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Elements of Poetry ESL 2 Literature
simile
metaphor
personification
hyperbole
comparisons that use the words "like" or "as":
omparisons that do not use "like" or "as"
is when a writer gives human-like qualities to something othe…
a very large exaggeration,
simile
comparisons that use the words "like" or "as":
metaphor
omparisons that do not use "like" or "as"
15 terms
Middle School Literature 2 Poetry
simile
metaphor
theme
allusion
"as," "like"
no "like" or "as"
the message of the poem
reference or hint to another work of art/tradition
simile
"as," "like"
metaphor
no "like" or "as"
SAT 2 Literature Poetry
narrative
discursive
imagistic
lyric
mode that tells a story, includes epics and ballads
an "idea poem", mode that expounds on a topic
mode that is pure image; does not tell a story, formulate a t…
mode that is given a songlike quality by it's meter and rhythm
narrative
mode that tells a story, includes epics and ballads
discursive
an "idea poem", mode that expounds on a topic
21 terms
Poetry SAT 2 Literature
Narrative
Discursive
Imagistic
Lyric
poem tells a story
expands on a poem, "idea" poem
pure image, wishing neither to tell a tale nor formulate a tale
song-like quality
Narrative
poem tells a story
Discursive
expands on a poem, "idea" poem
Literature Test #2 Poetry
Alliteration
Free Verse
blank verse
assonance
repetition of initial word sound
verse with no metrical pattern
metrical (usually iambic pentameter) but not rhyme
repetition of vowel sounds in poetry
Alliteration
repetition of initial word sound
Free Verse
verse with no metrical pattern
15 terms
Literature Poetry Exam 2
"Daystar"
"To A Daughter Leaving Home"
"The Flea"
"To His Coy Mistress"
Rita Dove
Linda Pastan
John Donne
Andrew Marvel
"Daystar"
Rita Dove
"To A Daughter Leaving Home"
Linda Pastan
25 terms
Literature Exam 2 Poetry
Poetry is formed in...
Poetry is meant to be read...
repetition
rhythm
lines and stanzas
aloud
when a word is repeated over and over for emphasis
A musical quality produced by the repetition of stressed and…
Poetry is formed in...
lines and stanzas
Poetry is meant to be read...
aloud
A2 Literature: Poetry quotes
"Shall I compare thee to a summers day…
"I grieve and dare not show my discont…
"Then worms shall try that long peserv…
"Tis better to have loved and lost tha…
Sonnet 18, William Shakespeare
On Monsieur's Departure, Elizabeth I
To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell
In Memorium, Alfred Lord Tennyson
"Shall I compare thee to a summers day…
Sonnet 18, William Shakespeare
"I grieve and dare not show my discont…
On Monsieur's Departure, Elizabeth I
AP Literature Poetry Terms #2
Consonance
Couplet
Devices of sound
Diction
repetition of similar consonant sounds in a group of words
two-line stanza, usually with end-rhymes the same
techniques of deploying the sound of words, especially in poe…
use of words in a literary work
Consonance
repetition of similar consonant sounds in a group of words
Couplet
two-line stanza, usually with end-rhymes the same
AP Literature: Poetry Terms (2)
Figurative language
Free verse
Heroic couplet
Hyperbole
Writing that uses figures of speech, such as metaphor, irony,…
Poetry that is not written in a traditional meter but is stil…
Two end-stopped iambic pentameter lines rhymed aa, bb, cc wit…
A deliberate, extravagant, and often outrageous exaggeration.…
Figurative language
Writing that uses figures of speech, such as metaphor, irony,…
Free verse
Poetry that is not written in a traditional meter but is stil…
10 terms
Intro to Literature: Poetry Terms 2
allusion
ambiguity
ambivalence
diction
brief indirect reference w/in a text to something outside the…
word, phrase, or statement which contains more than one meaning
The coexistence of opposing attitudes or feelings toward a pe…
choice of words
allusion
brief indirect reference w/in a text to something outside the…
ambiguity
word, phrase, or statement which contains more than one meaning
AP Literature Poetry Terms 2
adage
voice
analogy
verisimilitude
