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  • 1. MY POETRY POWERPOINT Mrs. LaFaso
  • 2. Couplets- The last word of the first line and last line rhyme .
    • Poetry can be fun to write
    • Sometimes it keeps me up all night.
    • My cats like to play
    • All night and all day
  • 3. Apology Poem
    • Dear flowers,
    • I am sorry I forgot to water you and now it is too late.
    • Please forgive me.
  • 4. Sensory Poem – sight, sound, smell, taste.
    • I was sunbathing on the beach
    • I saw such beautiful waves
    • Crashing on the sand
    • I could smell the salty spray
    • I could taste pizza on the boardwalk.
  • 5. Phrase poem – states an idea with a list of phrases.
    • Eating ice cream
    • Mmmm mmm mmmm
    • Chocolate, vanilla, sprinkles
    • Licking, dripping, making me a mess
    • Yum yum yum!
  • 6. Cinquain – 1 word, 2 words, 3 words, 4 words, 1 word
    • Kittens
    • Clumsy, playful
    • Full of fun
    • Always looking for mischief
    • Kittens
  • 7. 5 W Poetry – who? What? When? Where? Why?
    • I
    • Love to read books
    • When ever I can
    • My favorite place is on my porch
    • In my comfy rocking chair.
  • 8. Diamond Poetry - When centered this poem will take on the shape of a diamond
    • Autumn
    • warm, cool
    • Red, yellow, orange
    • Falling leaves
    • Amazing
  • 9. Accrostic – an acrostic poem is one in which the first letter of every line form a name or theam.
    • S tudents
    • C lasses
    • H allways welcoming
    • O h how many friends
    • O h what fun it will be
    • L earning