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Poetry Styles By Mrs. Hicks Poetry Samples by Susan Silverman An Apple A Day
Couplets The last word of the first line and last line rhyme. Sweet apple, red and round So nice to get you Off the ground!
Apology Poem Dear Apple, I'm sorry that I picked you off the tree before you were ready to fall Please forgive me
Sensory Poem I was standing in the orchard When I saw a lovely tree (sight) I heard an apple fall, (sound) It smelled so very sweet (smell) I took a bite...yum! (taste)
Phrase Poem This form of poetry states an idea with a list of phrases. Eating Apples yum, yum, yum, crunching, munching healthy, juicy apples
Cinquain Apples (one word) Juicy, sweet (two words) Red, yellow, green (three words) Yummy, delicious, fantastic, healthy (four words) Apples (one word)
Five W'S Poetry Each line in this type of poem answers one of the 5 W's (who? what? when? where? why?) I Love eating apples In the morning In my kitchen Cause they are so good for me
Diamond Poetry When centered this poem will take the form of a diamond. Apples (one word) Sweet, ripe (two words) Delicious, Empire, Cortland (three words) Pies, sauce (two words) Apples (one word)
Acrostic Poetry An acrostic poem is one in which certain letters, often the first letter of every line, form a name or a theme. Apples are yummy. Pretty and juicy. Please pick only when ripe. Licking jelly apples are fun. Eat them day and night.
Now its your turn to write poetry! Choose an idea that you would enjoy writing a poem about Choose a style of poetry to use Write your poem as a rough draft Revise, changing or adding interesting words Edit your poem for spelling and punctuation Write your final copy after conferencing with your teacher