structure - the way a poem or piece of writing has been put together and how the parts relate to each other (consider stanzas, rhythm, rhyme, the way ideas are developed and organized, stanza - a series of lines grouped together to divide a poem, imagery - the use of words to create images, especially to create an impression or mood, figurative language - language that is not literal but is used to make writing more colorful and impactful (simile, metaphor, personification), speaker - the voice of the poem, similar to the narrator in the book, tone - the attitude of the speaker, mood - the atmosphere or feeling created by the authors words and the feeling the reader gets from reading those words, hyperbole - an exaggerated figure of speech not meant to be taken literally, simile - a figure of speech comparing two unlike things using like or as, metaphor - a direct comparison between the two things that does not use like or as, personification - a type of metaphor in which human qualities are given to non-human things, rhyme - the repetition of similar sounding words at the end of lines, repetition - the use of the same word or phrase multiple times,

Poetry Vocab ELA 7 for KG's group


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