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Poetry Poetry Vocabulary Vocabulary
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1. Alliteration : Repetition of initial consonant sounds 2. Allusion : A referenceto a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art 3. Ballad : A song-likepoemthat tells a story 4. Blank Verse : Poetry written in unrhymed, ten-syllablelines
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1. Concrete Poem : A poemwith a shapethat suggests its subject 2. Figurative Language : Writing that is not meant to betaken literally 3. Free Verse : Poetry not written in a regular rhythmical pattern or meter 4. Haiku : A three-lined Japaneseverse
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1. Image : A word or phrasethat appeals to oneor moreof the fivesenses 2. Lyric Poem : Highly musical versethat expresses theobservations and feelings of a singlespeaker 3. Metaphor : A figureof speech in which something is described as though it weresomething else
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1. Mood : Thefeeling created in thereader by a literary work 2. Narrative Poem : A story told in verse 3. Onomatopoeia : Theuseof words that imitatesounds 4. Personification : A typeof figurativelanguagein which a non- human subject is given human characteristics
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1. Refrain
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