Haiku example –
I don’t like the crusts!
I don’t like the banana!
Im not eating that!
Definition of a syllable –
a unit of pronunciation having one vowel sound, with or without surrounding consonants, forming the whole or a part of a word; for example, there are two syllables in water and three in inferno.
The propose of poetry
I feel poetry has no purpose as it can be used for a wide rage of things.
We were sat just where the river meets the salmon jump and the small kiosk sits. The day was pleasant so therefore everyone was out making the most of the sun. I was watching the ducks with there velvet hoods bobbing along the mirror of water, every so often they’d ruffle there fathers and branch there wings.
People who leave their packed dog poo bags on the path or just thrown into the hedge. What’s the point? Why just not pick it up and leave it for the rain to wash away? The bag just contains the poo and leaves it for some poor soul to step on in it the future. Is there no way we can make the dog poo bags biodegradable? We need to start encouraging people to “SCOOP IT, BAG IT AND TRASH IT!!” or just ban the plastic dog poo bag altogether. I’d rather see a decomposing poo than a plastic bag hanging from a branch.
This would improve life in the 21st century by making the local communities a much cleaner, hygienic and pleasant place to be. It would have a positive energy for the community and not putting them in a bad light.
The idea of “SCOOP IT, BAG IT AND TRASH IT!!” can be used to encourage people to make sure they throw their bagged poo away. The law states that a person will be fined £100 if the dog poo is not picked up. I think this is unrealistic enforcement measure as the likeliness of catching someone in action is slim, therefore the main thing is to encourage people not to do it. People need to feel guilty for not trashing there poo bags.
So to alter this behaviour people need to know the effects of leaving dog poo in bags and what effect it has on the environment and local communities.
A red faced builder stood looking at his master piece, sweat running down his forehead, he sighed. A brief grin turned into a frowned. There was a fault in his masterpiece. He slowly walked towards to operate, the wound wasn’t fatal. Scratching his chin he analyzing the injury planning out a solution in his head. A lightbulb flashed. He then sprung to action collecting his tools and equipment. The site went quite as intense care and precision was being made.
- very truthful
- slow pace
- easy to follow
- a problem we are all facing
- very debatable subject
- positive body language
- dressing the audience
- good command of the room