Repetition of vowel sounds to create internal rhyming.
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The same sound repeated at the start of words that are close together.
The meanings implied by a particular word.
The repetition of similar consonants or groups of consonants, especially at the ends of words, e.g. between ‘strong’ and ‘ring’
language which causes or intends to provoke emotion
the continuation of meaning, without pause or break, from one line of poetry to the next
Deliberate and obvious exaggeration for effect
Figurative language to create a vivid picture in the mind of the reader.
to place two or more things together, especially in order to suggest a link between them or emphasize the contrast between them
A figure of speech that makes a comparison by describing something as if it is something else.
When a word sounds like the action it is referring to.
a phrase in which two words of contradictory meaning are used together for special effect, e.
g. ‘wise fool’ or ‘legal murder’
When animals or objects are said to have human characteristics.
in poetry, the pattern formed by stressed and unstressed syllables
Repetition of the same sounds – often at the end of lines.
A group of words that together create a theme in a text. E.g.
‘knife, blood, thrash’ would be a semantic field of violence.
describes consonants that are pronounced with a hissing sound
The central idea of the poem; what it is about.
The way somebody says something as an indicator of what that person is feeling or thinking.