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طبقه بندی: سرگرمی، آموزشی،
برچسب ها: بازی انگلیسی، زبان هفتم و هشتم، شعر انگلیسی، آموزش زبان،

تاریخ : جمعه 19 دی 1393 | 18:30 | نویسنده : Me | نظرات

"Myself"

by Edgar A. Guest

I have to live with myself and so
I want to be fit for myself to know,
I want to be able as days go by,
To look at myself straight in the eye.
I don't want to stand with the setting sun
And hate myself for the things I've done.

I don't want to hide on a closet shelf
A lot of secrets about myself,
And fool myself as I come and go
Into thinking that nobody else will know
What kind of man I really am;
I don't want to dress myself in sham.

I want to go with my head erect,
I want to deserve all men's respect
And in this struggle for fame and pelf
I want to be able to like myself.
I don't want to look at myself and know
That I am a bluster and empty show.

I cannot hide myself from me;
I can see what others can never see;
I know what others can never know,
I cannot fool myself, and so

Whatever happens, I want to be
Self-respecting and conscience free.




طبقه بندی: آموزشی،
برچسب ها: شعر انگلیسی، آموزش، انگلیسی،

تاریخ : دوشنبه 27 آبان 1392 | 08:12 | نویسنده : Me | نظرات
Poetry
Acrostic: poetry in which the first letter of each line, when read vertically, spell out a word. The word is usually the subject of the poem. For example the word "vanilla":

Vanilla
As I eat it on my brownie
Not doubting it's sweet
Ice cream is a tasty treat
Lots of lingering taste
Lasting to the end
Always my favorite!


Or the word "teacher":

Teacher

Takes time to listen

Each student is important

A lot of patience

Cares about learning

Has all the answers (or will look it up!)

Each day a new adventure

Really organized  (most of the time!)


Limericks: whimsical poems with five lines. Lines one, two, and five rhyme with each other and lines three and four rhyme with each other. Rhyme pattern: AABBA


A flea and a fly in a flue
Were caught, so what could they do?
Said the fly, "Let us flee."
"Let us fly," said the flea.
So they flew through a flaw in the flue. 

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There was a young man of Bengal
Who was asked to a fancy dress ball
He murmured: I'll risk it
I'll go as a biscuit
But the dog ate him up in the hall




طبقه بندی: آموزشی،
برچسب ها: شعر انگلیسی، آموزش زبان، آموزش،

تاریخ : دوشنبه 27 آبان 1392 | 08:07 | نویسنده : Me | نظرات

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