Poetry. Cumberland, Junior Gr. 7. Concrete Poems. Poem that: forms a picture of the topic Follows contours of a shape suggested by the topic. Concrete Poems. Here is an example of how to write one using a rhyming couplet A click, a sputter, a whoosh- to roar! line 1
Here is an example of how to write one using a rhyming couplet
A click, a sputter, a whoosh- to roar!line 1
A flick, a shudder, a push- to soar!line 2
The wings held steady; the nose held high; line 3 The plane is ready to touch the sky!line 4
Hockey is my favorite sportOn the ice or streetCool and funKeep on playingExercise and strongerYou should try
Verb, Verb, Verb
Noun, Noun, Noun, Noun
Verb, Verb, Verb
Synonym – words with same or similar meanings
Monsters Evil, Spooky Howling, Shrieking, Wailing Ghosts, Vampires, Goblins, Witches Flying, Scaring, Terrifying Creepy, Crawly Creatures
Antonym– words with opposite meanings
Cat Gentle, Sleepy Purring, Meowing, Scratching Whiskers, Fur, Collar, Leash Barking, Licking, Digging Slobbery, Playful Dog
Man Brilliant, perfect Working, learning, earning Beer, car, mirror, make-up Speaking, speaking, speaking Furious, exhausted
WomanManStupid, rude Sleeping, eating burpingTrousers, underpants, knickers, skirts Working, sporting, cleaning Clever, beautiful Woman
The first line has five
The second line has seven
The third line has five
Haikus are awesome.
But they don’t often make sense.
What’s in my headphones?
Nothing but sweet hip hop beats,
Now, let’s try a fun exercise. Think of one of your favorite songs and sum it up in 3 lines in haiku format.
Artist: AC/DC ; Song: Highway to Hell
On an expressway
To eternal damnation
There’s only on ramps.
Artist: Jay-Z ; Song: 99 Problems
So many stresses.
My problems are multitude
But they are not her.
Can you guess this one?
I used to be poor.
If you don’t know, now you know.
I have a chauffeur.