Writing Kimo and Monoku Poetry Forms

A kimo poem has a ten syllable line, a seven syllable line, and a six syllable line.  A monoku is a haiku written all on one line.  To download a one page printable lesson to teach these forms, please visit Artistry of Education here.

The worksheet has the two poetry forms, an example for each and lines for students to complete their own.

I hope you enjoy writing poetry with your students.

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