This is the repetition of beginning sounds in words often found in poetry. (Ex. Chickity China, the Chinese chicken...)
The use of words that imitate the sound they denote(make).
A comparison between two unlike things without using the words "like" or "as."
A comparison between two unlike things using "like" or "as."
These are metaphors and similes that have been overused and are no longer fresh.
This is the act of giving human "like" qualities/characteristics to nonliving things.
These are words with the same ending sounds (spelling is moot).
This is rhyme that involves words that sound exactly the same (ex: love, dove).
This is rhyme that involves words that sound similar, but are not exactly the same.
This is what we call rhyme that occurs at the end of two or more lines of poetry.
This is what we call rhyme between words that occurs within a single line of poetry.
The pattern of end rhymes in a poem. Limericks are AABBA.
The rhythm or beat in a line of poetry.
This is an over exaggeration.
This is the use of words that convey an outcome that is the opposite of its literal meaning
a poem that tells a story
This is a type of poem that is meant to be sung and is both lyric and narrative in nature.
This is a type of poem that has unrhymed verse (usually in iambic pentameter).
This is a five line poem. Line one is the title/topic, line two is two adjectives describing the title, line three is three verbs, line four is a four word sentence about the topic, and line five renames the title/topic.
Poetry that does not have a regular meter or rhyme scheme.
A form of Japanese poetry with 17 syllables in three unrhymed lines. This style of poetry was originally love letters or about nature.
A five line poem in which lines 1, 2 and 5 rhyme and lines 3 and 4 rhyme.
This poem style was written by William Shakespeare. It consisted of 14 lines and 10 syllables per-line with a fixed rhyme scheme.
Poetry that is intended to be performed rather than read.
This is a collection of selected literary passages that have a common bond between them.
Margin-to-margin writing that uses conventional (standard) English convention to communicate ideas.
Writing that plays with space and language to creatively communicate ideas.
This is a "paragraph" in poetry.
The repetition of similar vowels in the stressed syllables of successive words.
The repetition of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis.
This is a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds.
Something visible that by association or convention represents something else that is invisible.
The repetition of consonants (or consonant patterns) especially at the ends of words.
A common meter in poetry consisting of an unrhymed line with five feet or accents, each foot containing an unaccented syllable and an accented syllable.
Conjoining contradictory terms (as in 'deafening silence').
Words or phrases that appeal to the senses and conjure up mental images.
an extended oxymoron-"Good men must not obey the laws too well" Emerson
the structure or shape of written work.
the repetition of words, phrases, or sentences; it adds rhythm and balance to writing.
the repetition for a word, phrase, or lines at regular intervals.