There was an old man from Peru, who dreamed he was eating his shoe. He awoke in the night with a terrible fright, and found out that it was quite true. Limerick Did you see/hear the rhyme pattern? Lines 1, 2, and 5 rhyme. Lines 3 and 4 may or may not rhyme.
Limerick Remember that the rhythm is just as important in a limerick as the rhyme. Try completing this limerick. There once was a pauper named Meg Who accidentally broke her _______. She slipped on the ______. Not once, but thrice Take no pity on her, I __________.
Limerick What else do you notice about limericks? Theyre meant to be funny! A cinquain is a fiveline poem that describes a person, place, or thing. Cinquains
dessert a one-word title, a noun cold, creamy eating, giggling, licking cone with three scoops Ice cream
two adjectives three -ing participles a phrase a synonym for your title, another noun Cinquains puppy ornery, naughty growling, jumping, chewing
a playful bundle of trouble Boxer Cinquains Title of Poem Author's Name _________________ _____________, ___________ _______________, ______________, _______________
Swimming, surfing, scuba diving Sunny, hot Summer - What is the relationship between the first and last lines? -What is the "middle" of the poem, and how can you tell? Diamante Winter
Rainy, cold Skiing, skating, sledding Mountains, wind, breeze, ocean Noun 2 Adjectives 3 Gerunds (verb+ing) 2 nouns for topic one 2 nouns for topic two
Swimming, surfing, scuba 3 Gerunds diving (verb+ing) For topic two. Sunny, hot Summer 2 adjectives for topic two Noun- topic two
Diamante Partner Share: 30 seconds What is the purpose of a diamante? Answer: to compare! Haiku short poems that usually describe nature or a moment in time; they often contain a reference to a season of the year
often have a total of 17 syllables and usually have three lines 1.The first line has five syllables, 2.The second line has seven syllables, 3.The third line has five syllables. Haiku Old pond A frog leaps in The sound of water.
Line Line Line one sets the stage, two tells more about it. three is the heart. Haiku The Rose
The red blossom bends and drips its dew to the ground. Like a tear it falls. Count the syllables. How many are there? 17 How many lines are there? 3 Free Verse Free to write whatever youd like!
You choose the topic! It is written without proper rules about form, rhyme, rhythm, meter, etc. Free Verse Fog by Carl Sandburg The fog comes on little cat feet.
It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. -Does it rhyme? -Is there any pattern?
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