Imagist were a group of early 20th century american poets who focused on visual images and created new rhythms and meters.
14 line poem, usually a lyric. it has strict rhyme scheme
19 line poem composed of 5 tercets and a concluding quatrain
repetition of the same or similar vowel sounds in a series of words: creep,three, feet,
repetition of concluding sounds in different words, often intentionally used at the end of poetic lines.
words or phrases that describe the concrete experience of the 5 senses, most often sight. A pattern of imagery is a group of related images developed throughout a work.
movement in modern poetry stressing terseness and concrete imagery.
the story telling piece of literature; the forward-moving recounting of episode and description.
form of poetry, usually brief and intense, that expresses a poets subjective response to the world. in classical times lyrics wee set to music.
a narrative poem rooted in oral tradition, usually arranged in quatrains rhyming ABCD and containing a refrain.
type of poem perfected by Robert Browning that consists of a single speaker talking to one or more listeners and often revealing much more about the speaker than he or she seems to intend.
the narrative voice the poets uses
the identity the poets assumes;
forms of irony which apparent praises is used to convey strong,bitter criticism.