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A form of literature that is rhythmically composed and includes distinct style and word choice.
The attitude the poet or author has regarding the subject they're writing about.
The feeling or emotion the reader gets from reading a poem or piece of text.
Descriptive and figurative language used to create mental images for the reader.
A group of words in poetry that is purposefully kept together.
A group of lines kept together in order to convey meaning, emotion, rhythm, rhyme, etc.
Line, verse, or phrase that is repeated at intervals throughout a poem.
A musical quality produced by the repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables or sound patterns.
Repetition of similar sounding words occurring at the end of lines in poems or songs.
The repeating of words, phrases, syllables, or sounds in a poem used for emphasis.
Poetic Terms and Devices
Law of Superposition