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Poetry

TermDefinition
Stanza A section of a Poem
Rhyme Scheme Tells how many lines the stanzas have and which lines of the stanza rhyme
Phonics How words sound
Simile Compares two things
Tangible Something that is physical
Intangible Something that is not physical
Anthropomorphism When something that is not human acts like a person
Metaphor Compares two things by saying one this is another
Diamante A poem shaped like a diamond Noun Three verbs -ing/-ed Four nouns transitioning subjects Three verbs -ing/-ed Two adjectives Noun
Sensory Poem Poem of similes and metaphors, stating emotions using your senses
Couplet Two lines with rhyming words
Triplets Have three lines with a rhyming pattern of AAA or ABA
Quatrains Four lines with a rhyming pattern of AABB or ABAB
Limerick The first two lines and the last two lines rhyme together and are longer. The middle two lines rhyme with each other and are shorter.
Haiku Traditional Japanese poems that reflect observations of nature
Allegory
Created by: EricaJ13