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Types of Poetry
Transcript of Types of Poetry
1) Each table has different parts to song lyrics.
2) Each member of your group will get a card.
3) Read and think about your lyrics.
4) Pick the type of figurative language you believe your lyrics go with.
5) Discuss your answer with your group.
10 minutes! READY?! BEGIN!
Limerick Style Poems
A Limerick poem is a humorous poem of fives lines with a rhyme scheme of AABBA.
There was an old man of Peru
Who dreamed he was eating his shoe.
He woke in the night
In a terrible fright,
And found it was perfectly true.
by Kaitlyn Guenther
There once was a wonderful star
Who thought she would go very far
Until she fell down
And looked like a clown
She knew she would never go far.
Now its your turn!
Create your own Limerick
Poems that form a visible picture on the page. The shape usually reflects the subject of the poem.
Trees blossoming in the spring
Clouds above give rain
Fruit will come soon
Nature is at work
Poetry without rules of form, rhyme, rhythm, or meter.
There they are fat and mean
Flying birds on the screen
Aiming far to catch a pig
Oh how uneducational this game is.
I would rather get hooked
On a really good book.
What types of figurative language do you see in this poem?
Poetry in which the first letter of each line, when read vertically, spell out a word. The word is usually the subject of the poem.
*YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST 7 LETTERS*
As I eat it on my brownie
Nothing tastes better
Ice cream is a tasty treat
Lots of luscious tastes
Lasting till the end
Always is my favorite
An ancient Japanese form with no rhyme. Haiku often deals with nature. This type of poetry has three lines with a fixed number of syllables:
Line 1= 5 syllables
Line 2= 7 syllables
Line 3= 5 syllables
The dying plant bends
And drips it dew to the ground
It falls like a tear
Remember: 5 lines