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F r e e V e r s e P o e t r y

F r e e V e r s e P o e t r y. About Free Verse….

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F r e e V e r s e P o e t r y

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  1. F r e eV e r s eP o e t r y

  2. About Free Verse… Free verse poetry is a type of poetry that has no definite rules or boundaries. However, it is still recognized as poetry even though it is completely different from all other types. The poet may choose to include some rhyming words, but the poem does not have to rhyme. A free verse poem may be just a sentence that is artistically laid out on the page or, it can be pages of words. The main object of free verse is to use colorful words, punctuation, and word placement to convey meaning to the reader.

  3. Example # 1 Heroes Aresometimescourageous collaborators,sometimesoriginators of opportunities,sometimeschampions of coincidence or circumstance.Sometimesheroes act through intelligenceand at other timesthrough ignorance.

  4. Example # 2 A Hero Could Bea main character in some work of literature,simply a person,or perhaps a mythological being of great courage and strength,someone with a cause,perhaps even a sandwich. . .or,a hero could be you!

  5. Example # 3 Heroes May BeBoisterous, bold, brash, and loud – Yee Haw!Or swift, silent, and sly – Woosh,Or even filled with woes – Boo hoo.They may crave attention – Ta da!Or they may ask for no one to mention – Shhhh. . .Just how they made a difference.

  6. Example # 4 Baseball Big baseball bats broken by Ben Big baseballs bouncing backward The bats were hurt They had a broken heart The baseballs were crying They bounced so much they were black and blue The fields were laughing at such a funny sight

  7. The End

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