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boling poetry

TermDefinition
poetry a type of literature that expresses ideas and feelings, or tells a story, often in a specific form
form the appearance of words on a page
line a group of words together on one line of the poem
stanza a group of lines arranged together
rhythm a beat created by the sounds of the records in the poem
meter the pattern of stressed (strong) and unstressed (weak) syllables
rhymes words that sound alike because they share the same ending vowel and consonant sound. a word always rhymes with itself Ex. lamp, stamp
rhyme scheme a pattern of rhyming words or sounds (usually) and rhyme, but not always
end rhyme when the endings of the line rhymes
internal rhyme a word inside a line rhymes with another word on the same line
speaker the "narrator" of the story/poem
refrain a sound word phrase or line repeated in a poem it is like a chorus
tone feeling or emotion
imagery language the provides a sensory experience using the five senses
alliteration the repetion of consonant sounds in several words that are close together Ex. sally sells seashells by the sea shore
simile a comparison using like or as Ex. the sun was shining as bright as a penny
metaphor a comparison that doesn't use like or as Ex. the sun was a huge blinking eye
extended metaphor a metaphor that continues through
hyperbole
onomopoeia
personification
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