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a work of art expressing many emotions with tons of adjectives
poetry
a beat; drives a poem forward
rhythm
a regular pattern created by stressed or unstreessed syllables
meter
no rhythm or meter
free verse
pattern of rhyming lines (ABA)
free verse
when words make the same sound as they're written. CRASH! POP! BOOM!
onomatopoeia
repetition of simlar consonant sounds
alliteration
feelings and emotions we attach with the word
conotation
literal dictionary definition of a word
denotation
language/tool using our 5 senses to create an image.
imagery
restate in your own words
paraphrase
a complarison using like or as
simile
a direct comparison; stating that one things is another ( NO like or as)
metaphor
variation of standard english based on region or where you live
dialectq
form of poetry, 3 lines, 5,7,5
haiku
poetry written in the shape of its subject
concrete poem
poem in whcih the 1st letter of each line spell a word down the left spine
acrostic poem
implies something without diretly stating it
symbol
refer to something in the past (inside jokes)
allusion
giving human characteristics to anything not human
personification
a metaphor or direct comparison that is carried out over several lines
extended metaphor
cat vs. bat
perfect rhyme
ladder vs. platter
near rhyme
grouping of lines in a poem
stanzas