Pictures and music.
A specific figure of speech.
A combination of letters which represent the rhyming pattern of a poem.
A paragraph of poetry.
To "show" or "reveal".
A figure of speech in which one object is being called something, which it is not, because of a similarity between the two. This comparison is made or, rather, implied without ant preposistion (as, like, than) to express the comparison.
A figure of speech in which an exaggeration is made in order to add force or intensity to a statement.
A humorous use of words that sound alike or nearly alike, but have different meanings.
Poetry that does not rhyme.
A pair of words that end with exact-sounding vowels and consonants.
A pair of words which end with approximate-sounding vowels or consonants.
A comparison of two dissimilar things using the words like, as, or than.
A trope in which some striking part of an object stands for the whole or the whole for the part.
A figure of speech in which a thing or idea is being represented as though it had human qualities or abilities.
A figure of speech in which a question is asked for some other purpose than obtaining the imformation required.
A figure of speech in which words are used that sound like what they mean.
The repetition of identical consonant sounds at the beginning of words in the same line.