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Concrete: A concrete poem is a peice of poetry where the words shape the object of the poem. No rhyming needed.
Alliteration: Alitteration is when a lot of words in the same sentance or poem begin with the same letter. No rhyming needed.
Couplet: A couplet is a poem with two lines that rhyme with eachother
Haiku: A haiku is an old style of japenese poetry that involves seventeen syllables in three lines, the first and third have five syllables and the second had seven.
Lune: A lune is a type of poem with three lines, the first and third line have three words and the second line has five words. No rhyming needed.
Cento: A cento poem is a poem made out of different lines from other poems or songs. No rhyming needed
~~ Poetry Explanations~~
Curved fingers play.
Lovely and calming, relaxed music
notes create sound.
I say rawr,
it means I love you
in werewolf speak.
Today has started.
The sun rises up high,
brightning the day.
Haiku - Serenity
Kellie-Ann Barry is a 12 year old girl from Kitchener, Ontario. She enjoys taking photos with her new Canon Powershot 470 and writing stories or poems to go along with her photos! Sadly none of them are published with this set of poetry. During her free time, Kellie plays the piano to sharpen her already grand skills and listens to music. She loves to hang out with her family, friends and three cats at home. She doesn't like Harry Potter and thinks Twilight rules the world. This is her second attempt at writing poetry for school and she loved every moment of it.
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