Be written a line at a time
Use a conservation of words
From japan, shortest type of poem, difficult to understand. 3 lines that dont rhyme, woth syllable pattern.
Often written in praise of a person, anNddbhe, or event,
Often written in prais of a person, an object, or r an event, odes tend to be longer in form and generally, serious in nature.
Long narrative poem that usually unfolds a history or mythology of a nation or race. The epic details the adventures and deeds of a hero, and, in so doing, tells the story of a nation
Poem of lament and praise and consolation, usually formal and about the death of a particular person. Elegies can Alison mourn the passing of events or passions.
Poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular meter
Musical rhythm, often romantic feelings or other strong emotions. If you can si g it, it’s probably a lyric.Comes from Greek instrument LyRE
Lyric poem w 14 lines, conventional rhyme scheme, what Shakespeare was famous for.
Poem or song narrating a story in short stanzas. Usually passed Oraly, part of folk culture
Repetition of initial consonant sounds in words
Repitition of vowel sounds w/out repeating consonants
Repitition of consonant sounds w in words
How much wOOd cOUld a wOOd chuck
ShorT and sweeT
Repeating of word, phrase, or an idea for rhythmic effect
Pattern of end rhyme
Rhyming of words that appear at the ends of lines of poetry
Similarity or likeness of sound existing between two words
Rhyme that occurs within the same line of poetry
Division of poetry named for the number of lines it contained
Repitition of a line or phrase of a poem at regular intervals, especially at the end of each stanza
Patterned repitition of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry
Comparison using like or as
Comparison that doesn’t use like or as
The use of a word whose sound suggest its meaning
Exaggeration or overstatement for effect
The author speaks of or describes an animal, object, or idea as if it were a person
Pair of terms placed together to contradict eachother
Self contradictory statement that can be found to be true
Use of words to appeal to 5 senses
Underlying message, what author is trying to convey