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Outline: Compare and Contrasting 2 types of Poetries

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Intro:

There are over 50 types of poetry that exists. Some may include sonnets, haikus, raps; but in this essay it will be comparing and contrasting the differences and similarities of the structure, language and rhythm of an Acroustic poem and an Iambic Tetrameter. They will be compared and contrasted using the examples of each type of poetry; For an Arcoustic poem, “A Boat, Beneath the Sunny Sky and for an Iambic Tetrameter, “Green Eggs and Ham.”

Body 1:”

Describe what an acroustic poem is. What the structure, language and rhythm are like.

–       What is an acroustic poem?

–       Structure, language and rhythm

–       Example of an Acroustic poem (A Boat, beneath the sunny sky)

Body 2:

Describe what an Iambic tetrameter poem is. What the structure, language and rhythm are like.

–       What is an Iambic tetrameter?

–       Structure, language and rhythm

–       Example of an Iambic tetrameter (Green Eggs and Ham)

Body 3:

Compare the similarities of the structure in both poems

–       Rhyme: Rhyming of last words

–       Examples using A boat, beneath the sunny sky and Green Eggs and Ham

Body 4:

Contrast the difference of the structure in both poems

–       Acroustic poem: each starting letters when added means something.

–       Iambic Tetrameter: No length

Body 5:

Compare the metaphoric language of two types of poetries

–       Meaning: There is a big picture in the whole poem

–       Examples using A boat, beneath the sunny sky and Green Eggs and Ham

Body 6:

Contrast the rhythm of two types of poetries.

–       Acroustic poem: No Rhythm

–       Iambic Tetrameter: da Dum da Dum da Dum

Conclusion:

My opinion

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