Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme or rhythm.
A poem that tells a story and is meant to be sung or recited.
A repetition of consonat sounds at the beginning of words.
A short, humorous poem composed of five lines.
A traditional form of japanese poetry with three lines and the 5-7-5
A manner of writing; it involves how somthing is said rather than what is said.
When the writer provides hints that suggest future events in a story.
An interruption of the action to present events that took place at an earlier time.
Contrast between what is expected and what actually exists or happens.
Consists of words and phrases that appeal to the readers’ five senses.
A word formed from initials.
To make shorter.
The use of similar grammatical constructions to express ideas that are related or equal in importance.
Words that have the same meaning.
Words that have the opposite meaning.