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Alliteration
A repetition of initial consonant sounds in nearby words
Ballad
A narrative poem that was originally meant to be sung
Couplet
Rhymed pair of lines
Epic
A long narrative poem on a serious subject, presented in an elevated or formal style
Form
The physical arrangement of words on a page
Free Verse
poetry that does not contain regular patterns of rhyme or meter
Imagery
Words that help readers see, hear, feel, smell, and taste the experiences they present
Lyric Poem
A short poem that presents a single speaker who expresses his or her innermost thoughts
Metaphor
A direct comparision with no signal word.
Narrative Poetry
Tells a Story about one person's experience of an event in there life.
Onomatopoeia
words that sound like what they refer to
Personification
Figuative language in which animals, inanimate objects, or ideas are given human qualities
Repetition
Words or phrases is a rhetorical device used to emphasize concepts or ideas
Rhyme Scheme
Pattern formed by the rhymes at the end of the lines.
Rhythm
The pattern or beat of stressed and unstressed syllables.
Simile
A word such as like or as signals the comparison