Comparison of two things using "like" or "as".
Comparison not using "like" or "as".
Word that sounds the way it's spelled.
Giving inanimate objects human characteristics.
Repetition of consonant sounds.
Repetition of vowel sounds.
An extreme exaggeration or overstatement.
The use of words with contradictory or clashing ideas next to one another.
A poem with four lines in each stanza.
A poem that shows something different in each line, forming a list.
Who wrote the poem Grass?
Who wrote the poem The Runaway?
Luis Omar Salinas
Who wrote the poem My Father Is a Simple Man?
Who wrote the poem the lesson of the moth?
An acrostic poem in which the letters of the word are only at the beginning of each line.
An acrostic poem in which the letters of the word are hidden away somewhere in each line, but they all have to be in the same place.
An acrostic poem in which the letters of the word are spelled out at the end of each line.
An acrostic poem in which the letters of each word appear twice, at the beginning and end of each line.