A poem’s structure is known as its ____.
All poems are made up of a series of _____.
Many poems have lines that are grouped together in ________.
What is the category of poetry that follows fixed rules?
What is the category of poetry that does not follow fixed rules?
What are the characteristics of traditional poetry?
follows fixed rules, structured, and has regular rhythm and rhyme patterns
What are examples of traditional poetry?
epic, ode, ballod, sonnet, haiku, and limerick
What are characteristics of organic poetry?
doesn’t follow specific rules, doesn’t have regular rhythm and often has no rhyme, may use unconventional spelling, grammar, and punctuation
What are examples of organic poetry?
free verse and concrete poetry
the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in each line of poetry
the rhyme at the end of the line
the rhyme within the lines
a regular pattern of rhythm
a process of charting meter
a sound, word, phrase, or line that is repeated for emphasis and unity
repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
repetition of vowel sounds in words that don’t end with the same consonant
repetition of consonant sounds within and at the ends of words
the units of meter in a line of poetry
What is example of a foot?
one stressed syllable and one unstressed syllable
five feet in a line of poetry