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    • TheWonderfulWorld ofPoetry…
    • Lyrical Poetry Dramat ic Poet ry Expresses Narrati Dramatizes Personal veaction though thoughts and emotions. Poetry dialogue or Poetry- monologue
    • Dramatic Poetry A poem where the speaker is someone other then the poetthemselves. A Dramatic poem “Meeting At Ni often includes characters and By Robert dialogue. A Dramatic Browning Monologue is often from a fictional character’s point of view.
    • “Be Still myBeating Heart” - Sting E x p r e s s e s “Winter” e m o t i o n s , a p p e a l s -Shakespeare t o y o u r
    • A Poem that tells a“The Raven” s tory, and has the-Edgar Allen Poe elements of a s tory. Often Narrative poems have a rhyme
    • Metaphor SimileWhen the AnalogyAuthor of apoem writes Imagerysomething, Personificationbut doesn’treally mean it
    • A comparison NOT using like or as. “”I t i s Th e thewo r l E a s t, a nd d J u lie t is t h eis a Romeo, “Romeo and Juliet”, William Shakespeare s u n !”
    • S imiles • When you compare something using l i k e or a s . • The river is peaceful, like a new baby sleeping. Assignment: Find the similes in “Be Still My Beating Heart”
    • I n a poem, you c an of t en s ee t he i mages t he aut hor wr i t es about When t he aut hor pr ovi desThe spring flowers,vibrant, electrified with vi s ualthe newness of spring pi c t ur es as you r ead.
    • • A COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO APPARRENTLY DISSIMILAR THINGS MADE TO CLARIFY A CERTAIN POINT ABOUT ONE OF THEM. EXAMPLES: Glove is to hand as paint is to wall Citizens are to president as solar system is to galaxyHorses are to past societies as computers are to future societies
    • When human like qualities aregiven to an animal or object.Example: An overly gregariouspuppy.A decrepit old car.
    • Who is the SPEAKER/VOICE of the Poem? What is the tone ofIs it the poet or the poem? a character in The Point of view can be the actual poet the poem? him/herself, but may also be an animal, an inanimate object, or a fictional character.
    • WordConnotation: Denotation:The way a word Choice/Diction The actualmakes us feel. dictionary definition of the Words can give us word. different feelings when we hear them…some positive, some negative, and everything in between! Find some examples in “Meeting at Night,” the poem…
    • Irony When something that wasn’t expected happens. Or when the opposite of what is expected happens. For example: In “Incident in a Rose Garden The devil wasn’t coming for the gardener, he was coming for the farmer!
    • • RHYME• RHYTHM• REPETITION• REFRAIN• ALLITERATION• ASSONANCE• ONOMATOPOEIA
    • • RHYME – REPETITON OF SIMILAR SOUNDS.• RHYTHM – PATTERN OF STRESSED AND UNSTRESSED SYLLABLES IN EACH LINE. THE POEM HAS A REGULAR BEAT.• RHYME SCHEME – A PATTERN OF RHYMES IN A POEM.
    • VS.Refrain is Repetitionwhen a poem is when arepeats entire word orlines or more phras e iss ev eral times repeatedthroug hout. jus t once or in oneLike the s pecificchorus of a area of thes ong poem.
    • Mus ical Devices• Alliteration • AssonanceWhen the same When the same vowel sound is used in words consonant sound is throughout a piece of used throughout a writing piece of writing. That is the way we willcandy covered coconuts. pray today, okay?
    • Onomatopoeia word that expresses sound…Zip,zoom,bang,boom
    • Poetic FormS FORM – THE WAY A POEM LOOKS ON A PAGE.LINES – POEMS ARE WRITTEN IN LINES, WHICH MAY OR MAY NOT BE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.STANZA – IN SOME FORMS OF POETRY, LINES ARE GROUPED INTO STANZAS. STRUCTURED FORM – POEMS WITH A REGULAR, REPEATED PATTERN. FREE VERSE – POEMS WITHOUT A REGULAR PATTERN. Some forms include: Acrostic,Cinquain, Concrete, Haiku, List, Limerick, Diamante
    • ACROSTIC POETRYAN ACROSTIC POEM IS ONE WHERE YOU CHOOSE A WORD OR NAME AND UE EACH LETTER IN THE NAMEAS THE BEGINNING OFA WORD OR LINE THAT TELLS SOMETHING
    • HAIKU A poem where there are “You” I Love you so5 syllables in the much, 1st line; I long to see your beauty, 7 in the secondPg 11 line; Love the way you shine, rd
    • The “Modern” Cinquain Sister Smart, Outgoing Cinquain s Loving, playing, Laughing Always in for some fun •A Cinquain is a poem that resembles diamond. •It has 5 lines and begins with one Friend word. •The 2nd line has two adjectives that “Tucson Rain” describe that word.“Traditional” The smell Cinquain •The 3rd , three verbs. Everyone moves •The 4th line is a phrase that goes To the window to look deeper into the topic. Work stops and people start talking •The 5th line gives either a synonym f the first word, or a word that Pg 10 Rain came encompasses the whole poem.
    • The lis t poem is a very old form of poetry.  It itemizes things or events .  Lis t poems can be of any length, rhymed, or
    • Poetry in which authors use bothwords and physical shape to convey a message.
    • Another Concrete Poem
    • A SHORT, HUMOUROUS POEM COMPOSED OF FIVE LINES. IT USUALLY HAS THE RHYMESCHEME AABBA, CREATED BY TWO RHYMING COUPLETS FOLLOWED BY A FIFTH LINE THAT RHYMES WITH THE FIRST COUPLET. ALIMERICK TYPICALLY HAS A SING- SONG RHYTHM.
    • Poetry Resources PageHelpful Links for you!Types of Poemshttp://www.tqnyc.org/NYC030240/typesofpoems.htmlSamples of Narrative Poetryhttp://www.babincentral.com/7english/narrative_poetry.htmLyrical Poetrywww.lyrics.comFinding Poetrywww.poemhunter.com