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S: Project By:Aniyah Wilcox 10-2

BC: Caring.! | Created by: Aniyah 10th grade

FC: Caring.!

1: Table Of Contents: 1.English Sonnet meaning and pictures 2. My example 3.Elegy meaning and pictures 4.My example 5.Ode meaning and pictures 6.My example

2: English Sonnet: its with three quatrains and one couplet | Rhyme scheme: ABAB,CDCD,EFEF,GG

3: Caring | I wrote your name in the sky After that you made me want to die I wrote your name in the sand It felt like I was in the band But the wind blew it away The waves crashed my day Right before the very start I loved you with all my heart And i have poured my entire soul into your love You made me feel like a love turtle dove

4: Elegy: Written in response of or too someone's death or group. Gets straight to point.

5: Caring For Your Mom | Sing of humans unsucess In the rapture of distress Where their was loving from my heart There was charming from the start I love you mom! I love you like a charming from the drop of a dime Their is only one of a kind I'm glad to say that your always on my mind.

6: ODE: A varied tradition of a lyrical poem.

7: Ode To My Basketball | My family don't never have the time My friend gave me the cash The bank account dropped from the dime When will my family come into crash Family was played by the hitch Baseball player was scared to make that pitch Now I'm thinking of a master plan Nah, I'm talking about the Master man

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