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Elements of Poetry VocabularyCreated By, Ms. Jennifer Duke
Please write down the following words:Figurative Language Idiom Metaphor Simile Imagery Exaggeration Free-Verse Allusion Alliteration Lyric Poem Personification Onomatopoeia
All the tools that a poet uses to create a special effect or feeling.Figurative Language All the tools that a poet uses to create a special effect or feeling.
Idiom A common phrase made up of words that cannot be understood by their literal meaning. “It’s raining cats and dogs.”
Comparison between two unlike things; not using the words like or as.Metaphor Comparison between two unlike things; not using the words like or as. “Time is money.”
Comparison between two unlike things; using the words like or as.Simile Comparison between two unlike things; using the words like or as. “The building is as tall as a mountain.”
Language that uses or appeals to the five senses.Imagery Language that uses or appeals to the five senses.
Obvious stretching of the truthExaggeration Obvious stretching of the truth “I died of exhaustion.”
Poetry written without regular rhyme scheme, meter, or formFree-Verse Poetry written without regular rhyme scheme, meter, or form
Reference to something with which the reader is likely to be familiarAllusion Reference to something with which the reader is likely to be familiar
“Peter Piper Picked A Peck Of Pickled Peppers.”Alliteration Repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginnings of several words. “Peter Piper Picked A Peck Of Pickled Peppers.”
A short, musical poem that expresses the poet’s thoughts and emotions.Lyric Poem A short, musical poem that expresses the poet’s thoughts and emotions.
Giving human-like characteristics or qualities to non-human thingsPersonification Giving human-like characteristics or qualities to non-human things
The formation of a word by the imitation of a soundOnomatopoeia The formation of a word by the imitation of a sound
Figurative Language By: K.W. Reed. Simile Ex. The puppy was as cute as a button. Simile – Using like or as to compare 2 unlike things.
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Poetry --type of literature that uses the sounds, rhythms, and meanings of words to describe the world.
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