The pen wept.
Onomato poeia
Alliteration
Beanz meanz hienz


     Pick a bin to put it in.


Red,red, robin, bob, bob bobbin
Ode to Autumn by John Keats
The way the poet uses the metre so that the lines read easily.
           Season of mists and ...
Not all poems rhyme.
A rhyme happens when the last word on a line sounds the same as
          another word that is last o...
A Bad Case of the Sneezes
              by Bruce Lansky
Last night I had the sneezes.
I was really very ill.
My mother cal...
A Bad Case of the Sneezes
              by Bruce Lansky
Last night I had the sneezes.
I was really very ill.
My mother cal...
A Bad Case of the Sneezes
                                 by Bruce Lansky
                   Last night I had the sneezes...
The aliens have landed!
 Aliens Have Landed!
It’s distressing, but they’re here.
They piloted their flying saucer
        ...
Their blood is liquid helium.
Their eyes are made of granite.
Their breath exudes the stench of foods
from some unearthly ...
Poetic  Terms Quick Review
Poetic  Terms Quick Review
Poetic  Terms Quick Review
Poetic  Terms Quick Review
Poetic  Terms Quick Review
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Poetic Terms Quick Review

  1. 1. The pen wept.
  2. 2. Onomato poeia
  3. 3. Alliteration
  4. 4. Beanz meanz hienz Pick a bin to put it in. Red,red, robin, bob, bob bobbin
  5. 5. Ode to Autumn by John Keats The way the poet uses the metre so that the lines read easily. Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun; Conspiring with him how to load and bless With fruit the vines that round the thatch-eaves run; To bend with apples the moss'd cottage-trees,          And fill all fruit with ripeness to the core; To swell the gourd, and plump the hazel shells With a sweet kernel; to set budding more, And still more, later flowers for the bees, Until they think warm days will never cease;   For Summer has o'erbrimm'd their clammy cells.
  6. 6. Not all poems rhyme. A rhyme happens when the last word on a line sounds the same as another word that is last on a line nearby
  7. 7. A Bad Case of the Sneezes by Bruce Lansky Last night I had the sneezes. I was really very ill. My mother called the doctor who prescribed a purple pill. At eight o’clock I went to bed. My mom turned out the light. I used up one whole box of Kleenex sneezing through the night. I sneezed my brains out in my bed. I didn’t get much rest. So that’s the reason, teacher, that I flunked the spelling test.
  8. 8. A Bad Case of the Sneezes by Bruce Lansky Last night I had the sneezes. I was really very ill. My mother called the doctor who prescribed a purple pill. At eight o’clock I went to bed. My mom turned out the light. I used up one whole box of Kleenex sneezing through the night. I sneezed my brains out in my bed. I didn’t get much rest. So that’s the reason, teacher, that I flunked the spelling test.
  9. 9. A Bad Case of the Sneezes by Bruce Lansky Last night I had the sneezes. I was really very ill. My mother called the doctor who prescribed a purple pill. This poem has an At eight o’clock I went to bed. My mom turned out the light. abcb I used up one whole box of Kleenex rhyming pattern sneezing through the night. I sneezed my brains out in my bed. I didn’t get much rest. So that’s the reason, teacher, that I flunked the spelling test.
  10. 10. The aliens have landed! Aliens Have Landed! It’s distressing, but they’re here. They piloted their flying saucer by Kenn Nesbitt through our atmosphere. They landed like a meteor engulfed in smoke and flame. Then out they climbed immersed in slime and burbled as they came. Their hands are greasy tentacles. Their heads are weird machines. Their bodies look like cauliflower and smell like dead sardines.
  11. 11. Their blood is liquid helium. Their eyes are made of granite. Their breath exudes the stench of foods from some unearthly planet. And if you want to see these sickly, unattractive creatures, you’ll find them working in your school; they all got jobs as teachers.

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