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POETRY IS..... TAKE 5 MINUTES TO WRITE ABOUT YOUR FEELINGS TOWARDS POETRY. POETRY : THE ART OF MAKING POEMS “THE SPONTANEOUS OVERFLOW OF POWERFUL FEELINGS; IT TAKES ITS ORIGIN FROM EMOTION RECOLLECTED IN TRANQUILITY.” -WILLIAM WORDSWORTH P OEM : TEXTS WITH CHARGED, COMPRESSED LANGUAGE

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POETRY IS.....

TAKE 5 MINUTES TO WRITE ABOUT YOUR FEELINGS TOWARDS POETRY

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POETRY:

THE ART OF MAKING POEMS “THE SPONTANEOUS OVERFLOW OF POWERFUL FEELINGS; IT TAKES ITS ORIGIN FROM EMOTION RECOLLECTED IN TRANQUILITY.”

-WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

POEM:

TEXTS WITH CHARGED, COMPRESSED LANGUAGE

CONVEY AN EXPERIENCE, AN EMOTION, OR SIMPLY AN AESTHETICALLY PLEASING ARRANGEMENT OF WORDS

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The Human Brain

  • Divided into 2 parts
  • Each half has its own function

Right Brain:

Creativity

Emotions

Left Brain:

Logic

Reality

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To clarify . . .

When you are looking at big puffy clouds . . .

Your right brain tells you, “Hey! That one looks like a bunny.”

While your left brain tells you . . .

so which half do you use when studying poetry
So, which half do you use when studying poetry?

Here are a few hints:

  • Poetry requires creativity
  • Poetry requires emotion
  • Poetry requires an artistic quality
  • Poetry requires logic

Survey says . . .

for the left brain
For the Left Brain:

Recognizing certain devices used within a poem will give the left brain something to concentrate on.

We’ll start with the sound devices:

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My Beard

by Shel Silverstein

My beard grows to my toes,

I never wears no clothes,

I wraps my hair

Around my bare,

And down the road I goes.

RHYME

The repetition of sounds

Example: hat, cat, brat, fat, mat, sat

Here is another example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGrcdq2viZg

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RHYTHM

The beat

When reading a poem out loud, you may notice a sort of “sing-song” quality to it, just like in nursery rhymes. This is accomplished by the use of rhythm. Rhythm is broken into seven types.

  • Iambic
  • Anapestic
  • Trochaic
  • Dactylic
  • Monosyllabic
  • Spondaic
  • Accentual

Less

Common

Most

Used

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These identify patterns of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry.

That means one syllable is pronounced stronger, and one syllable is softer.

iambic:

unstressed

anapestic:

stressed

trochaic:

dactylic:

simile
SIMILE

A FIGURE OF SPEECH THAT MAKES A COMPARISION BETWEEN TWO UNLIKE THINGS, USING LINKING WORDS: LIKE,AS, SUCH AS, AND HOW

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____asdisgustingas___________

  • ____asmessyas_______________
  • ____as excitingas____________
  • ____swiftlike________________
  • ____wrinklylike____________
  • ____beautifullike__________
metaphor
METAPHOR

A FIGURE OF SPEECH THAT MAKES AN EMPHASIZED COMPARISION BETWEEN TWO UNLIKE THINGS WITHOUT THE USE OF LIKEOR AS

EXAMPLE:

MUSIC IS A JOY

FILLING MY HEART WITH BEATS

MUSIC IS A FLAME

FILLING MY EARS WITH HEAT

MUSIC IS MY SOUL

MUSIC MAKES ME WHOLE

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CREATE 5 SENTENCES THAT CONTAIN METAPHORS

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeTnog5RRQo&feature=player_detailpage

“ The new moon rode high in the crown of the metropolis…..”

making meaning of metaphor
MAKING MEANING OF METAPHOR
  • IDENTIFY THE CENTRAL METAPHOR IN THE VERSE AND EXPLAIN HOW THE TWO UNLIKE THINGS ARE BEING COMPARED TO ONE ANOTHER TO ILLUSTRATE THE SPEAKER’S POINT.
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2. GOOD METAPHORS PUT VERY CLEAR AND MEMORABLE PICTURES IN THE READER’S HEAD.WHAT PICTURE IS GIVEN IN LINES 8-10, AND WHAT DO THESE PICTURES STAND FOR METAPHORICALLY?

