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March 23, 2012. Take out your poetry packets that you got on Monday. POETRY. FUN. FORM. FIGURES OF SPEECH. LIMERICK. A LIMERICK IS A HUMOROUS POEM WRITTEN IN THE FOLLOWING FIVE-LINE FORM: LINES 1, 2, AND 5 RHYME LINES 3 AND 4 RHYME THERE WAS A YOUNG FELLOW NAMED HALL

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march 23 2012
March 23, 2012
  • Take out your poetry packets that you got on Monday.
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POETRY

FUN

FORM

FIGURES OF SPEECH

limerick
LIMERICK
  • A LIMERICK IS A HUMOROUS POEM WRITTEN IN THE FOLLOWING FIVE-LINE FORM:
    • LINES 1, 2, AND 5 RHYME
    • LINES 3 AND 4 RHYME
    • THERE WAS A YOUNG FELLOW NAMED HALL
    • WHO FELL IN THE SPRING IN THE FALL
    • ‘TWOULD HAVE BEEN A SAD THING
    • IF HE’D DIED IN THE SPRING,
    • BUT HE DIDN’T—HE DIED IN THE FALL.
examples of limericks
EXAMPLES OF LIMERICKS
  • THERE WAS A YOUNG FELLOW NAMED HALL
  • WHO FELL IN THE SPRING IN THE FALL
  • ‘TWOULD HAVE BEEN A SAD THING
  • IF HE’D DIED IN THE SPRING,
  • BUT HE DIDN’T—HE DIED IN THE FALL.
examples of limericks1
Examples of limericks
  • Complete the lines:
  • There once was a princess named Meg
  • Who accidently broke her ________
  • She slipped on the _______
  • Not once but ________
  • Take no pity on her, I _______
examples of limericks2
Examples of limericks
  • Complete the limerick
  • There once was a horse from _________
  • Who spoke to master __________
  • The master was __________
  • And fell to his ____________
  • And the horse galloped off to __________
cinquain 5 lines of unrhymed poetry
CINQUAIN 5 LINES OF UNRHYMED POETRY
  • LINE 1: ONE WORD [TITLE]
  • LINE 2: TWO WORDS [describing title]
  • LINE 3: THREE WORDS [action words]
  • LINE 4: FOUR WORDS [feeling words or may be a four word sentence]
  • LINE 5: ONE WORD [synonym for the title]
example of cinquain
Example of cinquain
  • Love
  • Lasting, forgiving
  • Holding, comforting, shadowing
  • Warmth that carries you
  • strength
tanka 5 line unrhymed poem
TANKA 5 line unrhymed poem
  • A TANKA IS USUALLY ABOUT THINGS THAT OCCUR IN NATURE OR FEELINGS THAT WE EXPERIENCE
  • Line 1: 5 syllables
  • LINE 2: 7 syllables
  • LINE 3: 5 syllables
  • LINE 4: 7 syllables
  • LINE 5: 7 syllables
example of tanka
Example of tanka
  • Playing hide and seek
  • Eyes closed---trying not peek.
  • Counting to fifty,
  • Ready or not here I come.
  • Then I find them one by one.
haiku 3 line unrhymed poem
HAIKU 3 line unrhymed poem
  • A haiku is usually about something in nature.
  • LINE 1: 5 syllables
  • LINE 2: 7 syllables
  • LINE 3: 5 syllables
examples of haiku
Examples of haiku
  • Standing up tall for
  • What you think is right can be
  • Difficult to do.
  • Time moves without pause
  • In an effort to get you
  • To your wanted place.
diamante
DIAMANTE
  • LINE 1: noun
  • LINE 2: 2 adjectives describing the noun
  • LINE 3: 3 participles [verbs ending in ing or ed]
  • LINE 4: 4 nouns or a phrase about the noun
  • LINE 5: 3 participles that begin to show a change in the subject
  • LINE 6: 2 adjectives which continue the change
  • LINE 7: Noun- opposite of the subject-line 1
examples of a diamante
Examples of a diamante
  • Enemies
  • Silent, bitter
  • Hating, hurting, fighting
  • At last, face to face
  • Asking, thinking, hoping
  • Talking, laughing
  • friends
example of a diamante
Example of a diamante
  • Morning
  • Cracking, crisp
  • Glistening, gleaming, glaring
  • Sun that stings my eyes
  • Rushing, raging, tiring
