repetition of the initial sound in a word
repetition of a vowel sound
Narrative song with recurrent refrain
repetition of the same consonant sound (can be anywhere in the word)
describing something by comparing it to something else, includes figures of speech
use of vivid or figurative language to represent objects, actions or ideas
compares two unlike things not using like or as
basic rhythm structure of a verse or words in a verse
the feeling a reader gets when reading a story
poem that tells a story
the word makes a sound it represents
makes an unreal object do human things
form of writing often with strong rhythm or rhyme that tells a story or relates to experiences
word or phrase used over and over again in poetry done for effect or emphasis
repetition of an end sound
pattern of letters that corresponds to rhyme in a poem
two or more words in the same line that rhyme
pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
compares two unlike things using like or as
the person who speaks in the poem
(Do Not Assume the poet is this)
group of verses in a poem
person, image, or object that represents something else as well as itself
part for whole and whole for part
authors voice or attitude about what he or she writes about
refers to the intentional downplaying of a situation often for ironic or humorous effect
line or lines of a poem
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