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Poetry with Parsons



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TEST
TYPES of POEMS:
1. Quatrains:
[four line stanzas; most popular; rhyme schemes: abab, abcb, aaba, aabb]

2. Couplets:
[two lines working as a unit; alone or part of a stanza; rhyme scheme: aa]

3. Limericks:
[five lines; 1, 2, 5 (7-10 syllables & rhyme); 3, 4 (5-7 syllables & rhyme)]

4. Haiku:
[three lines; 17 syllables (5, 7, 5); Japanese; seasons mentioned]

5. Free Verse:
[no distinct rules; cadence varies; words don't rhyme, flow with uneven pattern]

6. Light Verse:
[humorous; brief; frivolous/serious; wordplay; puns, unique rhyme; alliteration]

7. Concrete poetry - Also known as shape poetry. If the topic of a poem were trees, the poem would be shaped like a tree.

8. Epic poetry - An Epic is a long narrative poem celebrating the adventures and achievements of a hero. The Odyssey, the Iliad, and Beowulf are examples of epic poetry.

9. Song - A song is an expression of a poet's personal emotions, meant to be sung. Lyrics in a song contain verses (lines that make up a song; sung poem) and a chorus (a repeating verse in a song (refrain).

10. Ode - A poem praising and glorifying a person, place or thing.

11. Sonnet - A poem consisting of 14 lines with a particular rhyming scheme: · A Shakespearean (English) sonnet has three quatrains and a couplet, and rhymes abab cdcd efef gg. An Italian sonnet is composed of an octave, rhyming abbaabba, and a sestet, rhyming cdecde or cdcdcd, or in some variant pattern, but with no closing couplet.
TASK:
Create a digital poetry portfolio of at least ten poems including each type of poetry studied. DUE: May 17, 2012
POEMS:
due
05.17.12
fyi:
......
TERMS:
1. prose
2. poetry
3. poetic lisence
4. couplet
5. meter
6. rhyme scheme
7. quatrain
8. hiakiu
. . .
•P•O•E•T•R•Y• [05.18.12]
E...........W...........T...........A.
001: Mason
002: Lucy
003: Josh B.
004: MaKayla
005: Josh C.
006: Glen
007: Liam
008: Rachel
009: Jonathon
010: Kenzie
011: Serena
012: Chris
013: Eugene
014: Grant
015: Jamal
016: Sebastian
017: Sevon
018: Maelea
019: Chris
020: Janet
021: Hannah
022: Jarvis
023: Cord
024: Marley
. . .