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Part Of Speech Poems

Parts of Speech was taught as early as primary school. It helps kids learn how to organize their thoughts into comprehensible sentences to better communicate with other people. The parts of speech indicate how a certain word function in meaning as well as grammatically within the sentence. Knowing the different parts of speech is essential for determining the correct definition of a word in a sentence. Once you master the parts of speech, you will be able to express yourself better and your thoughts will be more clear and understood by other people who listens or reads your speech or writing.

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Part Of Speech
Poem by Joseph Brodsky

…and when “the future” is uttered, swarms of mice
rush out of the Russian language and gnaw a piece
of ripened memory which is twice
as hole-ridden as real cheese.
After all these years it hardly matters who
or what stands in the corner, hidden by heavy drapes,
and your mind resounds not with a seraphic “doh”,
only their rustle. Life, that no one dares
to appraise, like that gift horse’s mouth,
bares its teeth in a grin at each
encounter. What gets left of a man amounts
to a part. To his spoken part. To a part of speech.

8 Parts Of Speech
Poem by gnrao rao

The King of Ayodhya
Was Dasaratha.
Dasaratha is the NOUN.
Had he 3 wives?
Had he 4 children?
Yes, said Valmiki, the Sage.
Who was Sage Valmiki?
He who wrote the Epic
He stands for once
for Dasaratha and
the other one
For sage Valmiki.
Dasaratha was a wise king.
Wise stands for
How was king Dasaratha?
Wise is the Adjective
Qualifying the Noun
He ruled his subjects
Ruled is the action
Word and a Verb.
Because it is
A doing word.
How did he rule
His kingdom?
very wisely.
wisely modifying the
Action /doing
word, Ruled.
It is called
An Adverb.
All of them
Went to Mithila
To attend
Sita & Rama’s
Where did they go?
To Mithila.
To is the preposition.
on, in, under, near,
for, about, below,
Above like these
Words show the position.
Rama and Sita
Lived happily
In Ayodhya.
And is the conjunction,
joining the words
Rama and Sita.
Oh! What a grand wedding
Was It!
Oh! is the exclamation
word, explaining
How the function was,
how every one enjoyed.
So we know now,
Noun, Pronoun, Adjective,
Verb, Adverb, Preposition
Conjunction and
Interjection or
Know and learn
It will be
great help.

Source: Poemhunter

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