Poem analyzingThe monsters petThe monsters pet By Craig
ContentsIntroFirst observationsPattern Monster!Rhymes and soundWhat I liked about mypoemWhat I learnedBai
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.
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.
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.
Rhymes and SoundIn the second verse,sounds were used toimitate what a monster ormonsters pet would soundlike and the author mixedthese into a rhyme.
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.
What I learnedI learned about new waysto create rhymes and newpatterns, and ways to useonomatopoeia to expressideas in a poem.