mrs. brown’s guide to poetry part i. part i poetry haiku tanka cinquain diamante

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  • Slide 1
  • Mrs. Browns Guide to POETRY Part I
  • Slide 2
  • Part I Poetry Haiku Tanka Cinquain Diamante
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  • Haiku Has three non-rhyming lines. First line has 5 syllables. Second line has 7 syllables. Third line has 5 syllables. Often about something beautiful in nature.
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  • Haiku Brisk spring and fall air New colors glance in my hair As I watch in awe. 5 syllables 7 syllables X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
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  • Haiku Lets try one together: Title: 5 syllables 7 syllables
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  • Tanka Has five lines. First line has 5 syllables. Second line has 7 syllables. Third line has 5 syllables. Fourth line has 7 syllables. Fifth line has 7 syllables. Uses similes, metaphors, & personification.
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  • Tanka Thunderclouds building Gathering strength as they grow Releasing themselves Pouring life-giving torrents Cleansing the world in shower 5 syllables 7 syllables X X X X X X X X X X X X 7 syllables X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
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  • Tanka Lets try one together: Title: 5 syllables 7 syllables
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  • Cinquain Has five lines: Line 1: noun Line 2: two adjectives describing the noun Line 3: three verbs showing the actions of the noun Line 4: a four-word phrase telling about the noun Line 5: repetition of the noun or use of a synonym for the noun
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  • Cinquain Sneakers White, squeaky Running, jumping, skipping They cover my feet Nike noun 3 verbs 2 adjectives 4-word phrase synonym for noun
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  • Cinquain Lets try one together: noun 3 verbs 2 adjectives 4-word phrase synonym for noun
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  • Diamante Diamond-shaped poem with 7 lines: Line 1: 1 NOUN-A Line 2: 2 ADJECTIVES-A Line 3: 3 GERUNDS-A (verb + -ing) Line 4: 2 NOUNS-A + 2 NOUNS-B Line 5: 3 GERUNDS-B (verb + -ing) Line 6: 2 ADJECTIVES-B Line 7: 1 NOUN-B
  • Slide 13
  • Diamante Winter Rainy, cold Skiing, skating, sledding Mountains, wind, breeze, ocean Swimming, surfing, scuba diving Sunny, hot Summer 1 noun A 3 verbs + -ing A 2 adjectives A 2 nouns A + 2 nouns B 3 verbs + -ing B 2 adjectives B 1 noun B
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  • Diamante Lets try one together: Title: 1 noun A 3 verbs + -ing A 2 adjectives A 2 nouns A + 2 nouns B 3 verbs + -ing B 2 adjectives B 1 noun B
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  • Mrs. Browns Guide to POETRY Part II
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  • Part II Poetry Bio Poem Simile Poem ABC Poem Limerick
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  • Bio Poem Bio poetry gives basic information about a person in a poetic form. Bio is short for biography which is a story written about a persons life.
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  • Bio Poem Line 1: Your first name only Line 2: Four traits that describe you (adjectives) Line 3: Wishes to Line 4: Dreams of Line 5: Wants to Line 6: Who wonders Line 7: Who fears Line 8: Who likes Line 9: Who loves Line 10: Who wants to see (3 things) Line 11: Who resides in (name of your city) Line 10: Your last name only
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  • Bio Poem Dana Woman, Teacher, Mother, Happy Wishes to see Oprah Dreams of winning the lottery Wants to travel Who wonders what her children will do when they get older Who fears roller coasters Who likes scrapbooking Who wants to see Washington D.C., sunset in the West, the World! Who resides in Portland Brown
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  • Simile Poem Uses the word as to make a comparison with the subject. A statement then follows.
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  • Simile Poem Summer is as hot as a cauldron with boiling water. comparison statement Hurricanes are as destructive and angry as a mother tiger when its lost its baby.
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  • Simile Poem comparison statement Lets try some together:
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  • ABC Poem Dont always make good sense May be fun but challenging Start with A and go through the alphabet writing a word for each letter
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  • ABC Poem A Bad Cat Did Eat Falling Goat Hairs In Jamaica. Kitten Littles Make Noises On Pianos. Questioned Raccoons Sing Tunes Under Vents With Xtra Yelling Zunes!
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  • Limerick Five line poem Funny or nonsensical First line often begins with There once was
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  • Limerick There once was a sweet little frog Who lived by himself on a log. He saw a fat fly, And he said, Oh my! I think Ill go out for a jog. Rhymes with 2 What happens? How it ended? Rhymes with 1 & 2 2 short snappy lines
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  • Limerick There once was a farmer from Maine Whose cow was in terrible pain He went to the vet To care for his pet But then he got caught in the rain. Rhymes with 2 What happens? How it ended? Rhymes with 1 & 2 2 short snappy lines
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  • Limerick There once was a puppy named Prince, Who guarded his owners back fence He barked at the man Who picked up the can Stealing garbage just didnt make sense! Rhymes with 2 What happens? How it ended? Rhymes with 1 & 2 2 short snappy lines
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  • Limerick 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- Usually begins with There once was Rhymes with 2 What happens? Rhymes with 1 How it ended? Rhymes with 1 & 2 2 short snappy lines 3 & 4 rhyme Lets try on together:

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