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tells a story
ex: epics, ballads
narrative
expresses emotion
ex: odes, pastorals, sonnets
lyric
contains rhyme and is usually a regular meter
rhyme verse
no regular meter and no rhyme
free verse
two or more lines within one line have the same consonant sound
end rhyme
the pattern or sequence in which the rhyme occurs at the end of each line
rhyme scheme
repeating of same syllables in three words
alliteration
two or more words within a line have the same vowel sound
assonance
words that sound like the noise it makes
onomatopoeia
a comparison of unlike things that uses like or as
simile
a comparison of unlike things that doesn't use like or as
metaphor
giving non-human objects human characteristics
personification
saying more than is true
hyperbole
using contrasts
antithesis or paradox
speaking to something nonhuman, dead or not there
apostrophe