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Title: Haiku, Limerick, Ode


1
Haiku, Limerick, Ode
  • Poetry for a specific purpose

2
HAIKU
  • all night long
  • light shines in the eyes
  • of the carousel ponies

3
HAIKU
  • The sudden storms dead. . .
  • petals from the dogwood tree
  • on the still pond

4
HAIKU
  • The young artist takes
  • pains to paint a masterpiece
  • a smiling pumpkin.

5
Definition of a Haiku
  • Contains 17 syllables in lines of 5, 7, and 5
    syllables
  • Include some sort of seasonal word or phrase,
    either directly (winter wind) or indirectly
    (thunder crashed) and some sensory image (sight,
    sound, smell, touch)
  • Focus on nature
  • Be written in present tense, about the present
    moment

6
HAIKU
  • Fluttering of wings
  • Birds fight at the bird feeder
  • Swinging in the oak

7
LIMERICK
  • There once was a girl named Maureen
  • Who wished she was skinny and lean
  • But she loved pizza pie
  • Pastrami on rye
  • And ate till her plate was clean

8
LIMERICK
  • There was an Old Man in a tree,
  • Whose Whiskers were lovely to see
  • But the Birds of the Air
  • Pluckd them perfectly bare,
  • To make themselves Nests in that Tree

9
Definition of Limerick
  • Five line poem lines 1, 2, 5 have three
    stressed syllables lines 3 4 have two stressed
    syllables
  • AABBA rhyme scheme
  • Silly or humorous topic, usually with a twist in
    the last line.

10
LIMERICK
  • There once was a poodle named Rose
  • Who liked to dance on her toes.
  • She twirled and she spun,
  • Had barrels of fun,
  • Until she fell on her nose.

11
Definition of Ode (p. 657)
  • Classic Greek Odes
  • Long, complex poems
  • Elegant language
  • Celebrates one person or thing
  • Modern Odes
  • Looser in form
  • Plainer language
  • Celebrates one person or thing

12
Odes
  • Turn to p. 657 in your lit book
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