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Poetry Terms

If the silence takes YOU then i hope it takes me TOO. The capitalized words are an example of.. End Rhyme
Lemon and demon are spelled similarly but pronounced differently. This is an example of... Eye (Sight) Rhyme
This sonnet form uses the rhyme pattern abab cdcd efef gg and was used by Shakespeare Elizabethan (Shakespearean) Sonnet
This form of poetry uses color and shape to form a physical pattern to express the meaning of the poem. Visual Poetry
When you pause at the end of a line of poetry, usually due to a punctuation mark, it is called this. End Stopped Line
"There's a Polar Bear In our Frigidaire" the speaker of this poem is the author's _ Persona
A form of narrative poetry that has a lyrical quality and is usually set to music. Ballad
A form of poetry with a set rhyme scheme or meter is called _________, and a form of poetry with no set scheme is called ___________ Closed form; Free verse
This is a lyric form of poetry that is characterized by its religious meaning and is often used in worship. Hymn
This is the last two lines of a poem; they rhyme. An example: "Pity the world, or else this glutton be, To eat the world's due, by the grave and thee.” Couplet
a poem made up of 4 lines, or a poem broken up into 4 lines each stanza quatrain
In this form of poetry the last word in each line of the first stanza is repeated based off of a pattern in the following five stanzas and ending with a three lined stanza that contains all six of the repeating words. sestina
This type of poem usually contains irregular metrical form and is expressive of enthusiastic emotion or praise. Ode Kelsey Robertson
Poem involving anapestic meter, using an AABBA end rhyme scheme. Generally humorous or obscene in nature. Limerick
How would you best describe a stanza? an arrangement of a certain number of lines, usually four or more, sometimes having a fixed length, meter, or rhyme scheme, forming a division of a poem
any three lines of poetry, either forming a stanza or a complete poem Tercet
Rhyme pattern ABA BCB CDC... Terza Rima
A monologue in which an implied and silent audience listen to a character reveal his feelings. Dramatic Monologue
A style consisting of an eight-line octave and a six-line sestet Italian (or Petrarchan) Sonnet
The running over of a sentence from one verse or couplet into another so that closely related words fall in different lines Enjambment
Pantoum is a poem that is made up of quatrains, usually with an ABAB rhyme scheme, that have interweaving lines that are repeated(2nd and 4th become 1st and 3rd, of the following quatrain). Pantoum (Jessica Fullen)
A type of rhyme in which two words within the same line rhyme Internal Rhyme
A rhyme that contains multiple rhyming syllables, the final of which is an unstressed syllable... Feminine Rhyme (Katie Reinhart)
A rhyme that contains only one syllable, which is stressed... Masculine Rhyme (Katie Reinhart)
a phrase or verse recurring at intervals in a song or poem, especially at the end of each stanza; chorus. Refrain
Ill and shell share the same ending consonant. This rhyme is called what? Slant Rhyme or Half Rhyme
Follows the format AABBA, AABR, AABBAR (with R meaning the Refrain) Rondeau
Follows the scheme of A1 b A2 / a b A1 / a b A2 / a b A1 / a b A2 / a b A1 A2 Villanelle
A poem that discusses loss, grief, death, or mortality is... An Elegy
A poem using a specific syllable scheme of 5-7-5 Haiku
The usual rhetorical break in the flow of sound of the middle of a verse. It also usually has punctuation indicators. What is it called? Caesura
Example: "Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, Was blind, but now I see" (Newton). A hymn, which is a religious song or poem, typically of praise to God or a god. HAYLEY WIGMAN
Any witty, ingenious, or pointed saying briefly expressed in literature. Ex: "I came, I saw, I conquered." Epigram (Michael Thompson)
A mournful, gloomy, or plaintive poem Ex: I find it kind of funny, I find it kind of sad. That the dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had. Which term is the poem above an example of? Elegy -a mournful, melancholic, or plaintive poem especially for a funeral song or lament for the dead. Elizabeth Akinlemibola
A rhyme in which the sounds are only similar, not identical. Substitution of assonance or consonance for true rhyme. Slant Rhyme (Ty Adams)
A rhyme in which two words look the same but are not pronounced the same as in stone and none Eye (sight) rhyme (Mary Bond)
A poem form written in Iambic Pentameter with three quatrains and a final couplet. Hint: The rhyme scheme is ABAB CDCD EFEF GG. Elizabethan (Shakespearean) Sonnets - Olivia Guntle
Are these masculine or feminine rhymes: "Stork" and "pork"; "wait" and "mate"? Masculine: each rhyme has one syllable and that one syllable is stressed
Are these masculine or feminine rhymes: "passion" and "fashion"; "heather" and "weather"? Feminine: multiple syllables are rhymed and the final syllable is unstressed.
