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Poetry Set 3
onomatopoeia
personification
speaker
audience
when a word imitates the sound that it stands for like "buzz"…
when an object that is not a person behaves like a person
the person or character that is talking in the poem, (not alw…
the person or people that the speaker is talking to
onomatopoeia
when a word imitates the sound that it stands for like "buzz"…
personification
when an object that is not a person behaves like a person
21 terms
Poetry Terms (Set 3)
Implied Metaphor
Extended Metaphor
'Visual' Imagery
'Olfactory' Imagery
2 different things are compared but the reader has to guess w…
2 different things are compared over several lines in the poem
'Sight' Imagery
'Smell' Imagery
Implied Metaphor
2 different things are compared but the reader has to guess w…
Extended Metaphor
2 different things are compared over several lines in the poem
Set #3 Poetry Terms
conceit
meter
caesura
lyric poetry
A witty or ingenious thought; a diverting or highly fanciful…
A regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
A natural pause or break in a line of poetry, usually near th…
Personal, reflective poetry that reveals the speaker's though…
conceit
A witty or ingenious thought; a diverting or highly fanciful…
meter
A regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Poetry Set 3
Masculine Rhyme
Feminine Rhyme
Slant Rhyme
Eye Rhyme
rhyme that falls on the stressed and concluding syllables of…
is a rhyme that matches two or more syllables at the end of t…
rhyme in which the vowel sounds are nearly, but not exactly t…
words creating visual alikeness without sounding at all alike…
Masculine Rhyme
rhyme that falls on the stressed and concluding syllables of…
Feminine Rhyme
is a rhyme that matches two or more syllables at the end of t…
Poetry - Set 3
serenely
wrath
wiles
rivulet
calmly; peacefully
vengeance or punishment as the consequence of anger
trickery; deceitful traps
river
serenely
calmly; peacefully
wrath
vengeance or punishment as the consequence of anger
15 terms
Poetry Terms Set 3
Metaphysical
meter
metonymy
narrative ballad
highly abstract, subtle, or abstruse
the regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables that…
a figure of speech where the name of something is substituted…
a simple poem of folk origin, composed in short stanzas and a…
Metaphysical
highly abstract, subtle, or abstruse
meter
the regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables that…
14 terms
Poetry Set 3 Types of Poetry
quatrain
couplet
sestet
ballad
a stanza of four lines
two lines of verse
the second part of a sonnet
a type of poetry or verse which was basically used in dance s…
quatrain
a stanza of four lines
couplet
two lines of verse
8 terms
Poetry Set 3
matter-of-factly
periscope
trellis
mirage
in a straightforward or unemotional manner
a tube, with mirrors and glass, that lets you see out of a su…
a frame of wood that allows plants to grow around it
an image that appears, that is not real
matter-of-factly
in a straightforward or unemotional manner
periscope
a tube, with mirrors and glass, that lets you see out of a su…
11 terms
Poetry - set 3
stanza
couplet
triplet
quatrain
(n) are sometimes named for the number of lines they contain
(n) two-lined stanza
(n) three-line stanza
(n) four-line stanza
stanza
(n) are sometimes named for the number of lines they contain
couplet
(n) two-lined stanza
21 terms
Poetry terms set 3
Anithesis
Apostrophe
Symbol
Stanza
A balancingor contrasting of one term against another
The assessing of something, usually not present, as though pr…
A word or image that signifies something other than what it l…
A division of a poem based on thought of form. Stanzas based…
Anithesis
A balancingor contrasting of one term against another
Apostrophe
The assessing of something, usually not present, as though pr…
11 terms
Set 3: Types of Poetry
Ghazal
Haiku
Horation Ode
Iambic Pentameter
A short lyrical poem that arose in Urdu. It is between 5 and…
A Japanese poem composed of three unrhymed lines of five, sev…
Short lyric poem written in two or four-line stanzas, each wi…
One short syllable followed by one long one five sets in a ro…
Ghazal
A short lyrical poem that arose in Urdu. It is between 5 and…
Haiku
A Japanese poem composed of three unrhymed lines of five, sev…
12 terms
Poetry Terms Set 3
Conceit
Consonance
Connotation
Couplet
-A fanciful Expression... -Usually in the form of an extended me…
-The repetition of similar consonant sounds in a group of wor…
-Nonliteral, associative meaning of a word... -Implied, suggeste…
-A two-line stanza, usually with end-rhymes the same
Conceit
-A fanciful Expression... -Usually in the form of an extended me…
Consonance
-The repetition of similar consonant sounds in a group of wor…
Poetry Set 3
Euphony
Faulty Parallelism
Flashback
Foil
The use of phrases and words that are noted for possessing an…
The failure to maintain a balance in grammatical form where s…
Literary device wherein the author/ writter depicts the occur…
This term refers to a literary device where the author create…
Euphony
The use of phrases and words that are noted for possessing an…
