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Poetry Terms

Teacher: Samantha Davis
Across
The attribution of human characteristics to something non-human.
The use of words that imitate sound (pow, clang, zip)
Language layered with meaning by word images and figures of speech; it departs from its literal meaning
A grouping of two or more lines of a poem in terms of length, metrical form or rhyme scheme; it is like a paragraph found in a message.
The atmosphere or feeling created by the writer in a literary work or passage
A comparison between two objects with the intent of giving a clearer meaning to one of them
Words or phrases that appeal to any sense or any combination of senses
A flow of rising and falling sounds in language that is produced in verse by a regular repeating of stressed and unstressed syllables
The central idea, message or moral of a literary work
Down
Literature that is expressed in rhythmic form. Its words are used to create powerful images to the reader. It is written to look completely different than most literature.
The repeated use of words, phrases, lines or stanzas
The use of details in writing that an author uses to help the reader experience the five senses.
The author's attitude or expression in a poem towards the subject of the poem
The repetition of initial consonant sound of two or more adjacent words or stressed syllables
Comparing 2 unlike things using like or as
An over exaggeration in literature
An object or action that represents something other than its literal meaning
A contradiciton in meanings
A saying that holds meaning other that its literal
The similarity of ending sounds existing btween two words