A poem written in quatrains of alternating Iambic tetrameter and Iambic Trimeter. An example is Robin Hood and the Monk Ballad - Jasper Griffith
*BRITTANY NGUYEN* - There is "no." Life I "know." To compare with. Pure imagination. Living there. You'll be "free." If you truly wish to "be." The words in quotations represent what kind of rhyme? These words show end rhyme, which is rhyme of terminal syllables of verses. "No and know" and "free and be" are the last words of their lines and rhyme with each other.
In The Iliad, there is the hero, "Achilles" who through his triumphs helps his people overcome the trojans. There is various parts throughout the story where gods become involved. An Epic is a lengthy narrative in which the action, characters, and language are on a heroic level and the style is exalted and even majestic.
"I think I shall never see/ a poem lovely as a tree."(Joyce Kilmer); Where is the enjambment? At the end of the first line, since and it flows from one line to the next without a stop. - Valerie Horein
Pilgrim's Progress, American Pie, and Animal Farm are all _____________ of biblical, cultural, and historical events allegories (a narrative that serves as an extended metaphor)
Hamlet's "To be or no to be" speech is an example of a ____________. Dramatic Monologue (A literary device that is used when a character reveals his innermost thoughts and feelings, those that are usually hidden throughout the story line, in the form of a poem or speech.) (Lindsey Romer)
A poem consisting of tercets (usually five) and a quatrain, where the first and third line of the first stanza is repeated throughout the poem. Sarah Callis Villanelle
A long, lyrical poem glorifying a person, place, or thing. Ode
What is the following stanza? I am a frog I live under a spell I live at the bottom Of a green well QUATRAIN (it has four lines with an alternating rhyme scheme) - Mandie Holbrook
Today, this year/ (Langston Hughes) caesura ( Halimat Ipesa-Balogun)
A natural pause, usually caused by punctuation, at the end of a line end stopped line
___________ Poetry is any kind of poetry that has a set pattern of rhyme scheme or meter. _______ poetry is any type of poetry that has no rhyme scheme or meter. Closed Form; Free Verse -- Libby Cox
"There was three kings into the east, 
Three kings both great and high, 
And they hae sworn a solemn oath 
John Barleycorn should die."
Excerpt from John Barleycorn by Robert Burns Narrative Poetry - tells a story -Emily Young
The moon is a week old - A dandelion to blow Scattering star seed.        -Ruby Lytle, Haiku Lyric Poetry - rhyming schemes express feeling, doesn't have to be put to music or a beat, doesn't have to rhyme. -Emily Young
a verse form where the three lines of a stanza (a tercet) have a rhyme scheme where the first and third line rhyme and the second line rhymes with the first and third of the next tercet.(ABA BCB CDC) terza rima-Karissa Thomas
A haiku, containing three lines, is a special type of this poetry form Tercet- Guna Sathyamurthy
____________ has rhyming words that occur in the same line of a poem. Internal Rhyme Maggie Hamer
Epic Poems are long, serious poems that tells the story of a heroic figure. Some of the most famous epic poems are the Iliad and the Odyssey by Homer Epic - Tony Presley
A poem of six six-line stanzas and a three-line envoy, in which each stanza repeats the end words of the lines of the first stanza, but in different order, the envoy using the six words again, three in the middle of the lines and three at the end. Sestina (Maegan Starkey)
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