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Lesson 9


Structure arrangment of the lines in a poem
Stanzas acts like paragraphs
Fixed Form strucure where the poet arranges the stanzas in a predictable pattern
Ryhme words or phrases that sound a like
Sonnet a type of fixed form
Free Form type of poetry that lacks structure
Narrative Poem uses the structure to tell a story
Lyric Poetry descriptive poems, expresses the poet's thoughts and feelings
Connotative Meaning emotional meaning of the word
Internal Rhyme words within the same line that rhyme
End Rhyme words at the end of a different line that rhyme
Rhyme Scheme pattern at the end of rhymes in a poem