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A.W. Poetry

Poetry notes 8th Grade A.Williamson

QuestionAnswer
a short poem;expresses an emotion or describe a scene ;does not tell a story lyric poem
a poem that tels a story;longer than lyric poems because the poets has to create characters and a plot (story line) narrative poem
a japanese poem written in 3 lines;describe something in nature;1=5 haiku poem
a 14-line poem with a specific rhyme scheme;written in 3 quatrains and ends with a couplet shakespearean sonnet
a poem that tells a story;usually in 4 stanazas with a refrain;the subject is generally folklore or popular legend ballad
a lyric poem on a serious subject usually addressed to one person or thing ode
a poem in which the words are written to create a picture that relates to what the poem is about concrete
a poem of mourning,usually about someone who has died0 elegy
a long narrative poem that is written in heightened language and tells stories of the deed of a heoric character who embodies (has) the valuse of a society epic
Created by: dspeyrer