What is the proper form of a haiku? "Three lines, consisting of five, seven, and five syllables, respectively" is the correct answer. Three lines, consisting of seven, five, and seven syllables, respectively, is an incorrect haiku, while five lines with the rhyme scheme aabba makes a limerick. Eight lines of any length compose an octave. A refrain is a part of a poem repeated at the same position in each stanza as Shakespeare does with the final three lines of each stanza in Winter. ababccdef is the rhyme scheme of the first stanza. Identify which of the following is an example of consonance. "Repetition of the final consonant sound in a row of words." is the correct answer. Consonance is the inverse of alliteration, or the repetition of the initial consonant sound in a row of words. Repetition of a vowel sound is known as assonance. Alliteration refers to a repeated consonant at the beginning of the word: The refurbished red roof rocked. Consonance plays with consonants at the end of words: sound beside the wood The time you won your town the race We chaired you through the market-place; Man and boy stood cheering by, And home we brought you shoulder-high. These are the opening lines to A.E. Housman’s To an Athlete Dying Young. In it, Housman ____________ the runner. "apostrophizes" is the correct answer. By writing the poem as if Housman were speaking directly to the athlete, Housman uses apostrophe. Personification entails giving human qualities to a non-human, but in this case, the athlete is a human. The athlete is neither referred to by name or disparaged, and it is impossible to cacophonize a person. The author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland also wrote which famous poem?