repitition of a consonant sound in line of words or sentence
ex: Don't dally doing dumb homework
a reference to someting outside the literary work, usually mythology or the bible or another literary work.
a narative; simple; songlike quality; basic rhyme sceme; composed of iambic tetramete alternating with iambic trimeter
A metrical foot consisting of three syllables, in which the first is stressed and the last two are unstressed
relates an episode in a speaker's life through a conversational format whcih reveals the character of the speaker.
a mournful, contemplative lyric poem written to commemorate someone who is dead, often ending in a consolation.
the continuation of meaning, without pause or break, from one line of poetry to the next
An extended narrative poem recounting actions, travels, adventures, and heroic episodes; larger than life protagonist; more-than-human-strength of heroes in action; gods of lesser divinities play an active role.
A rhyme of two syllables in which the final syllable is unstressed ('mother/bother').
Verse that has neither regular rhyme nor regular meter
ex: English is not very fun except when its done,
but even then it is better than math.
And I think this is a poor example of free verse,
but it certainly can't get much worse.
metrical pattern of one unstressed syllable followed by one stressed syllable
ex: Come Live with Me and be my love
Rhyme in which only the last, accented syllable of the rhyming words correspond exactly in sound
ex: eyes and denies
The work of poets of the seventeenth century, that analyzes subjects logically and philosophically
a poem that tells a story
ex: Natalie decided to buy a red shoe,
but Lucas decided that just wouldn't do,
and so he bought another that was blue,
and now natalie has not one, but two.
(except it is usually longer)
Slant (half) Rhyme
a partial or imperfect rhyme, often using assonance or consonance only, as in dry and died.