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internal rhyme
rhyming words within one line of poetry
end rhyme
rhyming of words at the ends of lines of poetry
end rhyme
i think that i shall never see
a poem as lovely as a tree (aabb)
end rhyme
the road was a ribbon of moonlight over the purple moor
and the highway came a riding- riding- riding
up to the old inn door
repetition
recurring use of sound, a word, a phrase, a line
repetition
can be used to appeal to emotions,create mood, emphasize important ideas
alliteration
repetition of beginning consonant sounds (easy but hard to use well in poetry)
assonance
repetition of vowel sounds
assonance
how hard it is
to hover over words, like the smoke
from the loggers' fires over the valley
consonance
repetition of consonant sounds anywhere within words, not just at the beginning
onomatopoeia
the use of words that create the sounds they describe
onomatopeia
buzz humm, crash
narrative poem
tells astory, plot,characters and setting
lyric poem
one that expresses a poets thoughts and feelings about a single image or idea
free verse
poem that has the irregular rhythm of ordinary speech
stanza
A group of lines that forms a paragraph fporm
concrete poetry
shape of a poem suggetsts its content
haiku
has 3 lines and 17 syllables
meter
pattern of a poem