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Poetry Words

Adjectives i think

Assonance repetition of vowels to create internal rhyming
Allusion indirect passing reference
Blank verse verse without rhyme
Concrete Images calls up a sensory representation of the literal object
Consonance agreement between opinions/actionw
Denotation literal/primary meaning of a word in contrast to the feelings the word suggests
Enjambment continuation of the sentence w/out a pause beyond the line/stanza
Iambic Pentameter Specific kind of poetry, has to do with the number of syllables and emphasis put on those syllables per line. Most of Shakespeare's works are in iambic pentameter.
Meter rhythm established by a poem
Onomatopoeia sound words i.e. sizzle or crackle
Quatrain a stanza of four lines, especially one that rhymes :)
Sonnet poem of 14 lines using any rhyme scheme
Caesura break between words within a metrical foot
Created by: queenlamezombie