learning goal: how does concrete imagery help a poem, usually? or how does a metaphor do this, much of the time?

table of contents: Shakespeare, tetrameter, iambic, speaker

lessons from recent student poems, described by the teacher (list these on today’s blank sheet for your poetry folder)

Fear Poems (hunting in the halls) (cf. Macbeth 3.5)

assignment for next poetry day: a finished copy of the fear poem begun in today’s class, and a CORE Reflection on one of your original poems (including today’s fear poem), written for this class, or for some other audience or purpose (ineligible poems are ones for which you have already submitted a PDF)