short poem uttered by a single speaker
a poetic device of comparison of two things without using a direct comparison (like or as)
a pattern of accented and unaccented syllables to create rhythm
a metric line that contains 8 feet of patterned syllables
a poetic device describing words that sound like what they mean
juxtapostion of two words which when considered separately are contradictory but form a complete unit of thought
a statement that seems contradictory, yet may be interpreted in a way that makes sense
a poem expressing the supposed peace and simplicity of rural life in an idealized setting
a poetic device which assigns human characteristics to a non-human thing
a play on words that seem similar in sound but have diverse meanings
a four line stanza
recognizable patterns of stresses or accents in a stream of speech or line of poetry
a poetic device whereby two unlike things are compared using "like or as"
a lyric poem consisting of a single stanza of fourteen iambic pentameter lines liked by an intricate rhyme scheme
a group of lines in a poem that are somehow connected either by idea or form
anything which signifies something else
expression of a literary speaker's attitude to his listener; mood
a persuasive authorial presence throughout a work of literature
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