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Journal Response – Poetry . Answer: What is a poem? Write down everything that you can think of regarding poetry. Journal – Step 2: Write down what you notice about each poem. Analyze each poem for meaning (literal and figurative) and how the author creates it. Rhyme Patterns Word choice

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journal response poetry
Journal Response – Poetry

Answer: What is a poem?

Write down everything that you can think of regarding poetry.

journal step 2 write down what you notice about each poem
Journal – Step 2: Write down what you notice about each poem.

Analyze each poem for meaning (literal and figurative) and how the author creates it.

  • Rhyme
  • Patterns
  • Word choice
  • Mood/Tone
  • Visual layout
  • Theme/Message
  • Figurative Language
  • Imagery
peanut butter sandwich by shel silverstein
Peanut Butter Sandwichby Shel Silverstein
  • I'll sing you a poem of a silly young kingWho played with the world at the end of a string,But he only loved one single thing—And that was just a peanut-butter sandwich.
  • His scepter and his royal gowns,His regal throne and golden crownsWere brown and sticky from the moundsAnd drippings from each peanut-butter sandwich.
  • His subjects all were silly fools For he had passed a royal ruleThat all that they could learn in schoolWas how to make a peanut-butter sandwich.
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He would not eat his sovereign steak,He scorned his soup and kingly cake,And told his courtly cook to bakeAn extra-sticky peanut-butter sandwich.

And then one day he took a biteAnd started chewing with delight,But found his mouth was stuck quite tightFrom that last bite of peanut-butter sandwich.

His brother pulled, his sister pried,The wizard pushed, his mother cried,"My boy's committed suicideFrom eating his last peanut-butter sandwich!"

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The dentist came, and the royal doc.The royal plumber banged and knocked,But still those jaws stayed tightly locked.Oh darn that sticky peanut-butter sandwich!

The carpenter, he tried with pliers,The telephone man tried with wires,The firemen, they tried with fire,But couldn't melt that peanut-butter sandwich.

With ropes and pulleys, drills and coil,With steam and lubricating oil—For twenty years of tears and toil—They fought that awful peanut-butter sandwich.

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Then all his royal subjects came.They hooked his jaws with grapplin' chainsAnd pulled both ways with might and mainAgainst that stubborn peanut-butter sandwich.

Each man and woman, girl and boyPut down their ploughs and pots and toysAnd pulled until kerack! Oh, joy—They broke right through that peanut-butter sandwich

A puff of dust, a screech, a squeak—The king's jaw opened with a creak.And then in voice so faint and weak—The first words that they heard him speakWere, "How about a peanut-butter sandwich?"