  • Soothing, sleepy
  • evening
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Sijo
  • Korean form
  • Deals with dancers, fun, school, home, pets, nature
  • Six lines of 6, 7, or 8 syllables in each line
  • Does not rhyme
example of sijo
Example of sijo
  • I love the summer mornings
  • Shining dew on the fragrant flowers,
  • Cool breeze through my window,
  • Sun dancing on the horizon
  • Bees buzzing in the garden
  • As I smell breakfast cooking.
quinzaine
Quinzaine
  • 15 syllables in three lines which make a statement followed by a question.
  • First line- 7 syllables
  • Second line- 5 syllables
  • Third line- 3 syllables
example of quinzaine
Example of quinzaine
  • I like to learn at school but . . .
  • Why is there so much
  • Work to do?
to get a c
To get a C
  • You must do at least 1 limerick, 1 diamante, 1cinquain, 1 tanka, 1 sijo, 2 haiku, and 2 quinzaine.
  • Eachsheet should have 2 poems, labeled, titled and illustrated.
  • You must use unlined paper whether typed or handwrittten
if you want an a or b
If you want an A or B
  • You must do all of the previous poems.
  • If you want at least a B [80%], you must do at least two of the poems from the following section.
  • If you want at least an A [90%], you must do at least four of the poems from the following section.
  • For all poems, you will be graded on following the form accurately and an appropriate illustration, and quality of the poem.
free verse
Free Verse
  • At least 10 lines of at least 8 syllables each.
  • No rhyme
  • Single topic of your choice
name poem
Name poem
  • Use your name but must have at least 10 letters in your name.
  • May use your middle name to make up the 10 letters
example of name poem
Example of name poem
  • Robert Hall
  • R easonable H appy
  • O rderly A ble
  • B oisterous L aughing
  • E nergetic L ovable
  • R ational
  • T alkative
color poem
Color poem
  • Color poems may be written in many ways:
  • You can use one color throughout--
  • Blue is the sky on a summer day.
  • Blue is the color of my mother’s eyes.
  • Blue I a sapphire on my sister’s hand.
  • Blue is the water in a swimming pool.
  • or
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Yellow is like fresh butter, spread on my morning toast.

  • Yellow is a daisy in a farmer’s field.
  • Yellow is the gold in the treasury mint.
  • or
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You can use multiple colors--

  • Green make me feel like grass blowing in the breeze.
  • Red makes me feel like a girl who is blushing.
  • Purple makes me feel the madness of kings.
  • Must be ten lines with at least 8 syllables each
concrete poem
Concrete poem
  • This type of poetry is concerned with the arrangement of words on a page. The object is illustrated so the meaning of the word, phrase, or sentence is visually depicted. This is sometimes referred to as “shaped whimsey.”
example of concrete poem
Example of concrete poem
  • jumping up and down and all around jumping up and down and all around jumping up and down and all around
example of concrete poem1
Example of concrete poem
  • The
  • Great
  • Big blue
  • And more blue
  • Super
  • ball
license plate poem
License plate poem
  • Use a combination of numbers and letters just like a license plate—
  • 6 My license plate is out of
  • 7 date in December. I plan to
  • 2 change to
  • A All
  • E Enemies
  • D Drive
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C
  • One of each:
    • Limerick
    • Cinquain
    • Tanka
    • Diamante
    • Sijo
  • Two of Each:
    • Haiku
    • Quinzaine