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a small poem that displays the thoughts and feelings of the poet. Lyric Poetry
a traditional poem that tells a historic story or a popular belief; often deals with heroes, the supernatural, or ancestors Myth
a patterned flow of sound Rhythm
descriptive term used to characterize a person or a thing Epithet
Word or group of words which appeal to one or more of the senses: sight, taste, touch, hearing, and smell. Imagery
Uses words to suggest the comparison such as love “bursts into bloom.” It does not directly state the comparison. Implied Metaphor
a story poem that often celebrates a hero or legend (Odysseus or Hercules) Epic
words that are pronounced to imitate their sounds (buzz, fizz, click, zoom, chirp). Onomatopoeia
Stands for itself and for something beyond itself as well. (The bald eagle symbolizes the United States.) Symbolism
The repetition of the same consonant sounds in a line of poetry. (seven silver swans swam”) Alliteration
The similarity of ending sounds existing in lines of poetry. Internal: rhyme within the line of poetry. End: rhyme at the end of a line of poetry. Rhyme
the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds, especially in stressed syllables Assonance
providing human characteristics to a lifeless object. (“This poetry gets bored of being alone, it wants to go outdoors to chew on the winds.” “Living Poetry” by Hugo Margenat Personification
Metaphor that is developed over several lines of writing or throughout the poem. Extended Metaphor
figure of speech that expresses the comparison of two objects using like or as (as snug as a bug in a rug) Simile
Connotation: attitudes and feelings associated with a word. (thrifty vs. stingy) Denotation: the dictionary definition of a word (literal meaning) Connotation/Denotation
figure of speech that expresses the comparison of two objects without using like or as Metaphor
A line of poetry that contains five iambs. “But soft! What light through yonder window breaks. Iambic Pentameter
a combination of terms that appears to contradict one another. “jumbo shrimp; stupid genius; small crowd ) Oxymoron
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