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By Peggy Ness Introduction to Poetry Terms Alliteration Assonance Free verse Haiku Onomatopoeia Rhyme Rhythm Repetition.

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2 By Peggy Ness

3 Introduction to Poetry Terms Alliteration Assonance Free verse Haiku Onomatopoeia Rhyme Rhythm Repetition

4 The repetition of initial consonant sounds in words The wayward wind, is a restless wind

5 Assonance The repetition of vowel sounds without the repetition of consonants My words like silent rain drops fell

6 Does not have regular meter or rhyme The day closes in beauty Reflecting life as one

7 Haiku Form of Japanese poetry Three line poem First line has five syllables Second line has seven syllables Third line has five syllables Behind me the moon Brushes shadows of pine trees Lightly on the floor

8 Onomatopoeia Clang Buzz Slap Whiz Zip The use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning Bang

9 REPETITION REPETIION Words are repeated Sounds are repeated Lines are repeated Conveys a feeling of anticipation

10 Rhyme Words or the likeness of a sound are similar Flow Snow

11 The flow of words or sounds

12 Poetry in Motion

13 Info Self Quiz Poetry Specialist


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