POEMS - WordPress.com

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POEMS Mrs. Carolina Morales Brainstorm your ideas: You could try brainstorming techniques like mind mapping or making lists of images or ideas. These techniques can help you generate inspiration for your poem. Get inspired by the environment and those close to you: You could try writing a poem about a person who is important to you in your life, such as your mother or your best friend. Pick a specific theme or idea. You can start your poem by focusing on a specific theme or idea that you find fascinating or interesting. Picking a specific theme or idea to focus on in the poem can give your

poem a clear goal or objective. This can make it easier for you to narrow down what images and descriptions you are going to use in your poem Choose a poetic form: stanzas, or sections, rather than paragraphs Complete sentences that are broken up into separate lines language that breaks certain rules for example, Woodson sometimes uses sentence fragments and nonstandard capitalization (see the sentence fragment in lines 3236 of believing). Woodsons choice to tell her story through poems affects how readers

understand it. It allows Woodson to emphasize certain words, phrases, and ideas. She also uses storytelling elements, such as dialogue. This combination of poetry and storytelling helps Woodson immerse readers even more deeply into her childhood world. Focus on the five senses: Use sensory detail to really make your poem come alive. Consider how the subject of your poem might, smell, sound, look, taste, and feel. Include sensory details whenever possible to make your poem feel more descriptive.For example, maybe in your poem about tennis, you write about the smell of the grass courts, the sound of the ball hitting your racket

Use literary devices. Many shape poems use literary devices like rhyme, repetition, and metaphor. These devices can be a good way to inject energy and engagement into your poem.Rhyme: This is a pattern of words that produce the same sound or similar sounds. [13] Rhyme is often used in shape poems as a way to tie the lines together Repetition: This is a pattern of the same words that repeat in sequence Metaphor: Metaphors are used often in poetry. In metaphor, a meaning or identity is given to the subject by way of another subject.[16] For example, if you are writing about tennis, you may use the metaphor: The racket is my sword in battle, the court is my green battlefield.

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