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Poetry

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Fill in the blank Metaphor- A comparison between two unlike things, WITHOUT using the words like or as. Stanzas- When lines are organized in units of meaning; always separated by extra white space. Repetition- when a poet repeats words, or lines Line- A group of words in a row. Idiom- A common, often-used expression that doesn't make sense if you take it literally. Allusion- A reference to another piece of work (writing, movie, pop culture) within a text. Tone- The attitude of the author towards the subject. Extended Metaphor- A comparison used throughout an entire poem.

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Barren- too _poor_ to _produce_ much or any vegetation. Mispronouncing- (a word) _incorrectly._ Subsides- become _less_ _intense,_ violent, or severe. Metaphor- A _comparison_ between two unlike things, WITHOUT using the words _like_ or _as._ Stanzas- When _lines_ are _organized_ in _units_ of _meaning;_ always separated by extra white space. Repetition- when a poet _repeats_ _words,_ or _lines_ Line- A _group_ of words in a _row._ Idiom- A common, often-used expression that doesn't make sense if you take it literally. Allusion- A _reference_ to another piece of work (writing, movie, pop culture) _within_ a text. Tone- The _attitude_ of the author towards the _subject._ Extended Metaphor- A comparison used throughout an _entire_ _poem._
A form of writing that often uses imagery, rhyme or rhythm to create an emotional response.
poetry
Language that appeals to the senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, or smell).
poetry
The repetition of INITIAL consonant sounds in words that are close together.
alliteration
Giving human qualities to an object, animal, or idea.
personification
When an object or idea represents something else.
symbolism
A comparison used throughout an entire poem.
extended metaphor
The attitude of the author towards the subject.
tone
A comparison between two unlike things, WITHOUT using the words like or as.
metaphor
When lines are organized in units of meaning; always separated by extra white space.
stanza

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