Elements of Poetry
Figurative language : is writing that Is innovative and imaginary not meant to be taken literally.
Imagery: is writing or speech that appeals to the senses.
Metaphors: describe one thing as if it were something else.
Similes: use like or as to compare to unlike things
Speaker: is the characters, or voice who tells the story
Alliteration: is the repetition of consonant sounds.
Assonance: is the repetition of vowels
Consonanse: is the repetition of the final consonant sound
Repetition: is a repeating sound or a word.
Rhythm : is the pattern of strong and weak beats, as well as pauses in a poem.
Rhyme: Is the repetition of sound at the end of words.
Structure of Poetry
Lines: help Poets add natural pause breaks
Rhyme Scheme: Is a pattern of rhyme in a poem
Meter: is rhymthmical pattern or arrangement of stressed syllables
Stanzas: Are the arranged groups of that create the appearance of a page or to organize thought.