3. EXPLAIN HOW YOU BELIEVE THE SPEAKER OF THE POEM FEELS ABOUT NEW YORK? WHY?

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THE REPETITION OF THE SAME OR SIMILAR CONSONANT SOUNDS AT THE BEGINNING OF WORDS THAT ARE CLOSE TOGETHER

EXAMPLE:

BRAZEN BELLS!

WHAT A TALE OF TERROR, NOT THEIRTURBULENCYTELLS!

-EDGAR ALLEN POE

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Picture Puzzle Piece by Shel Silverstein

One picture puzzle pieceLyin' on the sidewalk,One picture puzzle pieceSoakin' in the rain.It might be a button of blueOn the coat of the womanWho lived in a shoe.It might be a magical bean,Or a fold in the redVelvet robe of a queen.It might be the one little biteOf the apple her stepmotherGave to Snow White.

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It might be the veil of a brideOr a bottle with some evil genie inside.It might be a small tuft of hairOn the big bouncy bellyOf Bobo the Bear.It might be a bit of the cloakOf the Witch of the WestAs she melted to smoke.It might be a shadowy traceOf a tear that runs down an angel's face.Nothing has more possibilitiesThan one old wet picture puzzle piece.

hyperbole
HYPERBOLE

A FIGURE OF SPEECH THAT USES INCREDIBLE EXAGGERATION, OR OVERSTATEMENT, FOR EFFECT.

“I PULLED UP WITH A MILION TRUCKS- LOOKIN’, SMELLIN’, FEELING LIKE A MILLION BUCKS” -LUDACRIS

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I AM SO THIRSTY____________________.

  • THE GUY IS SO CHEAP_______________.
  • SHE IS SO SMART_________________.
  • I LOVE IT MORE THAN_________________.
personification
PERSONIFICATION

A FIGURE OF SPEECH IN WHICH AN OBJECT OR ANIMAL IS GIVEN HUMAN FEELINGS, THOUGHTS, OR ATTUTUDES.

EXAMPLE:

MY REPORT CARD SMILED, SHOWING OFF STRAIGHT A’S

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“LODGED” BY ROBERT FROST

THE RAIN TO THE WIND SAID,

“YOU PUSHED AND I’LL PELT.”

THEY SO SMOTE THE GARDEN BED

THAT THE FLOWERS ACTUALLY KNELT,

AND LAY LODGED-THOUGH NOT DEAD.

I KNOW HOW THE FLOWERS FELT.

good morning heartache
GOOD MORNING HEARTACHE
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BN_VMeJEvWA&feature=related
  • “GOOD MORNING HEARTACHE, YOU OLD GLOOMY SIGHT
onomatpoeia
ONOMATPOEIA

THE USE OF A WORD WHOSE SOUND IMITATES OR SUGGESTS ITS MEANING

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a human laugh

  • a bell
  • Water dripping
  • car horns
  • walking on peanut shells
  • brakes stopping
  • creaking of a door
  • Eating potato chips
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THE USE OF LANGUAGE TO EVOKE A PICTURE OR CONCRETE SENSATION OF A PERSON, PLACE, THING, OR AN EXPERIENCE

IMAGERY

touch taste smell sight sound
TOUCH:

TASTE:

SMELL:

SIGHT:

SOUND:

harlem a dream deferred langston hughes
HARLEM: A DREAM DEFERRED-LANGSTON HUGHES

WHAT HAPPENS TO A DREAM DEFERRED?

DOES IT DRY UP

LIKE A RAISIN IN THE SUN

OR FESTER LIKE A SORE-

AND THEN RUN?

