the voice of the poem-may be a fictional character, an objector or the poet.
mood or attitude of the poem creates; often created by individual words throughout the poem.
a comparison between 2 unlike things using "like" or "as"
direct comparison between 2 unlike things not using "like" or "as"
giving human qualities to nonhuman things
The formation of mental images or pictorial images, figurative descriptions
the repetition of beginning constant sounds
the repetition of vowel sounds in a specific literary work, especially in a poem
repetition of specifically consonants
repeating a word or phrase
a pattern of a poem; represented by capital letters
rhyme that is "close enough"
predictable, repeated pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables that gives a line of poetry a regular rhythm
poetry that has no rhyme or rhythm. without a specific meter
a poem that tells a story; It may contain all aspects of a typical story (plot, exposition, setting, characterization).
a poetical paragraph, a group of lines set off in a poem