Poetry Exploration

By: Leyton Manley

The Importance of Poetry

Poetry

Cool, Fun

Used Forever

Taught every school year and grade

Some kids like it, some kids dont

Important Poetry Importance By Leyton Manley

I can Define Soliloquy

A Soliloquy poem is when a person is talking to themselves regardless of who is listening. They express their inner thoughts or feelings.


Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/soliloquy

Identification of what poems mean.

PRAYER OF THE SELFISH CHILD By: Shel Silverstein

Now I lay me down to sleep,

I pray the lord my soul to keep,

if I die before I wake,

I pray the lord my toys to break.

So none of the other kids can use 'em...

Amen.

Identification of what poems mean #2

What that poem means is that a selfish and greedy child is praying that if he or she dies that their toys will break so that no one will be able to use them. This is a Humorous poem for kids.

Sonnet Poem

A sonnet poem is a poem that shows expression, a thought, or an idea, it is made up of 14 lines. Each line has 14 syllables. The rhymes are according to the scheme-ab ab, cdcd, efef, gg.

Source: https://www.youngwriters.co.uk/types-sonnet

I can define Poetry

A written or Spoken, rhythmical, made for exiting pleasure or exiting. Songs are Poetry.



Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/poetry?s=t

Sonnet Peom

a) Scribbler! oh what a joy you can find here
(b) Eric is the one that heads the great team
(a) Full of poems, stories and happy cheer
(b) Hopefully it will make our readers gleam
(c) Bronte's Grammar is full of homework help
(d) Guest authors revealing secrets galore
(c) While the tricky puzzles will make you yelp
(d) There is no way Scribbler! will make you snore
(e) Eric will start a tale needing an end
(f) Fancy a challenge? Puzzle Time is here
(e) Shakespeare picks the great pictures you all send
(f) Ev'ry issue's jam-packed, let's give a cheer
(g) How 'bout finding Eric hidden away
(g) Jump on the Scribbler! wagon, come and play!

Popular types of Poetry

Acrostic- A word that is written down and has descriptive words starting with that letter

Haiku- A Japanese poem that has 3 lines the theme can be anything, the structure is 1 line 5 syllables, 2nd line 7 syllables, and line 3 5 syllables

Cinquain- A poem with 5 lines that do not rhyme. ine 1: 2 syllables, Line 2: 4 syllables, Line 3: 6 syllables, Line 4: 8 syllables, Line 5: 2 syllables

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Why do authors use different structures for poetry?

Authors use different structures for poetry for many reasons. Some poems have different structures and depending on what message they want to get across they use that structure.
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Why is it important to use different structures for Poetry?

It is important to use different types of poetry because based on the reader you would want to have that poem. For example say you are reading to a kindergarten class poetry. Would you want to read Shakespeare? or would you want to show them a poem that is in the shape of an object? That is why the structures of Poetry are important.Below is a Poem with different stanzas in different places. The impact is important because you know the author is talking about the city.

I can identify Rhyme and repetition

Rhyming words in the poem below by Shel Silverstein

Chore, Store, Floor, Anymore

Repetition words in the poem

Dishes.

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The effect of Rhymes and Repetition in poetry

The effect of Poetry is huge, it has been around for so long. William Shakespeare wrote the play "Romeo and Juliet" and people are still talking about it today. We have even made a song about it. Alliteration is a type of repetition and can effect a reader or listener by making it funny or silly. Sneaky snakes, and Dropped drums, are types of repetition. Rhymes have effect because we use them in songs and have been forever. WIlliam Shakespeare \/

Verse and Stanza definition

Verse- A single line in a poetic composition Songs use Verses and Stanzas like below.

Stanza- Arrangement of certain lines in no specific order that form a poem.


Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/

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Impact of Certain Verse and stanzas in a poem

Watch both of these videos and think about the impact they have on you when you watch them.

#1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APTi7byo3Ig

#2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KW1vw22ewhY

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I can explain the impact of rhyme and repetition in an overall poem.

"Firework"

  1. Do you ever feel like a plastic bag
  2. Drifting through the wind, wanting to start again?
  3. Do you ever feel, feel so paper thin
  4. Like a house of cards, one blow from caving in?


  1. Do you ever feel like nobody notices you
  2. Going places you don't know wishing you could start you life all over again
  3. Asking if you have a low self esteem
  4. And feel like you are just going to collapse and give up