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Pearson Common Core Literature Eng 2 Unit 3 Poetry

ENG 1 Vocabulary: Mrs. R. Coriano
A lyric poem on a serious subject, usually written in a precise structure.
Consists of four lines.
Compares two apparently unlike things using the word like or as.
Is the use of any language element more than once.
Is a repeated grouping of two or more lines in a poem that often share a pattern of rhythm and rhyme.
Is an actual or invented word that imitates the sound of what it names or describes.
Is a pair of rhyming lines, which usually expresses a single idea and often functions as a complete stanza.
Language that is not meant to be interpreted literally.
Serves to tell the poem.
The stressed and unstressed syllables are then divided into units.
Is a form of Japanese poetry that has five unrhymed lines consisting of five, seven, five, seven, and seven syllables.
Poetry that tells a story.
A poem with a shape that suggests its subject; the poet arranges letters, words, punctuation, and lines to create a picture.
Is the repetition of vowel and consonant sounds at the end of the word.
A short poem that expresses the thoughts and feelings of a single speaker.
A poem that presents the speech of one or more speakers in a dramatic situation.
The poet's emotional attitude toward his or her subject.
Each foot is made up of one unstressed syllable and one stressed syllable.
Is a fourteen-line lyric poem, usually written in rhymed iambic pentameter.
Gives human qualities or abilities to nonhuman things.
Is a form of Japanese poetry that consists of three unrhymed line of five, seven, and five syllables.
Follows established patterns. Each standard poetic form has specific requirements regarding rhyme, scheme, meter, and line or stanza structure.
Compares two apparently unlike things without the use of a connecting word.
Is the repetition of initial consonant sounds.
Are poems of loss that express both praise for the dead and an element of consolation.
Is the rhythmic pattern established by stresses, or beats, within each line of a poem.
Is the repetition of final consonant sounds in stressed syllables that have different vowel sounds.
Is the repetition of vowel sounds within stressed syllables that end in different consonant sounds.
May use rhyme, sound devices, meter, and varied stanzas but does not follow fixed patterns.
Is a musical form of literature in which words may suggest multiple layers of meaning.