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Poetry vocabulary

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Poetry vocabulary

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Poetry vocabulary

  1. 1. Papa’s Fishing Hole-Narrative Poem I place my tiny hand in his as we walk to Papa’s Fishing Hole. I hand him a wiggling night crawler fighting for his life. The deadly hook squishes through the worm’s head, and I watch the brown guts ooze out. Papa throws the pole’s long arm back and then forward. The line lands in a merky spot along the reedy shore. Now I get to reel it in. Nothing yet, he says. He casts again. I reel it in. Still nothing. Three time’s a charm, he says. He casts.
  2. 2. Washed Away Nothing's changed except me and the facts And the sadness I didn't mean to start. But it feels different now you've said It's wrong, and I still can't see your point. And I think as water runs over my hands that That's really all there is or can be. The gold is wearing off the infamous ring And something wears away from around my heart.
  3. 3. •What is the mood of the previous poem? Was it happy, sad, frustrated, or worried? •Ask yourself how the poem made you feel.
  4. 4. “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore, While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.'' Tis some visitor,' I muttered, `tapping at my chamber door - Only this and nothing more.‘ Internal Rhyme- A rhyme between a word within a line and another, either at the end of the same line or within another line.
  5. 5. Thinking Water Instead of drinking water, Line Break They gave me thinking water, Now I’m really smart. And instead of ice cream, They gave me nice cream, Now I’ve got a big heart. Instead of hot sauce, They gave me snot sauce, Now my tongue is gooey when I talk. And instead of candy bars They gave me sandy bars, Now my mouth is full of rocks. And instead of tribal stories, They read me bible stories, Now I want to be a preacher And instead of kool-aid They gave me school-aid. But I still don’t like my teacher.
  6. 6.  Sections that poems are divided into; also known as verses.  Example: The red Wheelbarrow So much depends upon White Space a red wheel borrow White Space glazed with rain water White Space beside the white chickens.
  7. 7. Repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of words or in syllables. Canvas in creative colors Painter paints to persuade people; Sends surprises to spectators’ sight, And wide-ranging wonder world wide; Like lighting the love in one’s life, Arts in it is an asset from above!
  8. 8. The naming of a think or action by imitation of natural sounds. Down the mountain Gliding, sliding Swish, swoosh Almost done
  9. 9. Simile: Comparing one thing to another using the words LIKE or AS. Example: That boy was Crazy LIKE a fox! Metaphor: When you use a metaphor, you are saying that a person, place, animal or thing IS some thing else, not just LIKE it! Example: "My head teacher is a dragon." "The Mayor glared with eyes of ice." Idioms: A set expression of two or more words that means something other than the literal meanings of its individual words. Example: A piece of cake- Means very easy As fresh as a daisy- Full of energy Man’s best friend- The dog

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