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Poetry ______ can be short or long, may or may not rhyme. ______ has alot of freedom
Imagery ______ is a mental picture, given to us through words ( sight, touch, smell, sound and taste
Denotation _______ is a words dictionary meaning
Connotation _______ are what the words mean beyond their dictionary meaning.
Simile _____ is to make a comparision using the words like, as or than
Metaphor ______ is to make a comparision without using the words like,as or than
Personification _______ is when human traits are given to non human things
Tone _______ is the writer orspeakers attitude towards a subject
Rhythm ______ is the motion in the sound of poetry
Meter ______ is the kind of rhythm you can tap your feet to
Speaker _______ is the imaginaryvoice behindthe poem
Stanza _______is a group of lines in a poem that are separatedby a space
Onomanopoeia the use of words that imitate a sound
Alliteration the repetition of initail sounds
Repetition When lines phrases or sounds are used more than once in a poem
Refrain A repeated verse in a poem htat comes in regular intervals
Concrete poem words that take the shape of the poem's subject
Haiku A threee-lined poem where like 1 has 5 syllables, line 2 has 7 syllables, and like 3 has five
Limerick A short usually humerous poem with 5 lines that ahs a distinct pattern and rhythm
Lyric poetry focuses of speakers thoughts and feelings, using muscial language
narrative Poetry poems that tell a story*
Created by: xO_M0LLii
 

 



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