Pieces of Poetry: Onomatopoeia

21 Jan

Don’t forget to record the following in your notebook for each poetry mini-lesson:

  1. A definition
  2. an example
  3. A poem you like that uses this technique
  4. Write your own poem that uses this technique

Check out this AWESOME song that explains onomatopoeia:

Use the poetry anthologies to find a good example of onomatopoeia.

Concrete poetry can be a great way to explore onomatopoeia. You can learn more about it here:

Definition

Examples

Check out the poetry anthologies to find a few other examples. Blue Lipstick is one you can look for.

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