a saying or proverb containing a truth ased on experience and…
real or assumed personality used by a writer or speaker
a comparison that points out similarities between two dissimi…
similar to the truth; the quality of realism in a work that p…
adage
a saying or proverb containing a truth ased on experience and…
voice
real or assumed personality used by a writer or speaker
74 terms
Praxis 2 English Literature, Language, & Poetry 0041
allegory
anastrophe
apostrophe
ballad
an extended narrative having a symbolic or metaphorical meani…
inversion of conventional word order. John F. Kennedy said in…
Speaking directly or addressing a real or imagined listener o…
a long narrative poem, often sung with refrains, incremental…
allegory
an extended narrative having a symbolic or metaphorical meani…
anastrophe
inversion of conventional word order. John F. Kennedy said in…
54 terms
AP Literature Poetry Unit 2
Metaphor
Simile
Tenor
Vehicle
figure of speech comparing two different things without using…
figure of speech comparing two different things using like or…
the tone of the poem, the totality of ideas and attitudes of…
the means by which the tenor is conveyed
Metaphor
figure of speech comparing two different things without using…
Simile
figure of speech comparing two different things using like or…
22 terms
Forms of Literature: Poetry - Lesson 2
Rhyme
Rhyme Scheme
Slant Rhyme (Near Rhyme)
Eye Rhyme
Correspondence of sound at the endings of words, especially a…
When rhymes fall in a pattern in a poem
Not pure rhyme but hints of sounds repetition: e.g., "chill,"…
Similarity in words, not in sound but in spelling: e.g., "alm…
Rhyme
Correspondence of sound at the endings of words, especially a…
Rhyme Scheme
When rhymes fall in a pattern in a poem
Narrative poetry :Unit 2 Literature
Ballad
Dialogue
Folk Ballad
Literary Ballad
Is a short narrative song written in stanzas.
Conversation between characters.
The earliest type, is anonymous and was originally sung.
Is consciously written by a poet in imitation of the folk bal…
Ballad
Is a short narrative song written in stanzas.
Dialogue
Conversation between characters.
Literature Poetry terms exam 2
Alliteration
Apostrophe
Ballad
Caesura
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
Words that are spoken to a person who is absent or imaginary,…
A poem that tells a story similar to a folktale or legend and…
A natural pause or break in a line of poetry, usually near th…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
Apostrophe
Words that are spoken to a person who is absent or imaginary,…
AP LITERATURE POETRY QUIZ 2
free verse
end stopped line
Enjambment
hyperbole
Poetry which is not written in a traditional meter but is sti…
lines that have some punctuation at the end
A run-on line of poetry in which logical and grammatical sens…
An exaggeration
free verse
Poetry which is not written in a traditional meter but is sti…
end stopped line
lines that have some punctuation at the end
Principles of Literature-- Poetry exam 2
sonnet
Petrarchan sonnet
Shakespearian sonnet
dramatic monologues
fixed form having 14 lines of Iambic pentameter with 1 or 2 m…
(Italian sonnet); made up of octave and sestet octave sets up…
(English sonnet); rhyme scheme ababcdefefgg; 3 quatrains 1 co…
a poem in which a single character other than poet speaks to…
sonnet
fixed form having 14 lines of Iambic pentameter with 1 or 2 m…
Petrarchan sonnet
(Italian sonnet); made up of octave and sestet octave sets up…
14 terms
World Literature Final 2. Poetry
Assonance
Consonance
Alliteration
Sonnet
Repetition of a vowel sound within two or more words in close…
Repetition of a consonant sound within two or more words in c…
Repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
14 line poem
Assonance
Repetition of a vowel sound within two or more words in close…
Consonance
Repetition of a consonant sound within two or more words in c…
12 terms
Principles of Literature-- Poetry exam 2
sonnet
Petrarchan sonnet
Shakespearian sonnet
dramatic monologues
fixed form having 14 lines of Iambic pentameter with 1 or 2 m…