Faulty Parallelism
The failure to maintain a balance in grammatical form where s…
Vocab Set 3 Poetry
Anachronism
Anaphora
Aside
Assonance
A person scene or event or other element that fails to corres…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of secession…
A speech made by an actor to the audience, as if they were st…
The repetition of two or more vowel sounds in a group of word…
Anachronism
A person scene or event or other element that fails to corres…
Anaphora
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of secession…
Poetry terms set 3
Personification
Onomatopoeia
Parallelism
Classical Allusion
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
A word that imitates the sound it represents.... A figure of spe…
Phrases or sentences of a similar construction/meaning placed…
references to characters or events from greek mythology... An in…
Personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
Onomatopoeia
A word that imitates the sound it represents.... A figure of spe…
Poetry Terms- Set 3
Irony
Internal Rhyme
Litotes
Masculine Rhyme
the contrast between actual meaning and the suggestion of ano…
rhyme contained within a line of verse
a form of understatement in which the negative of an antonym…
rhyme in which only the last, accented syllable of the rhymin…
Irony
the contrast between actual meaning and the suggestion of ano…
Internal Rhyme
rhyme contained within a line of verse
18 terms
Poetry terms set 3
Quatrain
Aubade
Sonnet
Sestina
A four-line stanza in a poem
A love lyric in which the speaker complains about the arrival…
fourteen-line poem in iambic pentameter
A poem of thirty-nine lines and written in iambic pentameter.…
Quatrain
A four-line stanza in a poem
Aubade
A love lyric in which the speaker complains about the arrival…
20 terms
Poetry Terms Set 3
closed form
open form
quatrain
couplet
fixed form; follows patterns of lines, meter, rhymes, and sta…
any poem in which the poet creates the form of the poem as th…
a four-line stanza with any combination of rhymes
a two-line stanza, usually with end rhymes the same
closed form
fixed form; follows patterns of lines, meter, rhymes, and sta…
open form
any poem in which the poet creates the form of the poem as th…
14 terms
Poetry Terms Set 3
Choriamb
Circumlocution
Cockney School of Poets
Collage
Greek and Latin metrical foot consisting of two stressed syll…
A roundabout wording, such as Samuel Taylor Coleridhe's "twic…
A dismissive name for London-based Romantic poets such as Joh…
From the French "coller," meaning to paste or glue. In visual…
Choriamb
Greek and Latin metrical foot consisting of two stressed syll…
Circumlocution
A roundabout wording, such as Samuel Taylor Coleridhe's "twic…
Poetry Terms- Set 3
Enjambent
Envoy (Envoi)
Epithet
Euphony
Moving from one line of poetry to another without a form of p…
A short stanza at the end of a poem used either to address an…
Literary device that describes a place, a thing or a person i…
Use of words and phrases that are distinguished as having a w…
Enjambent
Moving from one line of poetry to another without a form of p…
Envoy (Envoi)
A short stanza at the end of a poem used either to address an…
11 terms
Poetry Vocab Set 3
Lyric Poetry
Narrative Poetry
Allegory
Epigram
(n) A type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from d…
(n) A type of poetry that tells a story, containing character…
(n) A representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning thro…
(n) A short, often satirical poem dealing concisely with a si…
Lyric Poetry
(n) A type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from d…
Narrative Poetry
(n) A type of poetry that tells a story, containing character…
Poetry set 3
Aunt Jennifer's Tigers by Adrienne Rich
Her Kind by Anne Sexton
The Truth the Dead Know by Anne Sexton
The School Children by Louise Gluck
Aunt Jennifer's tigers prance across a screen,... Bright topaz…
I have gone out, a possessed witch,... haunting the black air, b…
Gone, I say and walk from church,... refusing the stiff processi…
The children go forward with their little satchels.... And all m…
Aunt Jennifer's Tigers by Adrienne Rich
Aunt Jennifer's tigers prance across a screen,... Bright topaz…
Her Kind by Anne Sexton
I have gone out, a possessed witch,... haunting the black air, b…
Poetry Set 3
Enjambment
Envoy
Epithet
Euphony
the continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end…
short stanza at the end of a poem used either to address an i…
descriptive literary device that describes a place, a thing o…
use of words and phrases that are distinguished as having a w…
Enjambment
the continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end…
Envoy
short stanza at the end of a poem used either to address an i…
11 terms
Poetry words set 3
Simile
Speaker
Stanza
Tone
A figure of speech in which two essentially unlike things are…
One who speaks
One of the divisions of a poem
A sound of distinct pitch
Simile
A figure of speech in which two essentially unlike things are…
Speaker
One who speaks
Poetry Terms Set 3
Conceit
Parody
Persona
Anaphora
An extended metaphor.
Where you make fun of a situation.
