Language that appeals to the senses.
(EX: Smell, Sight, Hear, Touch, Taste)
Pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry
Attitude or feeling portrayed in the poem
Division or section of a poem named for the quantity of lines it contains
The voice behind the poem – the person we imagine to be speaking. This is usually NOT the author!
The patterned recurrence, within a certain range of regularity, of specific language features
A pattern of rhyme in a poem
Repetition of consonant sounds or letters in two or more words
Word that mimics the sound it represents
Repeating a word, phrase, or sound to add emphasis or rhythm.
A comparison between two different things using comparing words such as like or as
A comparison between two different things without using comparing words such as like or as.
Giving an inanimate object “person” characteristics
Place, thing, or idea that stands for something else
A four-line stanza. AAAA / ABAB / ABBA / etc.