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unrhymed iambic pentameter
words which share same stressed sound and share sound which follow
pattern that is stressed unstressed
rhyme comes at end of line
Poem that consists of an octet which describes a problem and a sestet which provides a solution. There are a variety of common rhyme schemes.
Poem telss a story
Expresses feelings, thoughts of a single speaker. No chronology or plot but writes about events from a single moment.
pattern that is unstressed stressed
pattern that has 2 unstressed sylabbles and then a stressed sylable
interlocking three line rhyme sceme
A lyric poem commemorating a dead person. Often death and mournful.
two lines of rymed iambic pentameter
Narrative poem of quatrains of iambic tetrameter and iambic trimeter. Often begins abruptly, as story told through dialogue and anction, uses simple or folksy language, tragic and
poetry that follows a persecribed model of rhyme scheme and lines
Poem organized into three quatrains and a couplet. The couplet has the resolution
when one line ends without a pause and continues into the next line for meaning
words that look like they should rhyme but don't
Non-rhyming 39 line poem. The concluding stanza is called an envoy. First six lines repeate in the other 5 stanzas.
single syllable rhyming words or the same sound occuring in final stressed syllable
rhyme stressed syllable followed by one or more identical unstressed syllable
Poem that reads as one would speak
alternating lines of iambic tetrameter and iambic trimeter
words that sound similar but are not exact
rhyming words within the line
a pause within a line
Lines creates a particulare shape that represents the poem
pattern that has one unstressed sylable and then two unstresed
pause at the end of a line
Means little song. Consists of 14 lines, ususally in Iambic Pentameter
Breif, pointed witty poem with uninforced form
metrical feet that move from unstressed to stressed sounds
type of poem that does not confrom to a set pattern. It creates it's own pattern through the sounds of words.
metrical feet whic move from stressed to unstressed sounds
19 lines divided into 5 tercets and quatrain. First and third lines of the first tercet rhyme.,

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