Wednesday, June 8, 2011

How Pen a poem for your Scrapbook

Your scrapbook is your pride and joy, filled with memories of precious moments you will cherish forever and there is no limit to the amount of materials scrapbook available to embellish these memories with. Scrapbook memories are personal and all tell a story. Why do pas pen a poem in rhymes to tell the story of the unfolding of your memories? The next time that you paste this photo or a memory in place, plume a small poem to go with it.

Not only photos, souvenirs and memories will be a trip down memory lane whenever they are reviewed, but you will entertain all who read your words at the same time. It is really easy to do. Let me show you how. One or two stanzas (paragraphs) will do, written under a photograph, a concert or a lock of hair, ticket Recalling your memory. All this you will cost is time and a little mental training you while you're there.

Let's start by using a hypothetical scenario you show how it is easy to the pen of a rhyming poem. Eight-year old Jonny tried to scare grandfather at lunch with a worm in his sandwich. Grandfather knew what was going on so he swapped plates, last minute and Jonny finished to eat the worm without realizing. Snap you a photo of Jonny and grandfather to remember the opportunity forever.

Your poem will flow as you are telling a story, so start by writing what happened on a piece of paper, exactly as it happened. It is unnecessary to be creative at this stage. Write the way in which it took place and put each sentence on a separate line.

Once you have your story set out, look at the words at the end of each line. Rimer - none of them? Can you none of them make rhyme by choosing a different word or developing the line differently? For example, your first line could start with something as "Jonny years eight, trying to frighten the old grandfather." A line of opening, it labels the photo as well as provide context. For the following line, you could follow it with what is actually passed "by" putting a worm in his lunch. For the third line, you could be the last word on the line with grandfather rime or rhyme with breakfast. Alternatively, you could do the first part of this third rhyme in line with the last part of it. "Grandfather was competent and knew much better." If so, you could then be the fourth line rhyme with the second line. "He swapped plates of last minute on a hunch". It might go something like this:

Aged eight, Jonny trying to frighten the old grandfather

Putting a worm in his lunch

Grandfather was competent and knew much better

He has swapped the plates, last minute, on a hunch

Jonny makes us laugh when he said breakfast was the best

Meals, he has almost never tasted

Brig grandfather during this time, you wonder why

He has eaten, leaving nothing lost...

There is no rules. It's your poem, whatever sounds right to you, be right. You can make as long or as short as you want. In the second stanza above, I have two lines rhyme. The words "tasted" and "lost" in the second and fourth lines rhyme. If you want to rhyme each line, you can also do so. A poem is endearing when she rhymes and even if it may seem at first, you will need to spend much time on the right, the rhymes will come. If you have lots of lines, you can exchange their order around if you have a better chance of a word rhymes with a word at the end of a line lower.

The trick with penning a short poem as it is to use so many words, relevant from time to time, you can eventually. In doing so, you will capture the time successfully. The poem above succeeded in summing up the memory in short. He says that a large part and reflects much more that you could get a title of a single line in a photo. Reminds you wise ways to grandfather and Jonny was ready to play a joke on him.

Your poems can be comic or they can be serious. I wrote a book fun, fanciful, rhyming poems, largely influenced by the style rhyming books of Dr. Seuss, I used to read to my children. Draw on the verification of other rhyming poems. There are loads of them on the internet. Take a look at books of stories for your children or even poems available for sale in your local craft shop scrapbook section. Arm you your most beautiful pens and your best screenplay of hand and you can create a poem to be proud of for years, written right next to the memories you will cherish forever!

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