Poetry (Test) (Adv/Cadden)

AABB
Read the short poem and tell the rhyme scheme:

Trees are moss and grass are stones.
Trees are spirit, nerves and bones.

Trees are air, stars and sky.
Trees are lungs, eyes and I.

alliteration
In the second stanza of this poem, what literary device is being used with JUST “stars and sky”:

Trees are moss and grass are stones.
Trees are spirit, nerves and bones.

Trees are air, stars and sky.
Trees are lungs, eyes and I.

couplet
The form of this poem is written in:

Trees are moss and grass are stones.
Trees are spirit, nerves and bones.

Trees are air, stars and sky.
Trees are lungs, eyes and I.

fluting
Which word is an example of onomatopoeia?

Thrushes, songs, fluting, nest

lyric
What kind of poem is this:

Trees are moss and grass are stones.
Trees are spirit, nerves and bones.

Trees are air, stars and sky.
Trees are lungs, eyes and I.

assonance
The words “my eyes” use what sound device?

imagery
The kind of description which appeals to one or more of the five sense is:

alliteration
The repetition of beginning consonant sounds.

free verse
Poetry with no set form and rhyme.

haiku
A type of Japanese poem made up of three lines and the “five-seven-five” syllable makeup.

refrain
A line or lines repeated at the end of stanzas.

narrative
Poem with plot, character, and setting.

concrete
Kind of poetry forms the shape of the subject.

diamante
Kind of poetry forms shape of a diamond.

limerick
Humorous poems of five lines having a definite rhythm and rhyme scheme of AABBA.

stanza
Poetic form for a paragraph.

rhyme
Repetition of end sounds of words.

rhyme scheme
Rhyme organized into patterns.

repetition
Repetition of a word or phrase for emphasis.

figurative language
Metaphors, similes, onomatopoeias, and personifications are examples of:

meter
The way a line in a poem has stressed and unstressed syllables.

personification
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

“Whenever the trees are crying aloud.”

simile
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

“The mouse beneath the stone is still as death.”

metaphor
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

“Life is a broken winged bird.”

onomatopoeia
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

“Chirp, tweet.”

alliteration
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

“Flickering, flitting, fireflies.”

rhyme
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

“Light and night.”

rhyme scheme
Identify the literary device in the sentence:

I went to the market to buy a pear
I made a mistake and forgot to share

end rhyme
Rhyming at the end of lines of a poem.

alliteration
A sound device that uses repetition of consonant sounds to create a mood.

onomatopoeia
A sound device that uses words that are the actual sound when you hear the words.

sextet
A six-line stanza or poem.

metaphor
Compares one thing to another w/o like or as.

simile
Compares one thing to another w/ like or as.

internal rhyme
Rhyming within the same line of a poem.

couplet
Two consecutive poetry lines that rhyme.

personification
Giving human qualities to inanimate objects.

figurative language
Allows writer to show one thing by comparison which presents a vivid picture for the reader.

stanza
A group of lines in a poem that form a single unit.

free verse
Poetry with no set rhyme scheme or form.

octave
Eight line poem or stanza.

rhyme
Words that sound alike in a poem.

Couplet
Triplet
Quatrain
Quintet
Sextet (Sestet)
Septet
Octave
Name the stanza with _ lines in the following order:
2 –
3 –
4 –
5 –
6 –
7 –
8 –

rhythm
The beat created by the sounds of the words in a poem OR A regular pattern of stressed/unstressed syllables.

foot
Unit of meter.

Iambic
Trochaic
Name the type of foot for each order:
Unstressed, stressed
Stressed, unstressed

Monometer
Dimeter
Trimeter
Tetrameter
Pentameter
Hexameter
Heptameter
Octometer
Name the names of the metrical foots with the following amount of feet:
1 –
2 –
3 –
4 –
5 –
6 –
7 –
8 –

consonance
When consonant sounds repeat in the MIDDLE or END of words.

oxymoron
Figure of speech with contradicting terms.

idiom
A type of figurative language with more than one meaning.

hyperbole
Exaggerated statement.

cinquain
A poem containing 22 syllables.

Shakespearean sonnet
Fourteen line poem with rhyme scheme abab cdcd efef gg

near rhyme
Rhyme that is nearly alike such as:
stamp, lamp

blank verse
A type of poetry written in iambic pentameter but no end rhyme usage.

iambic pentameter
Most common metrical line.