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FREE WRITE #23:THE RHYMING GOAL

Using the two words randomly assigned to you, create a list of as many words as you possibly can that rhymes with your given word.For example, if your first word is “hat”CatBatMatFatYour second word is “up”CupPupSup

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Rhyme Scheme

Limericks

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What is Rhyme Scheme?

A pattern of rhyming words or sounds.

Often, letters of the alphabet represent the sounds to “visualize” the rhyming pattern.

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A mighty creature is the g

erm

,

Though smaller than the pachyd

erm

.

His customary dwelling pl

ace

Is deep within the human r

ace

.

His childish pride he often pl

eases

By giving people strange dis

eases

.

Do you, my poppet, feel inf

irm

?

You probably contain a g

erm

.

-

The Germ

by Ogden Nash

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A mighty creature is the germ,Though smaller than the pachyderm.His customary dwelling placeIs deep within the human race.His childish pride he often pleasesBy giving people strange diseases.Do you, my poppet, feel infirm?You probably contain a germ.-“The Germ” by Ogden Nash

A

A

B

B

C

C

A

A

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End Rhyme

A word at the end of one line rhymes with a word at the end of another lineHector the CollectorCollected bits of string.Collected dolls with broken headsAnd rusty bells that would not ring.-”Hector the Collector” by Shel Silverstein

A

B

C

B

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Internal Rhyme

A word inside a line rhymes with another word on the same line.

A distinctly I

remember

, it was in the bleak

December

.

- “The Raven”

by Edgar Allen Poe

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Near Rhyme

“Close Enough Rhyme” – The words either share the same vowel or consonant sound, but not both.

ROSE

LOSE

BEAN

SEAM

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What is the rhyme scheme?

This boat that we just built is just fine –

And don’t try to tell us it’s not.

The sides and back are divine –

It’s the bottom I guess we forgot…

-

Homemade Boat,

Shel

Silverstein

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What is the rhyme scheme?

This boat that we just built is just fine – And don’t try to tell us it’s not.The sides and back are divine –It’s the bottom I guess we forgot…- Homemade Boat, Shel Silverstein

A

B

A

B

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What is the rhyme scheme?

What is a limerick, Mother?

It's a form of verse, said Brother

In which lines one and two

Rhyme with five when it's through

And three and four rhyme with each other.

- untitled and author unknown

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What is the rhyme scheme?

What is a limerick, Mother? It's a form of verse, said Brother In which lines one and two Rhyme with five when it's through And three and four rhyme with each other.- untitled and author unknown

A

A

B

B

A

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FREE WRITE #24:THE RHYMING SHOW

Using the list of rhyming words you’ve just created, you are now going to create a poem! Make sure you follow a specific rhyme scheme (ABBA, AABB, ABAB, AABBA, etc).Your poem must be one stanza long, with five lines minimum, seven lines maximum.Pick any of these topics to focus on:How you are feeling right nowWhat you did over the weekendYour best friendThe weatherYour current favorite food

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Limerick Poems

Rhyme Scheme:

AABBA

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Limerick Poetry

A five line poem with rhymes in line 1, 2, and 5, and then another rhyme in lines 3 and 4.

AABBA

There

is a specific syllable count as well

!

First Line: 7 – 10 syllables

Second Line:

7 – 10

syllables

Third Line: 5 – 7 syllables

Fourth Line: 5 – 7 syllables

Fifth Line:

7 – 10 syllables

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Limerick Poetry

What is a limerick, Mother? It's a form of verse, said Brother In which lines one and two Rhyme with five when it's through And three and four rhyme with each other.- untitled and author unknown

A

A

B

B

A

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Limerick Poetry

What is a limerick, Mother? It's a form of verse, said Brother In which lines one and two Rhyme with five when it's through And three and four rhyme with each other.- untitled and author unknown

7

8

6

6

9

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Limerick Poetry

These types of poems typically have a humorous tone to them

Quick silly stories, nursery rhymes, riddles, etc.

Limericks traditionally tell a humorous story and begin the same way:

“There once was a ….”

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There once was a man on the run

Who lost his mind in the sun

He ran down the street

No brains lead his feet

And never had so much fun

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Traditional Format of Limericks

First Line: Sets up the subject

“There once was a man on the run”

Second Line: Sets up the action or defines the subject

“Who lost his mind in the sun”

Third/Fourth Line: Explain the action taken by the subject

“He ran down the street”

“No brains lead his feet”

Fifth Line: The close, or the punch line

“And never had so much fun”

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“There was a Young Lady of Dorking,

Who bought a large bonnet for walking;

But its

colour

and size,

So bedazzled her eyes,

That she very soon went back to Dorking.”

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“Little Miss

Muffet

Sat on a

tuffet

,

Eating her curds and whey;

Along came a spider,

Who sat down beside her

And frightened Miss

Muffet

away.”

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There once was a young lady named

bright

Whose speed was much faster than light

She set out one day

In a relative way

And returned on the previous night.

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There was a Young Lady whose

chin

Resembled the point of a pin:

So she had it made sharp,

And purchased a harp,

And played several tunes with her chin.

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A bather whose clothing was

strewed

By winds that left her quite nude

Saw a man come along

And unless we are wrong

You expected this line to be lewd.

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Your Task:

Create a

four

stanza (minimum) limerick poem about the item randomly assigned to you. Be sure to utilize proper limerick format!

Build up your poetic story!

Remember the syllable count!

Remember the rhyme scheme!

Remember to follow the general beat(meter) of a limerick

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