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writing final

hoi boi

TermDefinition
topic subject of a poem
theme life lesson of the poem
alliteration repetition of beginning sound words
onomatopoeia sound word
imagery descriptive words that create a picture in your mind
simile comparing two unlike things using like or as
metaphor comparing two unlike things saying one thing is the other
extended metaphor compares two unlike things saying one thing is the other through several lines or the entire poem
personification giving human like qualities to an animal, object, or idea
tone the writers attitude
mood the feeling being created in a reader
setting time and place of a story
imagery descriptive language that uses the five senses
hyperbole an over-exaggeration
rhyme when the vowels or constants in different words sound alike
alliteration the repetition of sounds
stanza paragraph
rhyme scheme abab
narrative tells a story
Created by: 9oscar9