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when two words have some sound in common but do not rhyme exactly
approximate rhyme
repetition of similar vowel sounds that are followed by different consonant sounds close together
assonance
brings together many different img. and brings them together
catalog poem
all the meanings, associations, or emotions that have come attached to some words, in addition to their literal dictionary def.

Direct definition
connotation

denotation
language that appeals to the senses
image
reversal of the normal word order of a sentance
inversion
use of a word whose sound imitates or suggests its meaning
onomatopoeia
maks or voice assumed by a writer
persona
repeated word, phrase, line, or group of lines
refrain
type of writing that ridicules something - a person, a group of ppl, humanity, an attitude, or
satire
attitude a writing takes toward a subject, a character, or a audience
tone
rhymes that occur in the middle of the line.
internal rhyme
rhymes that occur at the end of lines
end rhyme
ply on the mulitiple meanings o f a word or on two words that sound alike but have diff meanings
pun
musical quality in language produced by repitition
rhythm