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repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of the word (sound device : peter picked a peck of pickles)
alliteration
repeated consonant sounds at the end of a word(had mad dad sad)
consonance
repeated vowel sounds(fly guy spy)
assonance
poem that was meant to be sung
ballad
unrhymed verse in iambic pantameter
blank verse
unrhymed and unpatterned verse
free verse
(paragraph) style of wrighting a book is written in
prose
style of writing a poem is written in
verse
assumed, suggested meaning of a word
connotation
the exact meaning of a word
denotation
using humor to make a point
satire
humorous imitation of a serious work
parody
peom about a hero and bravery
epic
poem of 14 lines
sonnet
word that decribes a peom(suddenly, woosh, a rock flew past)
onomatopoeia
gross exaggeration
hyperbole
comparison using like or as
simile
comparison not using like or as
metaphor
using words to put a picture in the mind of a reader
imagery
person speaking in the poem
speaker
using soft words in place of harsh words
euphemism
group of lines used in the same pattern
stanza
giving non-human things human traits
personification
speaker stands away and speaks thoughts
soliloquy
to refer back to an incedint in history
allusion
poem of deep emotional feeling
lyric poem
ideal way of life
romantic
simple, easy life
pastoral
short poem dedicated to a living person
epigram
short poem dedicated to a dead person
epitaph
repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of the word (sound device : peter picked a peck of pickles)
alliteration
repeated consonant sounds at the end of a word(had mad dad sad)
consonance
repeated vowel sounds(fly guy spy)
assonance
poem that was meant to be sung
ballad
unrhymed verse in iambic pantameter
blank verse
unrhymed and unpatterned verse
free verse
(paragraph) style of wrighting a book is written in
prose
style of writing a poem is written in
verse
assumed, suggested meaning of a word
connotation
the exact meaning of a word
denotation
using humor to make a point
satire
humorous imitation of a serious work
parody
peom about a hero and bravery
epic
poem of 14 lines
sonnet
word that decribes a peom(suddenly, woosh, a rock flew past)
onomatopoeia