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Our itsy bitsy spider nursery rhyme with lyrics combines music and education in an entertaining cartoon video, so your child will be learning while having fun! Itsy Bitsy Spider Lyrics:. The itsy-bitsy spider Climbed up the water spout Down came the rain And washed the spider out Out came the sun And dried up all the rain And the itsy-bitsy spider Climbed up the spout again The itsy-bitsy spider Climbed up the water spout Down came the rain And washed the spider out Out came the sun And dried up all the rain And the itsy-bitsy spider Climbed up the spout again The itsy-bitsy spider Climbed up the water spout Down came the rain And washed the spider out Out came the sun And dried up all the rain And the itsy-bitsy spider Climbed up the spout again.
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Like prose, rhyme must contain only those words necessary to tell the story, and nothing more. And like prose, rhyme shouldn't get bogged down on description - it's the illustrator's job to show how characters and places look. Nor should the verse get stuck on the feelings, thoughts or dialogue of one character. The story must always keep moving.
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Action, and concrete - rather than abstract - events, make up the plot. When the rhyme becomes more important than the story, it has a whirlpool effect. The author starts describing a character or writing dialogue, and in order to keep the rhyme pattern going, the description or dialogue goes on and on, circling over the same ground without any hope of moving on. Or, the author inserts cliches, nonsense words, or simply lines that make no sense, just because they rhyme.
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None of these mistakes - which would obviously be unacceptable in prose - can be disguised by a sprightly meter. Take a look at the following verses from Mary Ann Hoberman's And to Think That We Thought That We'd Never Be Friends Crown , and see how she combines character and plot development with concrete action from the first lines: One day we were playing outside in our yard When my brother got mad and he pushed me so hard That I pushed him right back - with all of my might - And quick as a wink we were having a fight! We thwacked and we whacked and we walloped away, And we still might be fighting to this very day, Pinching and punching, my brother and I, If only our sister had not happened by.
Stories in verse, like their prose counterparts, also must have a distinct voice.
The rhythm of the verse, which combines elements like word choice and length of the lines, goes a long way toward creating a tone for each story. In the above example, from the first line the reader knows this will be a fast-paced yarn, probably exaggerated by the teller.
The longer lines and internal rhyme give the impression of a tall tale. Verla Kay writes what she calls "cryptic rhyme", in which each verse paints a vivid picture for the reader.
The words themselves carry the reader from image to image, building a story with almost no full sentences. She uses this technique to write historical fiction picture books. And while at first glance her text appears to be virtually all description, it's necessary description because her goal is to bring the past alive for the reader in a very sensory way.
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The short lines convey emotion, as in this excerpt from "Gold Fever" Putnam , in which Kay uses a miner's clothes to convey his despair when he fails to strike it rich: Crusty long johns, Smelly shirt, Sweat-stained britches, Caked with dirt. If you love writing in verse, don't be intimidated by the naysayers.