The repeition of the firt letter in a series of words
The rhyming of words that appear at the ends of two or more lines of poetry
Poetry that does not have a regular rhyme scheme
The use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning, as in clang, buzz, and twang.
The repeating of a word, a phrase, or an idea for emphasis or for rhythmic effect
The similarity or likeness between the end sounds of two words.
A paragraph like group of lines in poetry
nonliteral language use to make a point clearer or enhance it.
the look of a poem that can add to it’s meaning
a deliberate exaggeration
a descriptive expression that means something different than the words it is made up of
writing that appeals to the 5 senses
poems are written in lines
a comparison not using “like” or “as”
giving animals or objects human qualities
a comparison using “like” or “as”
the voice expressed in the poem
the main message of the poem
the pattern of rhyme in a poem
an object, word, or idea that can represent something else