My shoes are hot!
In summertime, with all that heat,
I cannot bear to choke my feet.”
Does winter snow make Bobby wince?
“Oh no, I like to see my prints.”
He is no slouch and is no slob.
He’s airfoot, fairfoot Barefoot Bob. Poetry Form: Nonsense Essential Elements: Imagery Sound: Rhyme Type Figure of speech: Word Play Nonsense poems mean that they can be about something random Imagery mean that the poem writes a poem that you can picture in your head Rhyme Type which is end rhyme means that most of the rhymes are at the end Word play is where you purposefully miss spell something Nonsense Its nonsense because its about barefoot bob! Imagery I can picture barefoot bob walking around Rhyme Type; End Rhyme The rhymes are at the end (goes, toes/ hot, spot Word Play The poet purposefully miss spells airfoot and farefoot Barefoot Bob By: Denise Rodgers By: Denise Rodgers DOG Credits: Funny poems for free.com