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Cards (22)

Section 1

(22 cards)

triplet

Front

3 line stanza

Back

stanza

Front

a piece of a poem based on either: thought or topic like a paragraph or b format (the way it looks)

Back

simile

Front

a comparison between two things to describe one of them in a creative way using Like or As ex: Bob swims like a fish...the comparison is between Bob and the fish in order to describe Bob, using Like or As

Back

onomatopoeia

Front

using a word to imitate a sound example: The pig oinked at me. example The race car vroomed at me.

Back

octave

Front

8 line stanaz

Back

literal language

Front

the meaning of something on the surface

Back

quintet

Front

5 line stanza

Back

personification

Front

giving living or human characteristics to a non-living or non-human thing. examples: "The flower danced in the wind", or "The car seemed to cough to life when he started it."

Back

couplet

Front

2 line stanza

Back

metaphor

Front

a comparison between two things to describe one of them in a creative way ex. Bob is a fish when he swims...the comparison is between Bob and the fish in order to describe Bob.

Back

sestet

Front

6 line stanza

Back

blank verse

Front

iambic pentameter

Back

Alliteration

Front

Alliteration the repeating of the first letter or sound in two or more words in a line of poetry. example: Sally went to the sea to see seashells

Back

free verse

Front

poetry without regular rhyme or rhythm

Back

why poetry does not stink

Front

poetry is music lyrics, can be about ant topic, Don't have to rhyme, can be short, Gammer loose.

Back

rhymed verse

Front

poetry with regular rhyme and rhythm

Back

hyperbole

Front

using exaggeration to describe something Example: Everybody in the world was at the concert. Example: You Stole my heart

Back

blank verse

Front

poetry with 10 syllables per line but no rhyme. So it has rhythm but no rhyme

Back

quatrain

Front

4 line stanza

Back

septet

Front

7 line stanaz

Back

List seven factor

Front

Rhyme sometimes, Rhythm, format, shorter, best done orally ( out loud), gammer loose, jammed with ideas.

Back

figurative language

Front

the meaning of something below the surface on a deeper level

Back