– repeated sound at the beginning of words Ex. Many mumbling mice
– repeated VOWEL sounds within words Ex. When I have fears that I may cease to be
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repeated consonant sounds within or at the end of words Ex. Thou watchest like the last oozings hours by hours
a physical object or concrete concept standing in for an idea Ex. “heart” for “love”
– words that paint a picture of a conceptEx. Gardens bright with sinuous rills
a word or phrase the evokes the sound of what is being described Ex.
– bang boom crash
imagery used to describe something that might be very different Ex. – a mighty fountain momently was forced
like vowel and consonant sounds at the ends of words Ex. The cat sat on the mat
Rhyme Scheme –
the ordered pattern of rhymes at the ends of the lines of a poem or verse. Ex.
ABAB CDCD EFEF GG
NOT, in this case, a diacritical mark indicating possession or omitted letters But rather A poetic device: addressing a person who is not there or an object which cannot respond, as though they could Ex. O Captain, My Captain
a unit of a line of poetry consisting of stressed and unstressed syllables Ex. In Xa/na du/did Ku/bla Khan (there are 4 feet here)
the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry Ex. In Xanadu did Kubla Khan (because there are 4 feet, this is tetrameter)
a traditional Japanese haiku is a three-line poem with seventeen syllables,written in a 5/7/5 syllable count.
Often focusing on images from nature, haiku emphasizes simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression Ex. An old pond! A frog jumps in— A frog jumps in—the sound of water.
use of a dissimilar idea to describe something using AS or LIKE Tears fall like rain Rhythm – the “beat” of the poem Half a league, half a league, half a league onward
a reference to a well-known literary work or cultural icon Ex. Proteus and Triton rising from the sea
-Interest in the common man and childhood -Strong senses emotions and feelings-Awe of nature -Celebration of the individual -Importance of imagination
“Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion reflected in tranquility”
-Valued imagination -stressed the importance of the individual -Placed poetry at the very center of human existence
poetry written in the emotional style of a song
‘Composed Upon Westminster Bridge”
“I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud”
“Lines Composed A Few Miles AboveTinternAbbey”
“My Heart Leaps Up”
“Ode: Intimations On Immortality”
“She Was A Phantom of Delight”
“The World Is Too Much With Us”
Poet, critic, philosopher, and opium addict – wrote not only about the beauty of nature, butalso its wildness
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
KublaKhan-“a vision in a dream”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
-grandson of Genghis Khan-ruler of the Mongols of Asia around1260-at the height of his power, ruled anempire that stretched from present-day Korea to Poland-Xanadu, a “pleasure-dome” orharem garden
George Gordon, Lord Byron
“mad, bad, and dangerous to know”
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Known for his lyrical, long-form verse