(Italian sonnet); made up of octave and sestet octave sets up…
(English sonnet); rhyme scheme ababcdefefgg; 3 quatrains 1 co…
a poem in which a single character other than poet speaks to…
sonnet
fixed form having 14 lines of Iambic pentameter with 1 or 2 m…
Petrarchan sonnet
(Italian sonnet); made up of octave and sestet octave sets up…
17 terms
literature poetry
narrative poem
stanza
onomatopoeia
imagery
tells a story
a group of related lines in a poem
words whose sounds suggest meaning
creating pictures from the senses
narrative poem
tells a story
stanza
a group of related lines in a poem
30 terms
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP -- Poetry Terms #2
Verse
Stanza
End rhyme
Internal rhyme
A line of Poetry
A group of lines with a metrical order
Rhyming word at the end of the line
Rhyming word within the line
Verse
A line of Poetry
Stanza
A group of lines with a metrical order
tog poetry and literature terms
accentual-syllabic Meter
Acrostic poem
Alliteration
Anapest
meter that is measured by the number and pattern of accents a…
a poem in which the first letter of each line, taken together…
the repetition of the initial sound of words in a line or lin…
a foot consisting of two unaccented syllables followed by one…
accentual-syllabic Meter
meter that is measured by the number and pattern of accents a…
Acrostic poem
a poem in which the first letter of each line, taken together…
74 terms
Praxis 2 English Literature, Language, & Poetry 0041
allegory
anastrophe
apostrophe
ballad
an extended narrative having a symbolic or metaphorical meani…
inversion of conventional word order. John F. Kennedy said in…
Speaking directly or addressing a real or imagined listener o…
a long narrative poem, often sung with refrains, incremental…
allegory
an extended narrative having a symbolic or metaphorical meani…
anastrophe
inversion of conventional word order. John F. Kennedy said in…
AP English Literature Poetry Terms 2
Euphony
Eye Rhymes
Feminine Rhyme
Figurative Language
Combinations of words that are pleasant to the ear. The oppos…
Rhyme that is spelled as a rhyme, but doesn't quite work when…
A two-syllable rhyme, with a stressed and unstressed syllable…
Metaphor, irony, simile, anything that means something other…
Euphony
Combinations of words that are pleasant to the ear. The oppos…
Eye Rhymes
Rhyme that is spelled as a rhyme, but doesn't quite work when…
12 terms
Literature: Poetry
Alliteration
Onomatopoeia
End Rhyme
Allusion
the repetition of initial consonant sound ... EX: Fred's friends…
the use of words that imitate sounds... EX: Splash
rhyme at the end of lines in a poem; most common rhyme type…
a reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
Alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sound ... EX: Fred's friends…
Onomatopoeia
the use of words that imitate sounds... EX: Splash
39 terms
POETRY LITERATURE
stanza
quatrain
couplet
speaker
group of consecutive lines that form a structural unit of a p…
stanza of four lines
two consecutive rhyming lines
the voice that addresses the reader in a poem
stanza
group of consecutive lines that form a structural unit of a p…
quatrain
stanza of four lines
25 terms
Poetry Terms from the Literature Book Course 2
Rhythm
Elegy
Meter
Rhyme
The repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables
A poem for someone who has died
A regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Repetition of accented vowel sounds and all sounds following…
Rhythm
The repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables
Elegy
A poem for someone who has died
28 terms
literature poetry
stanza
speaker
tone
allusion
breaks in lines of poems
imaginary voice assumed by poet
writer's attitude towards the audience
reference to a well known place, person, or thing
stanza
breaks in lines of poems
speaker
imaginary voice assumed by poet
15 terms
Literature poetry
"Hope Is the Thing With Feathers"... "I'm…
"The Bells"
"Analysis of Baseball"... "To Kate, Skati…
"Fifteen"
Emily Dickinson
Edgar Allen Poe
May Swenson
William Stafford
