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It is where mere description becomes difficult and where measurement calculation, or imitation of the experience results in an inferior result.
A spoken or written accounts of connected events; A story.
Poems that focus on emotions and feelings with certain musicality.
Poetry written for theatre
Spoken rhythmic lyrics
Speaking one’s thought aloud.
Asian philosophical and spiritual element.
Explicit images and stated clearly
Implicit ideas; ideas are implied but not plainly expressed
Word or phrase choice in speech or writing.
Literal meaning (Dictionary meaning)
Meaning is according to the contexts e.g. Emotional, social, cultural, etc.
Intangible; concepts we know through intellect
Tangible; qualities and characteristics we know through senses
Words that sound like that which they describe e.g. Meow! Arf! Kokak! Hssss!
Repetition of entire lines to emphasize key statements
Repetition of the order of verbs and nouns; repeats sentence structure.
Defined as the way the writer writes; technique which an individual author uses in his writing.
Arrangement of words and word choice.
Language designed in situations in which natural language is not suitable.
Lingua franca and in their public discourse
Ordinary and familiar conversation
Texts created for the use of the common people
Non-standard words and phrases in a given language
Regional variety of language.
Nonce words-made up
How is it being presented or relayed/communicated?
Relayed through conversation
Communicated through telling a story.
Presented through classifying.
Medium is the message
Medium can affect how the message is perceived.
are a series of lines grouped together and separated by an empty line from otherstanzas.
Verse that is repeated throughout a song.
are writing arranged with a metrical rhythm. Lines unit of language intowhich a poem is divided.
Strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound.
The use/study of patterns of rhythm.
Rhythmical pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in verse.
Basic unit of measurement. Usually contains one stressed and one unstressed syllable.
Metrical foot consisting of an unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable.
Consists of ten syllables in iambic pentameter
Weak then strong syllable.
Strong then weak syllable
Two weak then a strong syllable
Two strong syllables
A strong then two weak syllable
Words thus corresponding in sound.
Repetition of initial sound on the same line or stanza e.g. Big bad bob bounced bravely.
Repetition of vowel sounds (anywhere in the middle or end of a line or stanza) e.
g. Tilting at windmills
Repetition of consonant sounds (anywhere the middle or end of a line or stanza) e.g. And all the air a solemn stillness holds.
Attitude of the poem.
Visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory senses stimulated.
Sense impression; stimulation of senses.
Identity of the author.