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poetry

TermDefinition
Poetry - expressing ideas, feelings, or tells a story
Line - like a sentence in a poem
Stanza - like a paragraph in a poem
Rhythm - beat
Rhyme - words that sound alike
Rhyme scheme - pattern of rhyme in a poem
Refrain - when something gets repeated in a poem
Tone - how the author shows feeling in a poem
Alliteration - when a bunch or words start with the same sound
Simile - compare two things using “like” or “as”
Metaphor - compare two things using “is”
Imagery - when the author makes you see a picture in your head
Onomatopoeia - words that show sound
Personification - talk about a thing like it’s a human
Symbolism - when a thing stands for something else
Narrative - poem that tells a story
Concrete poem - poem that has a shape
Acrostic poem - first letter of each line is the topic
Free verse poem - no rules
Created by: davine