repetition of the same sound beginning several words in sequence.
Ex. Viri validis cum viribus luctant. Ennius
A figure of speech in which someone absent or dead or something nonhuman is addressed as if it were alive and present and could reply.
Repetition of the same sound in words close to each other.
Ex. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done.
A pause or interruption (as in a conversation).
Vanity or self-love; too high opinion of one's own value; extravagant metaphor (in poetry)
A stanza consisting of two successive lines of verse, usually rhymed.
A harsh and disagreeable combination, especially of sounds
A mournful poem
A definite pause at the end of a verse due to punctuation
When one line ends without a pause and continues into the next line for its meaning
Any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds
In medias res
In the middle of things
A rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
A long, lyrical poem, usually serious or meditative in nature
a four line stanza
Rhyme that occurs at the end of two or more lines of poetry
Two words that ryhme at the ends of seperate lines
A repetition of sounds within a line (but not at the end of the line)
A group of lines in a poem
The shift or point of dramatic change in a poem