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  • 1. Poem analyzingThe monsters petThe monsters pet By Craig
  • 2. ContentsIntroFirst observationsPattern Monster!Rhymes and soundWhat I liked about mypoemWhat I learnedBai
  • 3. IntroI read a poem called themonsters pet, in which I Welcome toam analyzing. I have the Intro!identified my firstobservations, why I likedthe poem and what kind ofrhymes and patterns werein it.
  • 4. First Observations My first observation or reaction was noting the first verse, as it was the only one of its kind in the whole poem. All the lines had a kind of "Et" at the end of the poem, and the second and last verses were different. I also noticed that I felt like the author was describing the monster, not the pet.
  • 5. PatternThe pattern in this poemwas varied from thedifferent verses. The firstverse, as I explained,rhymed at every line in theexact same way. Thesecond verse rhymed atevery second line and thefirst and third lines did notrhyme with each other.The third verse was alsoquite similar.
  • 6. Rhymes and SoundIn the second verse,sounds were used toimitate what a monster ormonsters pet would soundlike and the author mixedthese into a rhyme.
  • 7. What I liked about the poemI liked how the authormade the reader thinkabout how it soundedmore like he wasdescribing a monster, andalso making the readerthink what the pet couldbe, and I found thisinteresting and making thepoem fun to read.
  • 8. What I learnedI learned about new waysto create rhymes and newpatterns, and ways to useonomatopoeia to expressideas in a poem.
  • 9. Thank you for watching, much appreciated.
  • 10. WAIT! I justwanted to give back your...
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