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Your Voice in the Verseself-expression, creative ownership and poetry         a stimulus for a Grade 8 poetry class       ...
Some famous dead people were poets.But poetry is not ‘famous dead people’.                               image1
OICE                                        Image 2Poetry is here –you claim the space and place
Image 3poetry shuffles around in the random & the                                  mundane
‘poetry is philosophy’ssister – the one that wears                   makeup’               Jennifer Grotz, 2005.          ...
poetry isdissection. youcontrol what is      exposed    and what is   unrevealed.                  Image 5
poetry lets  you find a     million   differentways to say  the same      thing.               Image 6
poetry is an actof retrieval. you  already makepoetry with youreyes, mind and           voice.              Image 7
“poetry issuch ashowman.It ran awayand joined ahip hopband.”               Image 8
Image 9poetry is like a club with no rules, no dress code & no joining fees.
poetry  changeseverything.and nothingmuch at all.          Image 10
Image 11poetry wants to start      conversations
Image 12poetry makes a moment indelible.
…                                 Image 13You cannot ‘lose’ your poetry.
Credits                                                                                  of original images1. Snyder, Marc...
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  1. 1. Your Voice in the Verseself-expression, creative ownership and poetry a stimulus for a Grade 8 poetry class PoeTRY FORum 2012 KateW
  2. 2. Some famous dead people were poets.But poetry is not ‘famous dead people’. image1
  3. 3. OICE Image 2Poetry is here –you claim the space and place
  4. 4. Image 3poetry shuffles around in the random & the mundane
  5. 5. ‘poetry is philosophy’ssister – the one that wears makeup’ Jennifer Grotz, 2005. Image 4
  6. 6. poetry isdissection. youcontrol what is exposed and what is unrevealed. Image 5
  7. 7. poetry lets you find a million differentways to say the same thing. Image 6
  8. 8. poetry is an actof retrieval. you already makepoetry with youreyes, mind and voice. Image 7
  9. 9. “poetry issuch ashowman.It ran awayand joined ahip hopband.” Image 8
  10. 10. Image 9poetry is like a club with no rules, no dress code & no joining fees.
  11. 11. poetry changeseverything.and nothingmuch at all. Image 10
  12. 12. Image 11poetry wants to start conversations
  13. 13. Image 12poetry makes a moment indelible.
  14. 14. … Image 13You cannot ‘lose’ your poetry.
  15. 15. Credits of original images1. Snyder, Marc. [image] "Marc Snyder in Black and White." FIMP. Fiji Island Mermaid Press. 23 Oct.-Nov. 2007 <http://www.fimp.net/bw24poets.html>.2. Artist unknown. [Image] ‘trainers over wire’. [Image]. Accessed on www.theatlanticcitties.com3. Artist Unknown. [Image] ‘Scrambled poetry’. Available on: http://libraries.wichita.edu/subsplus/subjects/poetry4. [Original image]: Vintage dress. Accessible on http://kellygolightly.com/total-betty-mad-men-vintage-dresses5. Bob Trotman, ‘Tom’ . 2005. Figure in wood, tempura and wax. Photo courtesy of North Carolina Museum of Art.6. [artists unknown] ‘Peace-Love-hand-sweet.jpg’ accessed on 1 May 2012, on Deadspace.wikia.com/wiki7. [artist unknown]. ‘T.S. Eliot ‘ [image]. Copyright Bettman/CORBIs, as used in Poster for Poetry Out Loud, Alaska. [online] .Juneau Arts & Humanities Council www.jahc.org8. [artist unknown], Hilltop Hoods+ 3’, Last.Fm accessed 1 May 2012, www.last.fm/music/Hilltop+Hoods9. Artist Unknown. ‘Portrait of Emily Dickinson’, Courtesy of Amherst College Library. Featured in poster for #poetrybyemilydickinson10. Cover of the U2 album War (1983). Photograph by Ian Finlay.11. Artist unknown. [image] ‘Streets are Saying Things’., from the Graffiti Museum. Accessed from Place of Social Media [online] http://placeofsocialmedia.com/blog/2005/07/22/streets-are-saying-things%E2%84%A2-the-original-online- graffiti-museum/12. Ivory Elephant Photography. [image] ‘Poetry tattoo’. 2006. Accessed from : http://www.flickr.com/photos/naiadsspring/194261504/13. Artist Unknown. [image] ‘Alienation’. Accessed from www.thehappiercompany.com All images used for educational and teaching purposes only.

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