Literature Quiz / POETRY AHHHH

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StressesTerm
a poem with the same about of stresses per line, but varied number of syllables
one word is repeated at the beginning of many lines
u u
omitting a sound in a word to make it fit the poetic meter (ex. ne'er)
a poem with the same amount of syllables per line
trimeter quatrain with one tetrameter line (very Emily Dickinson)
long narrative poem with elevated style and a heroic story
funeral song
when a sentence continues on another line of poetry
incantation meant to further or thwart an action
poem sung in a chorus at a funeral
a poem created by a group of people
poem sung in a single voice at a funeral
/ u /
a poem of praise for funerals
a poem of praise, originally for Olympics
u /
a4 b3 c4 b3
u / u
a rhythmic pause in the middle of a poetic line
/ u u /
StressesTerm
a funeral oration
sing-songy poems written to be sold at the side of the street
poem in the form of a letter
tetrameter quatrain rhyming abba
a poem celebrating marriage
/ u u
dramatic poem with plots and characters (began as pastoral poems)
a song or poem of the night
/ u
u u /
Rhyming words with single syllables and a stressed ending
dawn poem
Rhyming words with multiple syllables and an unstressed ending
/ /
a poem with the same amount of syllables and stresses per line
a poem of praise or blame
a4 b3 a4 b3
a pastoral poem with idealistic happy theme
a song of mourning or lament
short poem of praise or blame
a poem of thanksgiving in praise of battles

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