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The way a poem looks on a page.
Form
Rows of words in a poem.
Lines
A group of lines.
Stanzas
No pattern.
Free verse
The way you say a word.
Sound
Words that have similar sounds at the end.
Rhyme
Rhyme at the end of a line.
End rhyme
Rhyme within a line.
Internal rhyme
Pattern of sounds.
Rhythem
Repeated arangement or pattern.
Meter
Constant sound within a line.
Alleration
Reading a sound that youare hearing.
Onomatiopia
Repeat of a sound, word, or phrase.
Repetition
Words that appeal to the five senses.
Imagery
"Helps you paint the picture."
Figurative language
Comparison using like or as.
Simile
Comparison with no single form.
Metaphore
When you give an animal human traits.
Personification
The person talking in the poem.
Speaker
Pattern of rhyme starting with the letter a.
Rhyme scheme
Take all of your knolage and make an esstamate.
Inferencing
Poetry that tells a story.
Narrative Poem
A exzaggration to get your point across.
Hyperbale
Story that teaches a lesson.
Fable
Simple lesson of a fable.
Moral
Use complex characters in story and use humans as a lesson.
Modern fables
Paragraph Form
Prose
Poem Form
Verse