Elements of Poetry-complete
Use pages 324-327 of your textbook to define the following terms.
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A type of literature that uses sounds, rhythms, and meanings of words to describe the world in striking image ways.
Groups of words.
The lines of a stanza work together to express one key idea.
Signals that one stanza has ended and a new one begins.
A line or group of lines that is repeated at regular intervals.
Pattern of rhythm.
Units of stressed and unstressed syllables.
Repetition of vowels and constant sounds at the end of words.
A particular rhyme pattern.
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words.
The use of any element of language more than once.
The use of words that imitate sounds.
A word's literal, dictionary definition.
The ideas and feelings that a word brings to mind.
Descriptions that appeal to the five senses.
Language that is not meant to be taken literally.
Tells a story in verse.
A three-line Japanese for that describes something in nature.
free verse poem
It has lack of structure.
Expresses the thoughts and feelings of a single speaker.
Song-like poems that tell stories.
Humorous, rhyming, five line poems with a specific rhythm pattern.
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