Imagery- The use of concrete details that appeal to the five senses.
Cacophony- A succession of harsh, jolting sounds.
Euphony- A succession of smooth, harmonius sounds.
Assonance- The repition of vowel sounds followed by unlike consonant sounds in stressed words or syllables.
Rhymes- The repition of word-ending sounds, specifically the repition of accented vowels sounds plus succeeding sounds
Rhymes scheme- The pattern of rhymes in a stanza or poem. It is identified by the letters of the alphabet.
Internal rhymes- Rhyme that occurs within a line.
End Rhyme- Rhyme that comes at the end of lines.
Repetition- in poetry, to occur over and over again.
Verse- One line poetry.
Stanza- A grouping of the lines in a poem.
Refrain- A word, phrase, line, or groups of lines repeated regularly in a poem, usually at the end of each stanza.
Prose-Writing or speaking in the normal or rdinary form; it is arranged in sentences and paragraphs.
Poetry- A piece of literature written in meter or verse.
Literal- The standard meaning of a word
Figurative- Departure from the standard meaning of a word to achieve some special meaning or effect.
Hyperbole- Great exageration used to emphazise.
Simile- A comparsion of one thing with another with the use of "like or "as".
Metaphor- A figure of speech in which a noun is imaginatively transformed. ( can be a comparision, but it doesn't have to be)
Rhythm- Pattern if stressed and unstressed sounds in a line of poetry.
Alliteration- The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words o produce a noticeable effect.
Onomatopoeia- A word whose sound imitates the actual sounds to which it refers, such as pop,sizzle,crush, etc.