Poetic Techniques

Poetic Techniques

Articles On Basic Poetic Techniques Used In Writing Poetry

Poetry takes words, memories, feelings and perspectives and transforms them into an art form. If you have an interest in writing poetry, but aren't sure where to start, remember that much can be learned from reading poetry written by famous poets. In addition to reading as much poetry as possible, there are also quite a few poetic techniques you should get to know in order to write poems that allow you to express yourself in an artful way. Studying said techniques will help you to make the leap between poetry student and poet.

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Try It Yourself - Poem Templates

Reading poems written by other people can inspire you to write similar ones. Maybe it's the theme that catches your attention. Maybe it's the structure. Maybe it's the humor. Whatever it is, don't be …

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Science Mentor Texts - Poem Templates

Below are some poems from Family Friend Poems that can be used as mentor texts. These poems were used as inspiration to create templates for others to use to craft their own similar poem. Using these …

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Common Spelling And Grammar Mistakes In Poetry

You want your poetry to be a reflection of who you are. You want people to take it seriously. You want it to be as perfect as can be, right? If so, the biggest thing you can do is take time to read th…

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Social Studies Using Mentor Texts

A mentor text is a text that is used as an example of good writing.¬†Many times these texts can be springboards for you to use to ignite¬†your own creativity and write a piece that has been inspired by …

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Stanzas - Couplet, Tercet and Quatrain

Just like other forms of writing, poetry needs to be organized. Stanzas provide a structure for that organization. Each stanza is made up of a varying number of lines, just like paragraphs are made up…

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Personification in Poetry

Personification is when you give human attributes (characteristics) to objects that are not human. In many cases, the objects are not alive.

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Free Verse Poems

Free verse poems do not follow any rules. Their creation is completely in the hands of the author.

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Rhyme Schemes In Poetry

While not all poems rhyme, some follow a certain rhyming scheme, adding to the rhythm of the poem. The last word of each line is what we look at when discussing a rhyming scheme.

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Tips For Writing Better Poetry

Poetry is a unique genre of writing. While there are many forms of poetry that have certain specifications, poetry as a whole is a genre that allows a lot of author creativity. It doesn't have to be a…

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Narrative Poems

A narrative poem tells the story of an event in the form of a poem.

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