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Haiku – Limerick - Cinquain. Mrs. Athanasakos. POETRY. Writing that combines exact meaning of words with emotional connections Poets experiment with the sounds and rhythms of language Poets use figurative language: metaphors, similes, personification, onomatopoeia, etc.

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    1. Haiku – Limerick - Cinquain Mrs. Athanasakos

    2. POETRY • Writing that combines exact meaning of words with emotional connections • Poets experiment with the sounds and rhythmsof language • Poets use figurative language: metaphors, similes, personification, onomatopoeia, etc. • Poems are written in stanzas or groups of lines

    3. Many Types of Poetry • Sometimes, poems rhyme • Sometimes they don’t, they are free verse • Some poems have several stanzas or sections, and other don’t • Some poems follow specific rules, like how many words are in each line • Some poems have a specific number of syllables

    4. HAIKU • Comes from Japan. • Has three lines. • First line has five syllables • Second line has seven syllables • Third line has five syllables • Haiku poems do not rhyme • Often, the topic is related to nature or the seasons.

    5. Haiku Sample Autumn leaves falling Turning shades of red and brown Seasons are changing

    6. LIMERICK • Silly or humorous poem • Has a specific pattern • Lines 1, 2, and 5 are longer and rhyme with each other. • Lines 3 and 4 are shorter and rhyme with each other.

    7. Limerick Sample There once was a clown named Bo Who liked to put on a great show He drove a small car And he was a star He did tricks that made us say “Oh!”

    8. CINQUAIN • Five-line poem: • Line 1: One word (noun) – 2 syllables • Line 2: 2 descriptive words (adjectives) – 4 syl. • Line 3: 3 words that describe action – 6 syl. • Line 4: 4 words that express feeling – 8 syl. • Line 5: 1 word (synonym or reference to noun on line 1) – 2 syllables

    9. Cinquain Sample Clowns Silly, Funny Running, jumping, laughing They make the circus so much fun Performers

    10. Bio Poem • A Bio Poem is a fun poem that describes a person in 10-11 lines. There are various formats or models to use when writing a bio poem • Some might be written about another person • Some might be written about yourself

    11. Bio Poem Model First name (Four adjectives that describe the person) Son or Daughter of (your parents names) Lover of (three different things that the person loves) Who feels (three different feelings and when or where they are felt) Who gives (three different things the person gives) Who fears (three different fears the person has) Who would like to see (three different things the person would like to see) Who lives (a brief description of where the person lives) Last name

    12. Bio Poem Sample Darice Adventurous, curious, earthy, and caring Daughter of Marge and Seth Lover of climbing, fishing, biking Who feels relaxed with friends, happy on holidays, and energetic when outdoors Who gives love, patience, and encouragement Who fears large exams, big black hairy spiders, and mice Who would like to see Alaska, the Black Sea, andIndia. Who lives in Chicago, Illinois Ali

    13. Diamante Poem Diamante Poem • Diamantes can be about anything • They are 7 lines long • The word count is simple: 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1 • Your lines should have: noun, adjectives, verbs, nouns, verbs, adjectives, noun • Try to “center” your poem on the page to give it a diamond shape • Most importantly, have fun!

    14. Diamante Poem Model Noun Adjective, Adjective Verb, Verb, Verb Noun, Noun, Noun, Noun Verb, Verb, Verb Adjective, Adjective Noun

    15. Synonym Diamante Poem Monsters
Evil, Spooky
Howling, Shrieking, Wailing
Ghosts, Vampires, Goblins, Witches
Flying, Scaring, Terrifying
Creepy, Crawly
Creatures

    16. Antonym Diamante Poem Cat
Gentle, Sleepy
Purring, Meowing, Scratching
Whiskers, Fur, Collar, Leash
Barking, Licking, Digging
Slobbery, Playful
Dog

    17. Diamante Poem Help Write a Diamante Poem