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narrative poem
a poem that tells a story
tale
lyric poem
expresses a feeling or thought in a surprising or new way. most poems are lyrics
songs
prose writing
formed with sentences and paragraphs
expository
poetry
formed with lines and stanzas
poem
Simile
comparison using like or as
with
metaphor
comparison without using like or as
without
personification
relatinghuman or living characteristics to non human or non living things
wind whistled
hyperbole
a poetic exaggeration
my dog is prety ugly
oxymoron
contradicting opposites
allusion
reference to something in history, culture, or literature
alliteration
repitition at the beginning of word
assonance
repitition of vowel sound in words; sometimes called near rhyme
consonance
repetition of constant sounds; like alliteration except sounds not limited to the beginning of the word
onomatopoeia
sound words
End rhyme
rhyme that occurs at the end of two or more lines
Internal Rhyme
rhyme that occurs with in one line
Single Rhyme
when two words share one common rhyme or sylable
Double rhyme
rhyme where two of the syllables rhyme
triple Rhyme
rhyming words that share three rhyming sylables
slant/near rhyme
when two word almost rhyme