Character of the speaker
Repetition of an opening word in a series of lines.
Conceit
An extended metaphor.
Parody
Where you make fun of a situation.
11 terms
Poetry Terms Set 3
octave
narrative poetry
sensory language
pun
8-line stanza
one that tells a story
words and phrases that describe how things look, sound, smell…
a play on words that involves either two words that sound ali…
octave
8-line stanza
narrative poetry
one that tells a story
Poetry Terms set 3
containers
association
tools
toponyms
that signify what's inside
images
representing am activity
top places representing broader places or industries
containers
that signify what's inside
association
images
Poetry Terms Set 3
blank verse
couplet
end-stopped
enjambment
unrhymed iambic pentameter.
a two-line stanza, usually with end-rhymes the same.
a line with a pause at the end. Lines that end with a period,…
the continuation of the sense and grammatical construction fr…
blank verse
unrhymed iambic pentameter.
couplet
a two-line stanza, usually with end-rhymes the same.
21 terms
Poetry set 3
Antithesis
Apostrophe
Symbol
Stanza
Balancing or contrasting of one term against another
Addressing of someone or something usually not present as tho…
Word or image that signifies something other that what is rep…
Division of a poem based on thought or form
Antithesis
Balancing or contrasting of one term against another
Apostrophe
Addressing of someone or something usually not present as tho…
15 terms
Poetry terms: Set 3
lyric poem
masculine rhyme
metaphor
meter
any short poem thatpresents a single speaker who expresses th…
rhyme that falls on stressed and concluding syllables of the…
a figurative use of langage in which comparison is expressed…
the repetition of a regular rhythmic unit. emphasizes the mus…
lyric poem
any short poem thatpresents a single speaker who expresses th…
masculine rhyme
rhyme that falls on stressed and concluding syllables of the…
16 terms
Poetry set 3
Mixed metaphor
Narrative poem
Octave
Onomatopea
A combination of two or more incomparable metaphors
Poem that tells a story
A series of eight notes occupying the interval between (and i…
A word that makes a sound
Mixed metaphor
A combination of two or more incomparable metaphors
Narrative poem
Poem that tells a story
Poetry set 3
Terza Rima
Limerick
Ballad stanza
Rime Royal
Three line stanza usually with iambic pentameter and an inter…
Five line nonsense poem with an anapestic meter
Four lines with a rhyme scheme of abcb
Seven lines in iambic pentameter
Terza Rima
Three line stanza usually with iambic pentameter and an inter…
Limerick
Five line nonsense poem with an anapestic meter
Poetry set 3
Verse
Personification
Simile
Metaphor
A metric line of poetry. It is named according to the kind an…
A literary device In which the author speaks of or describes…
A comparison of two unlike things in which a word of comparis…
A comparison of two unlike things in which no word of compari…
Verse
A metric line of poetry. It is named according to the kind an…
Personification
A literary device In which the author speaks of or describes…
13 terms
poetry terms set 3
containers
association images
tools
toponyms
n. signify whats inside ex: plate of food, white house, penta…
n. related thing ex: lend me your ear
n. representing an activity ex: the Pen is mightier than the…
n. top places representing broader places or industries ex: c…
containers
n. signify whats inside ex: plate of food, white house, penta…
association images
n. related thing ex: lend me your ear
9 terms
Poetry Terms Set 3
Quatrain
Rhyme
Ryhythm
Simile
four line stanza is a poem
matching of final vowel or constant sounds in two or more words
repeated pattern of sound in a poem (flow)
figure of speech involving the comparison of two unlike thing…
Quatrain
four line stanza is a poem
Rhyme
matching of final vowel or constant sounds in two or more words
10 terms
Poetry Set 3
Euphony
Eye Rhyme
Feminine Rhyme
Figurative Language
A style in which combinations of words pleasant to the ear pr…
Rhyme that appears correct from spelling, but is half-rhyme o…
A rhyme of two syllables, one stressed and one unstressed, as…
Writing that uses figures of speech such as metaphor, irony,…
Euphony
A style in which combinations of words pleasant to the ear pr…
Eye Rhyme
Rhyme that appears correct from spelling, but is half-rhyme o…
8 terms
Poetry 3-poetry genres
ballad
epic
free verse
haiku
a sad poem that tells a story and that is meant to be sung or…
a long narrative poem about the adventures of a hero whose ac…
poetry without regular patterns of rhyme
a form of traditional Japanese poetry, using three lines and…
ballad
a sad poem that tells a story and that is meant to be sung or…
epic
a long narrative poem about the adventures of a hero whose ac…
Poetry Unit Terms Set 3
Cadence
Foot
Meter
Scansion
The pattern of rhythm in natural speech or in poetry without…
One segment of meter
A pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse
