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A.W. Peotry

Peotry notes 8th Grade A. Williamson

a type of litherature that expresses ideas, feelings, or tells a story in a specific form(using lines and stazas) poetry
is the author of the poem poet
is the "narrator" of the poem speaker
a group of words together on one line of the poem line
a group of lines arranged together stanza
a two line stanza;usually rythmes couplet
a three line stanza triplet(tercet)
a four line stanza quatrain
the beat created by the sounds of the words in a poem;rhyme;meter;alliteration;refain rhythm
a pattern of stressed an unstressed syllables;the pattern helps to create rhythm meter
poetry that is written more like a conversation;does not rhyme and has no meter-pattern of stressed and unstessed syllables free verse
Created by: dspeyrer