Metaphor – image stating one thing is something which it is _______________.
Simile – _______________ stating one thing is LIKE or AS something which it is not.
Alliteration – repetition of the same _______________ sound.
End-rhyme – words at the _______________ of a line which end with the same syllable sound.
Internal rhyme – words within a line which end with the same _______________ sound.
Sight-rhyme – words which end with the same _______________, but do not sound alike (prove/ love).
Rhyme scheme – a pattern of rhyme between the lines of a _______________.
Meter – the _______________ structure of a verse.
Quatrain – a stanza of _______________ lines.
Irregular meter – meter which does not stick to a set pattern.
Caesura – a pause in the _______________ of a line.
Refrain – a word, phrase or line which is _______________ throughout a poem.
Enjambment – when one _______________ runs onto the next.
Stanza – a _______________ in a poem.
Elegy – poem or song written to _______________ someone who has died.
Villanelle – poem based on _______________ interwoven and repeating lines.
Imagery – words used to suggest _______________.
Onomatopoeia – _______________ effect words.
Synecdoche – part of something used to _______________ the whole thing.
Ambiguity – a word or phrase which can mean more than _______________thing.
Tone – the _______________of a piece of writing.
Symbol – an object or word used to represent a much larger _______________.
Hyperbole – exaggeration for effect – not intended to be taken _______________.
Litotes – _______________for rhetorical effect.
Emotive language – language intended to provoke _______________in a reader.
Anaphora – repetition of a word or phrase at the _______________of successive verses, clauses or paragraphs.
Pathos – Use of _______________ to appeal to an audience’s emotion.