words that imitate the sound they denote
something that stands for something else
A metaphor developed at great length, occurring frequently in or throughout a work.
single theme or feeling written in stanzas that may or may not rhyme
a group of lines in a poem or song that constitute a division (in prose: paragraph)
repetition of initial consonant sounds
no regular pattern of sound or lines in a poem
pattern of rhyming lines
rhyme occurs at end of lines of poetry
rhyme within a line
perfect rhyme, such as buzz and fuzz
rhyme in which the vowel sounds are nearly, but not exactly the same (i.e. the words "stress" and "kiss"); sometimes called half-rhyme, near rhyme, or partial rhyme
language that appeals to the senses
author's feeling about the subject of a written work
comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
narrator of a poem
"The Runaway," "The Pasture, " and "A Minor Bird"
"Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would not Take the Garbage Out"
"maggie and milly and molly and may" & "all in green went my love riding"