POETRY BOOKBY JACINTA TREFT
They are vocabulary that are examples of poetry insongs.POETRY DEVICES1
DEFINITIONS OF THE TERMS IN THE MOVIEHere2Movie
BLACKOUTPOETRY2the pasth a stau ghtu sl e ss onsThe past has taughtus lessons.
Blackout poetry is when you have a news paper orarticle and you make a poem out of it and black-out the rest.Examples of b...
A Haiku is a poem that has 5 syllables and then 7and 5 again.To the right are ones I made.HAIKU35
SPARKLESThey are so shinyIt come in different shapesI love to see them6
FLOWERSFlowers are prettyThey are all over the worldso very soft, silkyvii
I am happy and tallI wonder about rainbowsI hear sounds from the wallI see themI want to meet them somedayI am happy and t...
Fav SonnetSonnet 8Music to hear, why hearst thou music sadly?Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy.Why lovest th...
COMPARE AND CONTRASTCompare & Contrast - Italian & Shakespearean SonnetsItalianThe first and most common sonnet is the Pet...
MYSONNETMy dog likes to bark at many squirrels.And he tries to get flies in the parkAll dogs have a good sense of smell an...
A visual poem in a shape.CONCRETE POEM512MineToni’s
Be yourselfEducate yourselfLiveImagineEatVacationEvolve your mindYetOver thereU can seeConcentrateAnd focusNever quiteACRO...
Poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular meter.Cloudsare fluffy and whitebig and smallwe see them everywherethey are s...
ODE POEMSA lyrical poem in the form of an address to a particular subject,often elevated in style or manner and written in...
PARODY POEMSA humorous or satirical imitation of a serious piece of literature writing.Snake snake go way,Don’t bite or I’...
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  1. 1. POETRY BOOKBY JACINTA TREFT
  2. 2. They are vocabulary that are examples of poetry insongs.POETRY DEVICES1
  3. 3. DEFINITIONS OF THE TERMS IN THE MOVIEHere2Movie
  4. 4. BLACKOUTPOETRY2the pasth a stau ghtu sl e ss onsThe past has taughtus lessons.
  5. 5. Blackout poetry is when you have a news paper orarticle and you make a poem out of it and black-out the rest.Examples of blackout poetry4
  6. 6. A Haiku is a poem that has 5 syllables and then 7and 5 again.To the right are ones I made.HAIKU35
  7. 7. SPARKLESThey are so shinyIt come in different shapesI love to see them6
  8. 8. FLOWERSFlowers are prettyThey are all over the worldso very soft, silkyvii
  9. 9. I am happy and tallI wonder about rainbowsI hear sounds from the wallI see themI want to meet them somedayI am happy and tallI pretend to be sadI feel hurtI touch the rainbowI worry about them dying againI cry they will never come backI am happy and tallI understand that it will eventually happenI say they should be hereI dream that they are still hereI try to reach themI hope they were still aliveI am happy and tallI AMviii4
  10. 10. Fav SonnetSonnet 8Music to hear, why hearst thou music sadly?Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy.Why lovest thou that which thou receivest not gladly,Or else receivest with pleasure thine annoy?If the true concord of well-tuned sounds,By unions married, do offend thine ear,They do but sweetly chide thee, who confoundsIn singleness the parts that thou shouldst bear.Mark how one string, sweet husband to another,Strikes each in each by mutual ordering,Resembling sire and child and happy motherWho all in one, one pleasing note do sing:Whose speechless song, being many, seeming one,Sings this to thee: thou single wilt prove none.SONNET4
  11. 11. COMPARE AND CONTRASTCompare & Contrast - Italian & Shakespearean SonnetsItalianThe first and most common sonnet is the Petrarchan, or Italian.This sonnet is divided into two stanzas, the octave (the firsteight lines) followed by the answering sestet (the final six lines).This sonnet type has a tightly woven rhyme scheme, abba, abba,cdecde or cdcdcd.Shakespearean The Shakespearean sonnet is also called the English sonnet.This sonnet follows a different set rules than the Italian sonnet.Here, three quatrains and a couplet follow this rhyme scheme:abab, cdcd, efef, gg . Both They both follow a rhyme scheme. They are both commontypes of sonnetsDifferentDifferent rhyme schemes. Different set of rules.DefinitionA poem of fourteen lines using any of a number of formal rhymeschemes, in English typically having ten syllables per line.10
  12. 12. MYSONNETMy dog likes to bark at many squirrels.And he tries to get flies in the parkAll dogs have a good sense of smell and soundThey are so very cute and some cuddlyEveryday they greet you at the doorAnd they cry until you pet them, so muchThey are so fluffy and soft, so prettyOn hot days they pant so much11
  13. 13. A visual poem in a shape.CONCRETE POEM512MineToni’s
  14. 14. Be yourselfEducate yourselfLiveImagineEatVacationEvolve your mindYetOver thereU can seeConcentrateAnd focusNever quiteACROSTIC POEM613
  15. 15. Poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular meter.Cloudsare fluffy and whitebig and smallwe see them everywherethey are sometimes greythey bring storm and sunny daysCloudsFREE VERSE7
  16. 16. ODE POEMSA lyrical poem in the form of an address to a particular subject,often elevated in style or manner and written in varied orirregular meterxv
  17. 17. PARODY POEMSA humorous or satirical imitation of a serious piece of literature writing.Snake snake go way,Don’t bite or I’ll run away.Little bunny want to hop;Snake snake go to the cop,Never come around me or I’ll be on the house top.16Rain rain go away,come again another day.Little Johnny wants to play;Rain rain go to spain,Never shoe your face again!

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