The repetition of consonant sounds that usually occur at the beginning of words (tongue twisters).
The repetition of vowel sounds in words; a partial rhyme.
A narrative poem usually in quatrains with a distinctive rhythm.
The extra tinge or taint of meaning a word carries beyond its strict definition in a dictionary.
The repetition of consonant sounds in closely placed words; in the middle of words and not so obvious.
The strict definition of a word as found in a dictionary
The arrangement of measured rhythm in poetry and this measurement happens based on where the stressed and unstressed syllables are in words.
When a word sounds like or resembles what it is; batman sound.
Any material that is not written in a regular meter like poetry
A four-lined stanza.
A phrase or lines repeated throughout a poem, usually after every stanza
The pattern of rhyme.
The music formed by stressed and unstressed syllables in a line.
A group of 2 or more lines set together in a poem and often arranged around a metrical, conceptual or rhythmetic pattern.
A way to break down a poem into pairs of syllables and mark the stressed and unstressed syllables.
A line of metrical writing; a stanza; poetry in general