A poem that has syllables automatically has meter.
This type of poetry is based on a “listing” of things and is meant for the reader to share in the experience.
Shakespearean or English sonnets are written using this type of syllable pattern.
The question below refers to the selections “Fog” and “Fire and Ice.” Ice in “Fire and Ice” is a metaphor for
A Shakespearean sonnet does not —
Tell a story
The questions below refer to the selection “Haiku.” A haiku allows the reader to —
Share a special moment
Which of the following statements contains an example of personification?
The flowers bowed their heads in grief.
Approximate rhymes are the same as exact rhymes.
The question below refers to the selection “‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers.” In the Dickinson poem, the dashes stand for a
A haiku contains this number of syllables
Language that appeals to one or more of the senses is
The question below refers to the selections “Fog” and “Fire and Ice.” In “Fire and Ice,” the attitude of the speaker toward the main idea is one of
Distance and wisdom
The question below refers to the selections “‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers.” The speaker of Dickinson’s poem believes hope will flourish even though
Storms might threaten
A metaphor that continues over several lines or throughout an entire poem is called a(n) —
A sonnet has a rhyme scheme.
The questions below refer to the selection “in Just-.” Of the following words from “in Just-,” the one you would find in a dictionary is —
If the end rhymes of a poem make a pattern, then the poem has a rhyme scheme.
Buzz, slap, and crash are examples of onomatopoeia.
The question below refers to the selections “Fog” and “Fire and Ice.” The implied metaphor in Frost’s poem “Fire and Ice” compares
desire to fire, and hate to ice.
A poem that is really a song that tells a story using simple rhymes and rhythms is also known a
The portion of a song or poem that repeats is called the
This type of poem is known for being short and is meant to express a speaker’s thoughts and feelings. It originated in Greece and were once sung to the tune of a lyre.
A poem written with an iambic syllable pattern is written with the following pattern
an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable
Alliteration is the repetition of the same beginning consonant sound.
Rhyme is the repetition of the vowel sound and any sounds that follow it in words that are close together.
Peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers is an example of an internal rhyme.
An internal rhyme occurs within a line of poetry.
An iamb is an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable.