How to Write an ODEWhat is an ode?1. a lyric poem typically addressed to a particular subject with lines varying lengths, rhymes and rhythms. 2. (originally) a poem intended to be sung.
ODE•An ode is a poem that is about one specific thing that you think is truly amazing and praiseworthy. This type of poem can be centered upon a person, an object, or something abstract like a feeling or an idea. Odes originated in Ancient Greece, and what constitutes a proper ode has changed many times over the millennia, but one thing that's stayed constant is the passionate, elaborate expression of love or admiration.
TIPS FOR WRITING AN ODE POEM•Think of a teacher that you have connected to this year. •Remember, an ode is focused on the many nuances of asingle thing, so make sure that that whoever you pick is someone that you feel appreciative about, so you have enough to write and thank that teacher for.•Odes are traditionally very long, but yours will be 14 lines long.