"Hope Is the Thing With Feathers"... "I'm…
Emily Dickinson
"The Bells"
Edgar Allen Poe
17 terms
A2 English Literature Quotes - POETRY
"Love after love"... Walcott
"Love and Death"... Lord Byron
"The Flea"... Donne
"Love and Jealousy"... Walsh
"You will love again the stranger who was yourself"... "Give bac…
"Nor can I blame thee, though it be my lot/To strongly, wrong…
"MARK but this flea, and mark in this,... How little that which…
"Love's like a torch, which, if secur'd from blasts, ... Will fa…
"Love after love"... Walcott
"You will love again the stranger who was yourself"... "Give bac…
"Love and Death"... Lord Byron
"Nor can I blame thee, though it be my lot/To strongly, wrong…
Literature: Poetry Terms
Rhyme
Rhyme Scheme
Rhythm
Meter
Two or more words sound the same... Example: rot, cot, lot
The pattern of rhymes in a poem, usually noted by letters... Ex…
The cadence of a phrase or phrases
The set of rhythm in a poem
Rhyme
Two or more words sound the same... Example: rot, cot, lot
Rhyme Scheme
The pattern of rhymes in a poem, usually noted by letters... Ex…
AP Literature: Poetry Terms Test (2)
Scansion
Sestet
Strategy
Synecdoche
A system for describing the meter of a poem by identifying th…
A six-line stanza. Usually refers to the second division of a…
(Rhetorical strategy) the management of language for a specif…
A form of metaphor which in mentioning a part signifies the w…
Scansion
A system for describing the meter of a poem by identifying th…
Sestet
A six-line stanza. Usually refers to the second division of a…
5 terms
Literature poetry
Associations(n)
Device(n)
Insight(n)
Reaction(n)
Connections or relations between thoughts, ideas, or images.…
A way of achieving a particular purpose.... EX: I use my electr…
A clear understanding of the true nature of something.... EX: I…
Response.... EX: When someone scares you, you can have differen…
Associations(n)
Connections or relations between thoughts, ideas, or images.…
Device(n)
A way of achieving a particular purpose.... EX: I use my electr…
Literature: Poetry
Poetry
Rhythm
Sound
Rhyme
The sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelin…
Flow or beat of a poem
When writers use sounds in their poem to make it interesting
Words that end with the same sound; bat,cat, hat
Poetry
The sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelin…
Rhythm
Flow or beat of a poem
64 terms
Literature - Poetry
Poetry... Important generic features of p…
Verse
Stanza
Meter
• A tendency towards relative brevity... • A tendency towards co…
A verse is formally a single metrical line in a poetic comp…
A grouping of verses is known as a stanza. In modern free…
A measure of phonological rhythm consisting of stressed and u…
Poetry... Important generic features of p…
• A tendency towards relative brevity... • A tendency towards co…
Verse
A verse is formally a single metrical line in a poetic comp…
7 terms
Literature (Poetry)
poetry
concrete language
connoative
rhythm
artfully compressed thought resulting in the elevated express…
words appealing to one or more of the five senses
the implications and emotional overtones some words carry bey…
the more or less regular recurrence of stressed syllables
poetry
artfully compressed thought resulting in the elevated express…
concrete language
words appealing to one or more of the five senses
6 terms
Literature 2 3Q Poetry Collection #2 Vocabulary
Idle
Earnest
Rejoiced
Anguish
useless; not busy
serious and intense; not joking
showed happiness
extreme suffering, as from grief or pain
Idle
useless; not busy
Earnest
serious and intense; not joking
Psalms and Wisdom Literature 2 - Hebrew Poetry
Synonymous
Synonymous
Synonymous
Antithetic
What kind of Parallelism is described below?... Consists of say…
Psalm 1:5 describes what kind of Parallelism?... "Therefore the…
Psalm 72:6 describes what kind of Parallelism?... "And His tabe…
What kind of Parallelism is described below?... Occurs when the…
Synonymous
What kind of Parallelism is described below?... Consists of say…
Synonymous
Psalm 1:5 describes what kind of Parallelism?... "Therefore the…
61 terms
