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Can you name the Poetry Terms?

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Sally Sold Seashells by the Seashore
 
Poking fun at someone for the purpose of social change.
 
“as easy as shooting fish in a barrel”
 
“Fleet feet sweep by sleeping geese”
 
Harriet Tubman was called the Moses of her time
 
'The fruitful field / Laughs with abundance'
 
A recurring phrase throughout the poem
 
A group of lines in a poem
 
Thus I/passed by/And die
How many feet do the lines have? 
Four Metrical Feet
 
Five Metrical Feet
 
Old pond.../A frog leaps in/ water's sound
 
A poem meant to be sung and listened to
 
Written in Iambic Pentameter and follows the rhyme scheme:a-b-a-b,c-d-c-d,e-f-e-f,g-g.
 
I've told you a million times don't exaggerate!
 
wishy-washy, chit-chat, pitter-patter
 
'John Hancock' for the signature of any person
 
'Her eyes were glistening jewels'
 
When a poem can mean two different things
 
'Here lies my wife: here let her lie!/Now she's at rest, so am I.'
 

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