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alliteration repeating the same sound at the beginning of several words in a phrase or sentence. For example, “The bees buzzed in the back of the blue barn. “ Adjectives words that describe nouns adverbs describe the verb (quickly, slowly) author’s tone The attitude a writer takes towards a subject or a character in the text base word ( root word) The central part of a word that other word

Poetry Terms List #15

alliteration repetition of initial consonant sound apostrophe speaker directly addresses an absent person or an inanimate object assonance repetition of vowel sound (try to light the fire) ballad short, narrative songs (lyric poetry) often with refrains caesura a natural pause or break in the middle of a line of poetry inversion reversal of regular syntax for emphasis or surprise ode structured poem (3 parts) praising or glorifying an event or

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