The analysis of the metrical patterns of a poem by organizing…
Cadence
The pattern of rhythm in natural speech or in poetry without…
Foot
One segment of meter
18 terms
Sophomore Poetry: Set 3
Stanza
Kinds of Stanzas: Couplet
Kinds of Stanzas: Triplet or Tercet
Kinds of Stanzas: Quatrain
A division of a poem based on a thought or form, when based o…
2 line stanza
3 line stanza
4 line stanza
Stanza
A division of a poem based on a thought or form, when based o…
Kinds of Stanzas: Couplet
2 line stanza
12 terms
Poetry Set 3
Quatrain
Refrain
Repetition
Rhyme Scheme
A four line stanza
A line or lines repeated in intervals in a poem or song
A literary device in which sounds, words, phrases, lines, or…
The pattern at the end rhyme in a stanza or poem
Quatrain
A four line stanza
Refrain
A line or lines repeated in intervals in a poem or song
35 terms
Poetry Final - Set 3
In the Desert (Stephen Crane)
In the Desert (Stephen Crane)
I saw a Man Pursuing (Stephen Crane)
I saw a Man Pursuing (Stephen Crane)
In the desert ... I saw a creature, naked, bestial,... Who, squatti…
I said, "Is it good, friend?"... "It is bitter--bitter," he answ…
I saw a man pursuing the horizon;... Round and round they sped.…
"It is futile," I said,... "You can never--"... "You lie," he crie…
In the Desert (Stephen Crane)
In the desert ... I saw a creature, naked, bestial,... Who, squatti…
In the Desert (Stephen Crane)
I said, "Is it good, friend?"... "It is bitter--bitter," he answ…
10 terms
Poetry 3
Haiku
Hyperbole
Cascade
Encompass
A short Japanese poem in 3 lines containing 17 syllables
Exaggeration used to get a point across
Steep waterfall
Surround
Haiku
A short Japanese poem in 3 lines containing 17 syllables
Hyperbole
Exaggeration used to get a point across
18 terms
STAAR Poetry Terms Grades 3 & 4
Stanza
rhythm
repetition
free verse
Like a paragraph but in poem. A group of two or more lines.
the beats of a poem--series of stressed and unstressed syllab…
to repeat something over and over.... to repeat something ove…
poem that has no formal structure, no rhythm, and no rhyme
Stanza
Like a paragraph but in poem. A group of two or more lines.
rhythm
the beats of a poem--series of stressed and unstressed syllab…
21 terms
Quarter 3 Poetry
Audience
Author's Point of View
Author's Purpose
Connotation
The group of readers that the writer is addressing.
The combination of ideas, values, feelings, and beliefs that…
Why the author wrote the piece. Authors usually write to expr…
The ideas and feelings associated with the word, as opposed t…
Audience
The group of readers that the writer is addressing.
Author's Point of View
The combination of ideas, values, feelings, and beliefs that…
22 terms
poetry set
figurative language
metaphor
alliteration
simile
DEFINITION:... Language that cannot be taken literally since it…
DEFINITION:... A comparison that establishes a figurative identi…
DEFINITION:... Repetition of consonant sounds
DEFINITION:... A comparison using "like" or "as"
figurative language
DEFINITION:... Language that cannot be taken literally since it…
metaphor
DEFINITION:... A comparison that establishes a figurative identi…
20 terms
Poetry #3
ballad
quatrain
sonnet
epic
a simple narrative verse that tells a story that is sung or r…
a stanza of four lines
14 line lyric poem
a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
ballad
a simple narrative verse that tells a story that is sung or r…
quatrain
a stanza of four lines
62 terms
English poetry vocab set 1 2 3
Accent
Alliteration
Apostrophe
Assonance
the stressed portion of a word
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
the device of calling out to a an imaginary, dead, or absent…
the repetition of vowel sounds between different consonant
Accent
the stressed portion of a word
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
Poetry Set 2
alliteration
alliteration
acrostic
repetition
the repetition of the beginning sound of a word
"He hired a handyman to haul his horse" is an example
a type of poem that uses the letters of the title to begin ea…
to repeat a word or phrase more than once in a poem
alliteration
the repetition of the beginning sound of a word
alliteration
"He hired a handyman to haul his horse" is an example
10 terms
gr3 Poetry Terms set2
Narrator
Onomatopoeia
Rhyme
Tone
Person telling a story
A term that describes a word that sounds like the object or t…
When two words have the same end sounds
How the author feels about a subject
Narrator
Person telling a story
Onomatopoeia
A term that describes a word that sounds like the object or t…
18 terms
gr3 Poetry Terms set 1
Narrator
Onomatopoeia
Personification
Rhyme
Person telling a story
A term that describes a word that sounds like the object or t…
When objects are described as if they were human.... Example: Th…
When two words have the same end sounds
Narrator
Person telling a story
Onomatopoeia
A term that describes a word that sounds like the object or t…
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