S: Deion Wecott
BC: The End BY Deion Wescott
FC: Deion Wescott
1: With peaceful, calm thoughts it's so easy to just flow with words. Being in a bad mood I try to write a poem but I end up getting so annoyed that I can't write it properly without it sounding freaky, or like a rant. With peaceful, calm freaky, or like a rant.
2: A Sonnet is a 14-line poem with rhyme schemes. The rhyme schemes has letters ababcdcdefefgg The matching letters represent the words that rhyme with each other at the end of lines. A sonnet can be broken down into four sections called quatrains. The first three quatrains contain four lines each and use an alternating rhyme scheme. The final quatrain consists of just two lines which both rhyme. And cuplets.
3: A Tanka poem is a short, lyrical poetry structured in 31 syllables arranged in groups of 5, 7, 5, 7 and 7, syllables in a two-part form with the first part in 5, 7, 5, and the second part in 7 and 7. An example of a Tanka Poem: Carefully I walk Trying so hard to be brave They all see my fear Dark glasses cover their eyes As mine flow over with tears.
4: An Ode poem is a poem with types of stanzas or groups of lines in poetry. Odes usually have rhyming lines the structure of the rhymes. An Ode can have 10 lines per stanza. An example of An Ode Poem:Just as Walt Whitman would say if he were with me today There is a Song of Myself A song that sings of my internal wealth. A child of God and also able to make a friend out of every foe. For I have true love inside Any egotisms have surely died. The beautiful song that strives to be heard this song is clearer than any songbird. There is no reason to feel pity for my God and his love is always with me. And I will try to learn as much as I should, knowing that there are no problems just oppurtunities to be good.
5: I'm angry as i try to shoot at the blue headed demons, There fast Ill give them that, But there forces are weaken , I aim for the pawns or little aliens and fire at will, blood splatters all over the T.V It looks like a oil spill, Now I pick up a alien machine gun and aim for the biggest one, I fire and graze him then call him a son of a gun, Back and forth we trade bullets and rounds, Then one shot in his skull then not one sound SONNET
6: Born half of his life Ghana West Africa. Education is from Philander Smith College In Little Rock, Arkansas But he was also taught at high School level in Nigeria and The K-12 levels in the U.S as a substitute of right now he is a college Professor and Chair of the Division of Education at Philander Smith College in Little Rock, Arkansas. Here is one of my poems in his form of poem. Milk and cookies, bread and butter Golf and ball, swing and putters Threads between, Joy and grief Angry at a crook or thief Energies good in mankind Fine lines between good and evil Just as bad as chewing a porkrin. Now heres one of his poems Blood shed, of the beast War drums, echoes of the will Respect, love, Cushions of peace Life, Death, Breathe, Kill Doom threats abound looming Tempers flaring and fuming