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Poetic Devices WorksheetPoetic DeviceDefinitionDefinition in your own wordsYour Exampleend-stoppedwhen the end of a sentence or clause coincides with the end of a line, creating a logical pause at its closeHas a pause in each line“A little learning is a dangerous thing;Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring.There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain,And drinking largely sobers us again.” -By Alexander Popeenjambmentoccurs when the sense of a line runs over to the succeeding line;also called a run-on lineA continuation in a sentence without any pause or break.“Autumn showing off colors slowlyLetting the splendid colorsFlow softly to earth below.”refraina phrase, line, or lines repeated at intervals during a poem, especially at the close of stanzasRepeated and reused sentences."The answer, my friend,is blowin' in the wind, The answer is blowin' inthe wind."alliterationthe repetition of a speech sound A word/phrase that sound the same at the But a better butter
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