The ordinary form of spoken or written language. Most everyday writing is in this form.
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Stanzas, Lines, Rhyme, etc.
These poems do not follow the rules of form. (Free Verse) (Can have rhyme and rhyme scheme) (Dr.
repetition, rhyme. stanzas, shape, syllables, patterns, etc.
An upbeat, happy, traditional, joke, poem. Has an AABBA rhyme scheme.
Poetry that tells a story, often making use of the voices of a narrator and characters as well. Told in 3rd person.
A poem of fourteen lines, usually in blank verse, that has one of two regular rhyme schemes. Uses detailed language. (Thy, thou)
Expresses a single feeling or impression and contains three lines of five, seven, and five syllables. (Does not rhyme!)
A type of emotional song like poetry, distinguished from dramatic and narrative poetry.
Where the first letters of each line spell out the word or phrase.
Poems with two lines that rhyme and have the same flow.
A poem that makes the shape of a _____ The poem can be used in two ways, either comparing and contrasting two different subjects.
Poetry in which the meaning or effect is conveyed partly or wholly by visual means, using patterns of words or letters to form a picture of the subject.
set the mood.
.. create emotionhint at something unknown signal an event create/disrupt rhythm
The use of a word, phrase, or line more than once.
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words.
The repetition of sounds at the end of words.
A pattern of end rhymes in a poem.
The pattern of stressed (` ) and unstressed syllables in each line.
The use of words whose sounds echo their meanings
Impacts mood, when determining setting, look for clues about time period and place
Is ALWAYS a character/person who is talking in a poem. The speaker is NOT the poet.
The speaker will not always be directed.
Title, Paraphrase, Connotation, Shifts, Title, and Theme.