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By Robert Frost
Alliteration: Repeating a consonant sound, usually at the beginning of the word
Assonance: Repeating similar vowel sounds
Consonance: Repeating vowel sounds at the ends of words
Theme: Main idea; message; lesson
Extended Metaphor: Comparison that does not use “like” or “as” in a stanza, paragraph, or entire collection
Rhyme Scheme: The pattern of end rhymes in a stanza or poem Example: Roses are red,A Violets are blue,B Sugar is sweet,C And so are you.B The lines labeled “B” rhyme together
Lyrical Poetry: Short musical poem that expresses thoughts and feelings
Repetition: Words or phrases that are said again to make an idea clearer
Rhyme: Words or lines that have an end sound that corresponds to another line
Speaker: The voice in a literary work that communicates with the reader
Tone: Author’s attitude towards the subject
Rhythm: The pattern of beats created by stressed and unstressed syllables
Elements of Poetry.
Poetry Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash. ~Leonard Cohen.
Heart, Mind, and Soul: The Voice of Poetry © 2007, TESCCC.
Characteristics, Analysis, Key Terms
Poetry Terms and Definitions.
Literary Terms Jeopardy
Poetry Basic Literary Terms What is poetry? Poetry is, first of all, a communication - a thought or message conveyed by the writer to the reader. It.
Poetry Unit Vocabulary
POETRY TERMS PLEASE TAKE NOTES AS YOU FOLLOW ALONG.
TYPES OF POETRY. NARRATIVE POEMS A Narrative Poem combines elements of fiction and poetry to tell a story Like short stories, they usually include characters,
Roses are red…violets are blue…
Objective: Evaluate form and devices and annotate poetry to better understand a poem’s theme and poet’s vision or purpose.
POETRY Poetry is all about 5 things… Expression Observation Ideas Emotions Words and Opinions.
English 9 Academic 2012 Ms. Brooks
Poetry A metrical writing chosen and arranged to create or evoke a specific emotional response through meaning, sound and rhythm.
Notes. 1. There are two types of poems: Narrative and lyric poems. Narrative poem- tells a story using plot, characters and setting and theme. Lyric.
WHAT MAKES A POEM.
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