S: By Chanett Hall
1: Welcome To My ScrapBook, In My ScrapBook I will Focus On The Theme Imperfection. I picked this theme because nobody is perfect BUT, that does not change the fact that everybody is beautiful in there own ways and you flaws make you unique. -Chanett Hall (10-3)
2: Free Verse; unrhymed lines having no fixed metrical pattern. Your thoughts and views a free write our your words
3: Imperfection Imperfection is perfection to the traits that make me truly me My attitude that most cant handle My outspoken flaws with my appearance as a different race dont be fooled Im black to my soul My high cheek bones, wide nose, and thick lips common flaws that African American dare to embrace. My flaws make me bold and strong to say im African American is the Most Imperfection Perfection
4: English Sonnet ; sonnet consisting three quatrains and a concluding couplet in iambic pentameter with the rhyme pattern abab cdcd efef gg
5: They say you never see it coming All the tiny little breaks But somewhere out beyond all reason You keep on giving what it takes I never thought of running I was busy carrying the load Had the strength enough to take it But not enough to let it go It's a long time coming down a broken road [Chorus] And finally I can feel without fearing Cry without the pain Stand up and love me Without any shame It might have been a rough way to learn it And a hard place to land But the one thing I'm sure of now Is I know who I am Now if somebody would have told me There was a better place to be In my quiet desperation It was too hard to believe I guess you gotta go the distance To know just when enough's, enough Won't let nobody take it from me Cause I know what I'm made of And there's nothing I can't rise above [ From: http://www.metrolyrics.com/i-know-who-i-am-lyrics-leona-lewis.html ] [Chorus] And finally I can feel without fearing Cry without the pain Stand up and love me Without any shame It might have been a rough way to learn it And a hard place to land But the one thing I'm sure of now Is I know who I am (I am) A woman who's worthy (I am) A woman's deserving Whatever it is I can take it Whatever it takes I'm gonna make it yeah [Chorus] And finally I can feel without fearing Cry without the pain Stand up and love me Without any shame It might have been a rough way to learn it And a hard place to land But the one thing I'm sure of now Oh, and I absolutely have no doubt Yeah, I know who I am Yeah, I know who I am I Know | Mirror I look in the mirror to see imperfection, the lies the mirror tell the fear the secrets of my scars to me is perfection The beauty that mirror sees The scars are my perfectionist I love my flaws Imperfection is the perfection in my small chink eyes the unique gifts god gave us such a bold look Never take your looks for granted they can get you really far.....
6: Ode : Poem of length , serious or meditative nature and having style and some sort of style usually more than 14 lines
7: flaws ode to my flaws The thickness of my eye brawls the chink-e-ness o my eyes the small pig nose i breath threw The flaws that make me Chanett An'Jay Hall I adore you and admire you My smile that Sparkles bright to my legs that are strong and make look short and stubby I embrace you my flaws to the last to tear goes dry Ode to my Flaws that make me , me that make people judge me that make people adore me that make others hate me Ode to my Flaws I thank you.
8: Isobel Dixon Born in Umtata, South Enon Isobel Dixon was raised reading collections of books because her father studied and also taught at St.Johns college. Isobel was very educated girl growing up with siblings. She lived with her mother and father in Umtata, South Africa.Isobel Dixon went out to study English in Cape Wine Country. Then later went to Scotland where she claims she has strong roots.In 1993 she started sharing her poetry. She claimed she was created for creativity. Dixon married a man as educated as her, she is happily lives saying " The work I do, is varied absorbing and inspiring
9: Startling Point You think me unsurprising. Wait – I have a thing or two to share. I’ll never be the river in full spate, the raging fire, but, look, I have my moments too: fish-leap, a flash of juggled silver barely seen before the splash, a fleeting shadow shooting through the water to some secret place; the sudden kudu in the underbrush, etched by your headlights, leaping clear. And you paused at the wheel, aware: at first just awed by muscled grace, but then, the mind’s eye’s shattered glass, the heart’s revealing race, the taste of fear. By Isobel Dixon | i
10: I Chose Isobel Dixon because she loved to read,which is what I love to do. Isobel was very close to her parents like I am but she seemed to stay to her self,and was shy. I Chose her because she reminds me of myself and her poems really inspire me. | Why, I Chose Isobel...
11: Work Cited Dixon, Issobel. "Isobel Dixon - Biography." Isobel Dixon - Welcome. Web. 15 May 2011.