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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

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poetry

Poetry

Cumberland, Junior

Gr. 7

concrete poems
Concrete Poems
  • Poem that:
    • forms a picture of the topic
    • Follows contours of a shape suggested by the topic
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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

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

acrostic poems
Acrostic Poems
  • Can be about anything
  • Letters that spell the subject are written down the left side
  • Each letter starts the word/phrase about the subject

Hockey is my favorite sportOn the ice or streetCool and funKeep on playingExercise and strongerYou should try 

diamante poems
Diamante Poems
  • Unrhymed, 7-line poem
  • Diamond-shaped poems that use adjectives, nouns and verbs
  • First and last lines only have 1 word
  • 2nd & 6th lines have 2 words
  • 3rd & 5th lines have 3 words
  • Longest line goes in the middle (4 words)
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Diamante Poems
  • Can have one central topic or 2 opposing topics
  • If you have 2 topics, the middle line (4th) links the 2 topics together

Noun

Adjective, Adjective

Verb, Verb, Verb

Noun, Noun, Noun, Noun

Verb, Verb, Verb

Adjective, Adjective

Noun

diamante examples
Diamante Examples

Synonym Diamante

Synonym – words with same or similar meanings

  • “Monsters” and “Creatures” mean the same thing, so they are synonyms.

Monsters Evil, Spooky Howling, Shrieking, Wailing Ghosts, Vampires, Goblins, Witches Flying, Scaring, Terrifying Creepy, Crawly Creatures

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Diamante Examples

Antonym Diamante

Antonym– words with opposite meanings

  • “Cat” and “Dog” are opposites, or “antonyms,” so this is an antonym diamante.

Cat Gentle, Sleepy Purring, Meowing, Scratching Whiskers, Fur, Collar, Leash Barking, Licking, Digging Slobbery, Playful Dog

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Diamante Examples

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

how do we make one
How do We Make One?
  • Brainstorm topics
  • Decide which kind of diamante you would like to do
  • Make 3 columns (nouns, verbs, adjectives) & write fill them with words relating to your topic
  • Pick the words you like and arrange them according to the format.
  • Proofread, then…. Cheer because you’re done!
haiku
Haiku
  • Traditional Japanese verse-form poem
  • Has 3 lines, 17 syllables
    • First & third line have 5 syllables
    • Second line has 7 syllables
  • Can be thought of as “snap shot” poetry
    • Captures a specific moment in time
  • Typically about nature but don’t have to be
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Haiku

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.

Hippopotamus.

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Haiku

What’s in my headphones?

Nothing but sweet hip hop beats,

Jay-Z, Eminem

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.

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Haiku

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.

free verse
Free Verse
  • No rhyming pattern
  • No rhythm pattern
  • No rules on line length
  • Try to keep words that are supposed to be together on the same line
  • Topic can be anything (story, feeling, person, object, etc.)
  • Can be thought of as spoken music
  • Spoken word
  • Minimum 10 lines
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Free Verse
  • Sometimes poets will:
    • Break up words/lines to form a shape
    • Put a word on it’s own line for emphasis
    • Place a line in a seemingly random place for emphasis
  • Rhythm & emphasis is evident when poet reads their work aloud
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Free Verse

Language:

  • Poet uses language to “show” not “tell”
  • Uses adjectives to describe topic to create imagery
    • Eg. Rather then saying “we had so much fun today” poet will say “they wore smiles on their faces all the way home”
    • Idea is that the image of grinning faces will create a stronger impression than the word fun
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Free Verse
  • Often uses similes, metaphors, and personification
    • Simile: a comparison using words “like” or “as”
      • Her lips are as red as a cherry
    • Metaphor: a comparison NOT using “like” or “as”; usually comparing two unlike things
      • She has cherry lips
    • Personification: using words to make something not alive or real seem real or alive
      • The wind howled
rhyming free verse
Rhyming Free Verse
  • Like a free verse but with a rhyming scheme
  • Typically use AA BB or AB AB
  • Must follow a rhyming scheme NOT randomly rhyming words/lines
  • Minimum 12 lines