What I Have Learned About Poetry
By: Connor Davis
Hustle, Work, Occupied, Overloaded
As busy as a bee in a field of 1 million flowers.
Also during this unit I learned what a stanza is. A stanza is like a paragraph in poetry. It is a group of lines spaces apart from the other stanzas and it mainly contains one center idea.
This is an example of a stanza:
“Almost perfect...but not quite.”
Those were the words of Mary Hume
At her seventh birthday party,
Looking ‘round the ribboned room.
“This tablecloth is pink not white-
Almost perfect...but not quite.”