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Voc. April 23-May 4

Vocab. Words April 23-May 4

Limerick a funny poem with exactly 5 lines
Narrative Poem a poem that tells a story and has a plot
Free Verse a poem that does not follow any rules- it has no rhythm or rhyme
Haiku a three line poem- first and last lines have 5 syllables, second line has 7 syllables
Concrete Poem a poem that takes the shape of its subject ( example: a poem about summer written in the shape of a sunshine
Lyrical Poetry a poem that is very emotional or moody- It is usually set to music.
Acrostic Poem a poem where the first letters in each in each line spell out the topic
Diamante Poem a poem with 7 lines that is shaped like a diamond
Couplet two consecutive lines in the poem that rhyme
Figurative Language expressions with meanings different from the literal- often used in property
Created by: KPaige07