Poetry - A type of literature in which words are chosen and arranged in specific ways to create an effect., Speaker - The voice that talks to the reader, Form - This refers to the way the poem is laid out on the page., Poetic forms - Traditional and free verse, Traditional poem - Follows rules for lines, stanzas, rhythm, and rhyme, Free verse - They do not contain regular patterns of rhythm and rhyme, Sound devices - Rhyme, Alliteration, Rhythm, assonance, etc..., Meter - When the rhythm is regular and repeats throughout the poem., Word choice - Choosing each word carefully to communicate their intended meaning and effect, imagery  - A language that helps the reader recreate in his or her own mind, what the writer is describing., Figurative language - One way a poet uses vivid imagery,





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