Presentation on theme: "Types of Poetry Acrostic- A poem that spells a word vertically and then uses each beginning letter as a start for that line in the poem.The poem then."— Presentation transcript:
1 Types of PoetryAcrostic- A poem that spells a word vertically and then uses each beginning letter as a start for that line in the poem.The poem then describes the word that goes down.
2 Acrostic P erfect people A lways by our side R eally helpful E specially with schoolN ever put us downT otally coolS o special to our hearts
3 Limerick5 lines with an AABBA rhyme pattern. Lines 1,2, and 5 are longer than 3 and 4. It’s usually about a person and funny.
4 Limerick There once was a princess you see, Who slept all night long on a pea!When asked how she slept,the young woman then wept,“The ordeal got the best part of me!”
5 Haiku3 line poem with no rhyme scheme. Lines 1 and 3 have 5 syllables and Line 2 has 7 syllables. It is usually about nature.
6 Haiku The autumn wind blows, Calling the leaves on the ground To join him in dance.
7 Clerihew4 line poem with an AABB rhyme pattern. It combines 2 couplets. ( A couplet is 2 rhyming lines,) It is usually about a person and funny.
8 Clerihew Mrs. Trudell looks oh so funny She loves to eat whatever is gummy.She always gets a tummy acheSo a lot of medicine she has to take!
9 Cinquain 5 lines No rhyme Line 1: 2 syllables Line 2: 4 syllables
10 BOYS, GIRLS, TEACHERS, FREEDOM FREE MY SPIRIT- SEND ME FLYING CINQUAINPLAYGROUNDA PLACE TO PLAYBOYS, GIRLS, TEACHERS, FREEDOMFREE MY SPIRIT- SEND ME FLYINGHOORAY!
11 7 LINES NO RHYME SHAPE OF A DIAMOND COMPARES 2 THINGS DIAMANTE7 LINESNO RHYMESHAPE OF A DIAMONDCOMPARES 2 THINGS
12 DIAMANTE LINE 1: NOUN LINE 2: 2 ADJECTIVES FOR NOUN LINE 3: 3 VERBS ENDING IN -INGLINE 4: 2 ADJECTIVES FOR LINE AND 2 FOR LINE 7LINE 5: 3 VERBS ENDING IN -ING TO DESCRIBE LINE 7LINE 6: 2 ADJECTIVES FOR LINE 7LINE 7: OTHER NOUN
13 DIAMANTE DOG BARKS, YELPS JUMPING, GROWLING, PANTING BEST FRIEND, FETCHES, LOVES YARN, SNEAKYSLEEPING, SCRATCHING, SHARPENINGMEOWS, PURRSCAT
14 WHIZ-BANG! BEGINS AND ENDS WITH ONOMATOPOEIA (SOUND) THE MIDDLE DESCRIBES IT WITHOUT SAYING THE WORD
15 I see the light across the sky. FLASH!I see the light across the sky.It’s raining hard so I know why no one is running or playing in town. I want to smile, but I only frown.CRACK!
16 FREE VERSEWhatever you like or are feeling. Any style or rhyme. It can have NO rhyme. It is up to YOU!Use similes, metaphors, personification, alliteration, rhyme, imagery, and onomatopoeia
17 COUPLET A pair of lines that rhyme The artist stirred some blue and greenTo paint an underwater scene.
18 4 line poem. Its rhyme scheme may be aabb, abab, abcb, or abba. QUATRAIN4 line poem.Its rhyme scheme may be aabb, abab, abcb, or abba.
19 QUATRAIN There is nothing quite so peaceful As the sound of gentle rainPitter-pitter-pattingAgainst my window pane.