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  • Cinquain Train CINQUAIN POEMS By: Maddy
  • THERE ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CINQUAINPOEMS The traditional version is the one I am doing witch is based on syllable counts. Another way is doing line 1 1 word line 2 2 words and so on and so forth but the last line witch is the 5th line has 1 word
  • A DIFFERENT KIND OF POEM The other last way is the modern way witch uses line 1 - one word (noun) a title or name of the subject
line 2 - two words (adjectives) describing the title
line 3 - three words (verbs) describing an action related to the title
line 4 - four words describing a feeling about the titlem, a complete sentence
line 5 - one word referring back to the title of the poem
  • MY REASON The reason I choose to do syllable count is because I checked a total of five sites and 3 out of the 5 said the way to do Cinquain poems is to do the syllable count. The other ones said to do the modern version witch I just explained.
  • RULES FOR A CINQUAIN POEM Line 1- 2 syllables Line 2- 4 syllables Line 3- 6 syllables Line 4- 8 syllables Line 5- 2 syllables
  • EXAMPLE POEMS They won! players, Proud and joyful take a well deserved rest. Dedication and sacrifice Paid off. Baseball Baseball Bat cracks against The pitch, sending it out Over the back fence, I did it! Homerun
  • EXAMPLE POEMS Playful Puppies Puppies Ornery fun Playing, barking, sleeping Favorite little loving friends Playful
  • MY POEMS SWIMMING Swimming Against the clock Racing so fast your sick You are almost there five more yards Finish SCHOOL Teaches You to do math And reading and science You also get to go outside That’s fun
  • WEBSITES Barden, Cindy. Cinquain Poems. Web. 30 Mar. 2012. Suzanne Honour, 2002-2003. Web. 29 Mar. 2012. "Syllable Count Poems Lesson." Web. 30 Mar. 2012. http://kellie- .