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Poetry

Across
the formation or use of words whose sounds suggest the meanings of the words, such as "bang," "moo," or "jingle."
A flow of sound having regular accented beats.
writing or speech in its usual form of a series of sentences. Most language that is not poetry can be described this way. Novels, short stories, essays, and letters are examples.
language that means something other than its literal meaning and expresses ideas in vivid ways.
A line in a poem or song.
the rhyming pattern of the end rhymes of a poem, usually indicated by letters to show which lines rhyme.
a figure of speech that compares two different things without the words "like" or "as."
Down
a tool that poets use to add meaning through sound.
a piece of writing different from ordinary writing in its special form, rhythm, and beautiful or interesting language. They are often short and express feelings. They sometimes use words that rhyme.
The time and place of an event.
the repetition of the same sound at the beginning of words in a phrase or sentence.
An account of something especially of a kind that presents a picture to a person who reads or hears it.
a figure of speech in which two different things are compared by using the words "like" or "as." "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb" is an example.
poetry in which there are no regular rhymes, stanzaic forms, or metrical patterns.
A planned rhythm in poetry that is usually repeated.