Lines of poetry

Create 25 lines of poetry, in one poem containing 25 or more lines. or two poems with lines that equal 25. Your poem or poems will reflect an action, an idea, or a belief that you are knowledgeable about. You’ll be an “expert” within your poem, directly or indirectly. Your poem needs to either teach a message or assert a message through topic, words used, comparisons made. and so forth. In our readings, we were able to read many experts poets. Most poets capitalize all letters on the left margin; however, as is seen in “The Lesson of the Moth” and “My Mother Pieced Quilts,” some poets rebel against that standard and choose not to capitalize. Here is the rubric I will use to grade you.
an evident form. even if it is free verse use of at least six poetic or literary elements a title that represents your poem(s) a total of 25 lines use of powerful and concise words a direct or indirect message, sound and flow descriptive images use of strong voice capitalization, if used, is used correctly