-a single line of poetry
-verse(s) which repeat(s) through out a song or poem at given intervals
- a pattern of accented and unaccented syllables in lines of poetry
- poetry composed of either rhymed or un-rhymed lines that have set no meter
- a repeated end sound;
- words that rhyme that are NOT at the end of the line
- words that rhyme that ARE at the end of a line
- pattern of rhymes in a poem . rhyme is usually referred to by letters representing the rhyming words
I saw a fairy in the wood. (a)
He was all dressed in green. (b)
He drew his sword while I just stood. (a)
And realized I'd been seen. (b)
- a section of lines that form a division in a poem
- a stanza or poem of four lines
- capitalize the first word of each line
- if a line is too long to fit on one line, indent the overflow and do not capitalize
- punctuate a poem the way you want the reader to read it
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