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Rhyme Scheme and Meter Poetry Terms
rhyme scheme repetition of accented vowels sounds and all sounds following them in words that are close together in a poem
rhyme scheme Let’s practice with this Robert Frost poem: http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/fire -and-ice/
The Line Let’s practice with this Robert Frost poem: http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/fire -and-ice/
scansion It is the analysis of the rhyme and meter of a poem. It should tie in to the poem’s overall meaning.
Foot It is the basic building block of poetry.
Foot It is a pattern of syllables. Usually, one stressed syllable and one or more unstressed syllables (exceptions exist).
Foot The pattern of feet create the meter of a poem.
Meter It is the pattern of beats or accents. Unstressed= U Stressed = /
iamb (iambic) An unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable
iamb (iambic) forget deceive The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls.
trochee (trochaic) A stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable
trochee (trochaic) listen lonely Double, double, toil and trouble
anapest (anapestic) Two unstressed syllables followed by a stressed syllable
anapest (anapestic) obvious regular For the moon never beams without bring -ing me dreams Of the beautiful Annabel Lee.
dactyl (dactylic) One stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables
dactyl (dactylic) excellent temperate …you murdering ministers...
spondee (spondaic) Two stressed syllables
spondee (spondaic) downtown shoeshine ROCKS, CAVES | LAKES, FENS | BOGS, DENS| and SHADES | of DEATH
pyrrhic Two unstressed syllables
pyrrhic and the of the Be near me when my light is low, When the blood creeps and the nerves prick And tingle; and the heart is sick, And all the wheels of Being slow.
The Line The poetic line is measured by the number of feet it contains.
The Line 1 footMonometer 2 feetDimeter 3 feetTrimeter 4 feetTetrameter 5 feetPentameter
The Line 6 feetHexameter 7 feetHeptameter 8 feetOctameter 9 feetNonometer 10 feetDecameter
The Stanza 1 line………...a line 2 lines……….a couplet 3 lines……….tercet 4 lines……….quatrain 5 lines……….cinquain 6 lines……….sestet 7 lines……….septet 8 lines……….octave
Write out the poetic markings for Dactylic trimeter Anapestic dimeter Spondaic monometer Trochaic tetrameter
Identify the meter of each line And today the Great Yertle, that Marvelous he Is King of the Mud. That is all he can see
Analyzing Rhythm & Meter in Poetry Jennifer A. Bennett Sanderson High School Raleigh, North Carolina Wake County Public School System.
Prose Words Phrases Sentences Paragraphs Chapters Prose Words Phrases Sentences Paragraphs Chapters Poetry Syllables Feet Lines.
The Rhythm of Poetry: Poetic Form. Poetic Structure Form: the structure of a poem, or how it is set up and organized, which includes: Rhyme scheme: the.
Rhythm refers to the pattern of sounds in speech or writing, created by the arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables. A poem may have rhymed or.
Poetryhttp:// om/watch?v=FoCgROXHE 8ohttp:// om/watch?v=FoCgROXHE 8o English IV.
The foot. Meters are premeasured patterns of stressed and unstressed syllables. A foot is the individual building block of a meter. They are made up of.
The measured pattern of rhythmic accents in poems.
Understanding rhyme and meter! 1 st you must know what the symbols mean!! U = unstressed / = stressed.
Meter (Rhythm) and Rhyme. Verse is generally distinguished from prose as a more compressed and more regular rhythmic form of statement. Meter is the means.
Poetic Terms: A Basic Tour through Poetic Form. Alliteration The repetition of initial consonant sounds: The repetition of initial consonant sounds: Example:
Rhythm & Meter in English Poetry
Meter Prose – words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, chapters Poetry – syllables, feet, lines, stanzas, cantos Without the division of lines – no poem,
Meter and Scansion The intended effects of stress.
Notes on Meter, Foot, and Rhyme. End Rhyme The rhyming of words at the end of two or more lines of poetry Example: – When you make your poetry rhyme…
Sensations of Syllables Understanding meter and analyzing images.
OVERVIEW: THE MUSIC AND FORMS OF POETRY. NO UNIVERSALLY AGREED UPON DEFINITION AS TO WHAT A POEM IS, BUT ONE ESSENTIAL FACT IS THAT POETRY BEGAN AS.
Meter in Poetry By Justin Yoon and Christopher Choi.
Rhythm: pattern of sound created by stressed/unstressed syllables, pauses, line lengths, rhyme, repetition, etc. If a poem’s rhythm is structured into.
Rhythm. Closed-form- Lines of poetry contain specific number of syllables measured by heavy stress (prime) or light stress (breve) Units of light and.
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