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Poetry Handbook: Structure Graphic Organizer Poem Types:DescriptiveNarrativeLyricRealistically describes actual people, places, or thingsTells a storyExpresses deep feelings and emotionsForms included in these categories:NarrativeLyric•Ballad•Epic•Limerick•Sonnet•Elegy•OdeTypes of Rhyme:End rhymeEnd of lines rhyme
Internal rhymeSounds within a line rhymeEye rhymeWords look like they rhyme but don’t when said aloudSlant rhymeWords share sounds but don’t exactly rhymeIdentical rhymeSame word is repeatedA rhyme scheme is labeled with _________letters__________.Types of Stanza:Two linesCoupletThree linesTercetFour linesQuatrainFive linesQuintainSix linesSestetSeven linesSeptetEight linesOctaveNine linesSpenserian
End-stopped lines are:Lines of poetry that end with a punctuation mark, or naturally stop where the line still makes sense, encourage the reader to pause before moving on to the next idea.