Ocar AP Literature Poetry Terms
allegory
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
story or poem that can be used to reveal a hidden meaning
beginning of same letter or sound in closely connected words
indirect of passing reference
repetition in first part of a sentence , to have an artistic…
allegory
story or poem that can be used to reveal a hidden meaning
alliteration
beginning of same letter or sound in closely connected words
12 terms
World Literature Poetry Vocabulary 2/15/16
tedium
caravan
ricochet
demure
the quality or state of being wearisome; irksomeness; tedious…
a group of travelers journeying together for safety in a host…
to rebound from a surface or surfaces, usually with a charact…
characterized by shyness and modesty, reserved (s: timid, a:…
tedium
the quality or state of being wearisome; irksomeness; tedious…
caravan
a group of travelers journeying together for safety in a host…
57 terms
AP Literature: Poetry Terms
alliteration
allusion
antithesis
apostrophe
repetition of similar consonant sounds
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
a figure of speech characterized by strongly contrasting word…
an address to either an absent person, some abstract quality,…
alliteration
repetition of similar consonant sounds
allusion
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
15 terms
AP Literature Poetry Terms- Part 2
metaphor
simile
conceit
personification
implied comparison
stated comparison
extended metaphor
human characteristics attributed to object or animal
metaphor
implied comparison
simile
stated comparison
Literature Final-Poetry
Alliteration
Assonance
Personification
Allusion
Repetition of the initial consonant sound
Repetition of the initial vowel sound
Giving a non-human human-like attributes
A reference to something well-known
Alliteration
Repetition of the initial consonant sound
Assonance
Repetition of the initial vowel sound
24 terms
American Literature - Poetry Authors
Edward Taylor
Anne Bradstreet
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
William Cullen Bryant
He regarded his poems as sacramental acts of private devotion…
She was the first woman to be published in Colonial America.…
American poet that was influenced somewhat by the transcenden…
The godfather of American Romanticism--and a founder of the R…
Edward Taylor
He regarded his poems as sacramental acts of private devotion…
Anne Bradstreet
She was the first woman to be published in Colonial America.…
22 terms
Literature 2 3Q Exploring Poetry Vocabulary
Figurative language
Similes
Metaphors
Personification
language that is used imaginatively, rather than literally, t…
uses the words "like" or "as" to compare two essentially unli…
speaks of one thing in terms of another
gives human traits to non human things
Figurative language
language that is used imaginatively, rather than literally, t…
Similes
uses the words "like" or "as" to compare two essentially unli…
37 terms
Literature Poetry
What type of poem is "Describe Somebod…
What is "Describe Somebody" about?
Comparing two things using like or as.
The voice of the poem.
Free Verse
Someone trying to write a poem.
Simile
Speaker
What type of poem is "Describe Somebod…
Free Verse
What is "Describe Somebody" about?
Someone trying to write a poem.
AP Literature Poetry Terms pt. 2
alliteration
anapest
assonance
blank verse
the repetition of initial consonant sounds
a metrical foot consisting of two unaccented syllables follow…
the repetition of a vowel sound
unrhymed iambic pentameter
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds
anapest
a metrical foot consisting of two unaccented syllables follow…
106 terms
Literature Poetry
verse
paraphrase
summary
subject
Any single line of poetry or any composition written in separ…
Restatement. Similar to summary but line by line in one's own…
Brief condensation of main idea.
Main topic.
verse
Any single line of poetry or any composition written in separ…
paraphrase
Restatement. Similar to summary but line by line in one's own…
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