Concrete Poems

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Concrete Poems

  1. 1. Writing Your Own Concrete Poem 2. Draw a sketch of a simple image that comes to your mind when you think of the world around you. 3. Write the first couplet. Make sure that the words at the end of each line rhyme. 4. Write the second couplet. Make sure that the words at the end of each of these lines rhyme. 5. Now combine your two couplets (four lines) and shape them like your sketch.
  2. 2. A click, a sputter, a whoosh- to roar! line 1 A flick, a shudder, a push- to soar! line 2 The wings held steady; the nose held high; line 3 The plane is ready to touch the sky! line 4
  3. 3. Next: Write your poem. Then add the words in the shape of your sketch.

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