Poetry true/false (exam)

Poetry is defined by a set number of lines, stanzas, and rhythm.
False

Poetry is not intended to be read aloud.
False

Well-written poetry does not include figurative language
False

Onomatopoeia is a literary device
True

Rhythm is one device poets use to create a mood.
True

Lyric poetry tells a story
False

Simile and metaphors are types of figurative language.
True

Poetry can look like prose writing.
True

Poetry is a distinct kind of writing
True

It is not necessary to determine the speaker of every poem.
False

The tone of a poem is the same as the speaker’s attitude.
True

Poets encourage readers to use their five senses when reading poetry
True

Poetry is meant to be read by lines not by punctuation marks.
False

Recognizing the speaker of a poem prevents readers from fully understanding the poem.
False

Poetry is a broad genre.
True