WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO you ?. BY: ALEX, ISAAC, DANNY, AND CARLY. so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens. --William Carlos Williams, The Red Wheelbarrow. Reader Response Theory.By tadeo
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POETRY POETRY POETRY POETRY. Awaluddin Safar bin Jaafar Fikri Nazwan bin Mahmud Foo Chuan Yee Aizat Rushdi bin Che Jaafar Muhammad Azhan Zaffuan bin Ramli. DEFINITION….
Poetry Introduction: Poetry Terms. as dead as the dodo as dead as a doornail as different as chalk from cheese as dry as a bone as dry as dust as dull as dishwater as flat as a pancake as free as a bird as fresh as a daisy as gentle as a lamb as good as gold as happy as a lark
Poetry . Figures of Speech. Figures of Speech. Figures of speech are a special language tools use by poets and other writer to make their writing more colorful. The various figured of speech can add drama, detail, and depth to poetry. Some commonly used figures of speech are:
Poetry. By: Jessica All (pictures) backgrounds are from Clip art and sample pictures/clips online. Contents . Words hyperlinked to slide. 3.Metaphor 4.Self Portrait 5.Haiku 6. Cinquain 7.Limerick 8.Free Verse 9. Personification 10. Poetry Poem 11.Color Poem 12. Alliteration
Poetry. By: Elizabeth. Table of contents. The Book Self Portrait Haiku Florida Surf Limerick Past In Egypt The Sun Follows Color Poem The Volcano If I were in charge of the world. Metaphor Poem. The book Is a beautiful dictionary Putting unknown words into stories,
Poetry. This Power Point will change every 2 minutes. If you miss something, it will cycle through again. Just keep going!. Poetry.
Poetry. Poetry Prompt Day 1. Write 4 stanzas about a monumental moment in your life. It must be original, avoid clichés, and each stanza needs 3-4 lines. . Poetry Prompt Day 2.
POETRY. The Joy of Words. Organic vs. formulaic . Raw w/ or w/out rhyme Patternless ? Random Off the wall I nformal. Clean Rhyme schemes Follows rules Patterns Orderly Not so crazy Formal. Figurative Language. Personification Simile Metaphor Irony Satire Hyperbole
POETRY. POETRY. A type of literature that expresses ideas, feelings, or tells a story in a specific form (usually using lines and stanzas). POET The poet is the author of the poem. SPEAKER The speaker of the poem is the “narrator” of the poem. . POINT OF VIEW IN POETRY.
Poetry. Alliteration. What is it!?. Alliteration: the repetition of the same or very similar initial sounds in words that are close together in a poem. An example is: His soul sings like a saxophone. Your task: Create a line that uses alliteration of the ‘B’ sound.