P oetry. By Aislinn Scarpelli . T he word Poem originated in Ancient Greece meaning I Create. Some types of poems are : acrostics, alphabets, haikus, limericks ,and rhyming poems. There are many more types about many different subjects from humor to history(a ballad if you were wondering).
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By Aislinn Scarpelli
So come take the road less traveled by and make all the difference. (Robert Frost)
Too lateA Nonsensical Donut poem
Guides my way most every night
Stunning stars surroundThe Moon Haiku
Go on move your bootie
Please don’t dawdle
On the way to Ooty*
*Ooty is a real place in IndiaThe Beetle Limerick
plays in a banda.
She plays a base guitar
that sounds really bizarre,
when she plays the C string.
She has never left Beijing
and Amanda the panda will never leave,
but will always believe
That her life is very boringAmanda the Panda
Black stripes but not a tiger
Aard but not an aardvark
A mane but not a lion
Wolf but not one
This is a beast all its own
The aardwolfThe Aardwolf
Allof these poems were written by me and I hope you enjoyed them. If you were inspired by them or want to write your own I have brought paper to write on. So goodbye to the farewell friend. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Although we are saying goodbye, we are really preparing for our next hello after the adventures . I hope to see you again after these adventures.Farewell
Mrs. Rubenstein’s Class
line 1- 5 syllables *Haiku poems DO
line 2- 7 syllables NOT have to rhyme*
line 3- 5 syllables
EXAMPLE: (5) The sky is so blue. (7) The sun is so warm up high. (5) I love the summer.
EXAMPLE: I am an animal
I am black and white
I live in Asia
I eat bamboo
What am I?
ANSWER: A Panda Bear
EXAMPLE: Tall as the sky
Red crisp leaves in the fall
Line 1: Beginning subjectLine 2: Two describing words about line 1Line 3: Three action words about line 1Line 4: A short phrase about line 1,
Line 5: Three action words about line 7Line 6: Two describing words about line 7Line 7: End subject
We will separate the class into five groups. Each group will get a different type of poetry. Using the subject cards, you will make a poem using the guidelines of your groups type of poetry. After you have created your pieces, you can volunteer to read them aloud to the class.
EXAMPLE: Poetry type: Haiku Subject: Monkeys
poem: They eat bananas (5)
They hang out in the tree tops (7)
I love the monkeys! (5)Activity