A Repetition of sounds at the end of words.
Ex. dry and eye.
A pattern of Rhymes
Rhyming words that occur at the end of lines.
Ex. "The music's PUMPIN,
Rhyme that occurs within a line.
Ex. "Hang TIGHT, than make RIGHT."
A group of lines within a poem.
Ex. My dad like's baseball,
he plays it
he likes it.
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.
Ex. Peter Piper picked peck of pickled peppers
Use of words whose sound suggests their meaning
Ex. CRASH, BASH, BANG, ZANG, WHOOSH.
Repetition of internal vowel sounds of words close together in poetry.
Ex. I mAde my wAy to the lAke
A use of any element of language
Ex. The name is kyle, the dog is jessie
A comparison of two things that have some quality in common. Uses like or as.
Ex. Small as a peanut.
Repetition of interval or ending consonant sounds of words close together in a poem.
Ex. I dropped the loCKet in the thiCK mud
A comparison of two things WITHOUT using like or as.
Ex. The streets were a furnace, and the sun an executioner.
An exaggeration or bold overstatement used for emphasis.
Ex. Here once the embattled farmers stood and fired the shot heard round the world.
To give human qualities to an animal, object, or idea.
Ex. 2 boxes talked to each other
Words or Phrases that appeal to readers' senses
Ex. Sight: The Rose in Bright Red
An expression that goes beyond its meaning and not literal
Ex. "It's raining cats and dogs"
A person, place, object, or action that stands for something
Ex. The eagle for the United States
the voice that talks to the reader
Ex. A young boy