a group of lines arranged together
words that sound alike because they share the same ending vowel and constant sounds.
a word at the end of one lines rhyme with a word at the end of another line.
when two words rhyme inside the same line.
rhyming in which the words sound the same but not perfectly.
constant sounds repeated at the beginning of words.
the repeated consonant sounds that can be located any where in words
inertnal rhyme or beat or rhythm which the poem is read
a conversational poem; sounds like someone talking with you. Unlike metered poetry doesn’t have any repeated sounds.
uses letters of the alphabet to represent sounds.
compares two things using “like”, “as”,”than,” “or”, “resembles”
a direct comparison of unlike things