Poetry is usually arranged in ________________.
A group of lines is called a _______________________.
Poems may have a regular _________________, which is the repetition of similar sounds
A _____________ _______________ is the pattern formed by the end of the rhymes.
is the pattern formed by the end of the rhymes.
a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables, gives a line of poetry a predictable ___________________, or pattern of beats.
_____________ _____________, such as line length, spacing, and the use of capital and lowercase letters, affect the look of the poem on the page as well as its rhythm and meter.
Poets may use sounds devices to make a poem more vivid or to create a tone or mood. _________________ is the repetition of consonant sounds, usually at the beginning of words or syllables.
Repeating consonant sounds at the end of non-rhyming words or syllables- such as brick and clock- is called ___________________
repeating vowel sounds is called ________________
_________________ uses words that imitate or suggest the sound of what they describe, such as hiss and thud.
Poets use _______________, or language that appeals to the senses, to help readers visualize what they read.
____________________ ________________________ communicates ideas beyond the literal meanings of words.
______________ uses like or as to compare seemingly unlike things.
A ________________ implies the comparison instead of directly stating it.
Poets use _______________________ to write about an idea, an object, or an animal as if it were human.
An ______________ is an expression whose meaning cannot be understood by simply joining the meaning of the words, such as I caught a cold