DOES IT STINK LIKE ROTTEN MEAT?

OR CRUST AND SUGAR OVER-

LIKE A SYRUPY SWEET?

MAYBE IT JUST SAGS

LIKE A HEAVY LOAD.

OR DOES IT EXPLODE?

generation lost b o b
GENERATION LOSTB.O.B.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fxqbZ6GOIU

“I USED TO WEAR A GRILL BECAUSE IT WAS THE TREND; NOT BECAUSE I LIKED IT I JUST WANTED TO FIT IN”

types of poems
TYPES OF POEMS

PERSONAL “I” LIMERICK

DIAMANTE

HAIKU

SONNET

CINQUAIN PANTOUM

SPOKEN WORD

limerick
LIMERICK

A witty, humorous, or nonsense poem WITH AN aAbba RHYME SCHEME

haiku
hAIKU
  • PRESENTS A VIVID PICTURE AND THE POET’S IMPRESSION, SOMETIMES WITH SUGGESTIONS OF SPIRITUAL INSIGHT.
  • A MOMENT IN HUMAN EXPERIENCE (KOKORO-FROM THE HEART)
  • DESCRIBES TWO CONTRASTING THINGS(SOUND FAMILIAR??)
  • RECORDS A MOMENT OF ENLIGHTENMENT
  • TRY TO CAPTURE CONCRETE IMAGES, OFTEN WITH BOTH TIME AND PLAVCE MENTIONED OR SUGGESTED
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3 Lines long

    • First line is five syllables
    • Second is seven syllables
    • Third is five syllables

What’s in my headphones? (5)

Nothing but Hip-Hop music,(7)

Jay-Z, Tupac, Nas!(5)

concise concrete imagery having the natural world as a subject matter
CONCISE

CONCRETE IMAGERY

HAVING THE NATURAL WORLD AS A SUBJECT MATTER

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Does my haiku have three lines? _________________

  • Does my first line have five syllables? _________________
  • Does my second line have seven syllables? _________________
  • Does my third line have five syllables? _________________
  • Does my haiku express how I feel at a specific moment in time? _________________
diamante
DIAMANTE
  • Iris Tiedt created an unrhymed form of poetry that combines opposites in a single, seven-line poem.
  • The word of the last line is the opposite of the word of the first line. The lines in between describe either the starting word or its opposite.
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On paper these poems look like a diamond, so we call them after the Italian word for diamond– diamante

DOGS

FURRY LOUD

BARKING SNIFFING ROLLING

JACK RUSSELL, CHIHUAHUA, ENGLISH BULLDOG, PERSIAN, SIAMESE, SPHYNX

PURRING SCRATCHING TWIRLING

SOFT SLEEK

CATS

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Line 1:one word(subject/noun that is contrasting to line 7)

Line 2:two words(adjectives) that describe line 1

Line 3:three words(-ingverbs)that relate to line 1

Line 4:four words (nouns)

first 2 words relate to line 1

last 2 words relate to line 7

Line 5:three words (action verbs) that relate to line 7

Line 6:two words (adjectives) that describe line 7

Line 7:one word( subject/noun that is contrasting to line 1)

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squaresymmetrical, conventionalshaping, measuring, balancingboxes, rooms, clocks, halos encircling, circumnavigating, enclosinground, continuous circle

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/diamante/

cinquain
CINQUAIN
  • A cinquain is a five-line poem that describes a person, place, or thing.

Line 1: one word(subject or noun)

Line 2: two words(adjectives) that describe line 1

Line 3: three words(action verbs) that relate to line 1

Line 4:four words(feelings or a complete sentence) that relates to line 1

Line 5:one word(synonym of line 1 or a word that sums it up)

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Happiness

(subject/noun)Cheerful, delightful, gleeful

(3 adjectives related to line 1)Laughing, giggling, rejoicing

(3 action words related to line 1)Laughter is the secret of longevity

(4 words or a sentence related to line 1)Blessedness

(one word that sums up the poem)