Pride to poetry

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Last updated: December 14, 2019
Prose
Everday ordinary language any type of wroting thats not poetry

Poetry
Condensed language prose with wirds left out words used in a different wwy words that paint a picture and communicate w i dea

Poetic language

Speaker
The voice heard in a poem

Subject / topic
What a porm is about in one or two words

Theme
the comment aboit the subject thay the author is making

Style
An authors unique way if writing.

Yhe words used length of words types of sentences how words are arranged

Tone
An authors attitude about the subjext he/she is writing about

Diction
An autjors word choice

Connotation
The emotional associations of a word

Denotation
The dictionary definition of a wors

Details
They clarify illuminate explain describe expand and illustrate the main idea or theme

TYPES OF POETRY

Lyric poem
Expresses the thought feeling ides of the speaker

Narrative poem
A poem tjat tells a story

Ballad
A narrative poem often o folk origin and intended to be sung consisting of simple stanzas and usually having refrain

Limerick
Five line usually humoirous poem that originated in ireland the rhyme scheme is aabbaa

Epic
A long narrative poem told in a formal elevated style that fovises on a serious subject and chronichles heroic deeds and events important to a cjlture or nation

Sonnet
Normally a 14 line iambic pentameter porm usually the subject is love

Haiku
Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five seven and five syllables traditionally

Deamatic poem
Poem employs deamatic form or element (s) of dramatic techniques as a means of achieving poetic endings

Structure
Refers to the form of a poem

Stanza
A paragraph in poetry

Refrain
Reoccuring line or groups of lines

Free verse
Free form poetry

Traditional fixed verse
Poetry rhat has rhyme and rhythm

Couplet
2 consecutive lines that rhyme

Rhyme
A piece of verse or piem in which there is a regular recurrence of corrwsponding sounds

Rhyme scheme
The pattern of rhyming lines in a poem

Alliteration
The repitition of similar consonant sounds at the 1sr of words

Onomatopoeia
Sound words

Assonance
The repetition of identical vowel sounda in tje midlle of words

Concrete poem
A poem in the shape of the subject

Meter
Thebpattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a poem

Rhythm
The beat in a poem

Simile
a comparison of 2 things ising words like or as

Metaphor
A comprisin between two things that DOES NOT ise the words like or as

Implied metaphor
Comparing two things with oit out right stating the comparison

Extended metaphor
A comparison that lasts throughout an entire poem

Personification
Giving a non human thing human characteristics

Hyperbole
Extreme exaggeration

Imagery
Words and phrases that appeal to the 5 sences

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