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poem

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narrative poetry poem that tells a story epic poetry, ballads
lines poetry is written in lines. a line of poetry can be one word or many.
stanza poetry "paragraph" stanzas can be short of long. there may be i stanza or many.
rhyme when were have the same middle and end sound hot little term-glean,mad,sad,bad
rhythm "beat" of a poem just like in music
free verse poem that have had rhyme or rhythm
repetition repeating a sound word or phase over and over
alliteration repeating a sound,word,or pan over are over.
onomatopoeia sound word-witted and spelled like that sound.
imagery description that appeal to the senses of sight, smell,touch,,taste and having.
simile a comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as" a direct comparison.
metaphor a comparison of two unlike things by saying one is the other an implied comparison.
personification giving non living thing human characteristic.
theme message of a poem.
tone the speaker's ATTITUDE towares the topic.
Created by: juansolis