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Poetry: Part 2End and Internal RhymeEnd Rhyme- Words with end rhyme have the same ending sound cry/bye float/ boat
Internal Rhyme- a rhyme between words in the same line I love the way the wind sways the bales of hay in November.
arrangement of words in regularly measured, patterned, or rhythmic lines or verses.
He said, Hey, there fellow (a)with the hair colored yellow. (a)Watcha trying to prove? (b)Cause thats my woman there (c)and Im a man who cares (c) and this might be all for you. (b)
LineRoses are red,Violets are blue,Sugar is sweet, LINE 3And so are you!Line(noun)A single line of words in a poem
Lines make up STANZAS!
Stanza First and Last by David McCord A tadpole hasnt a pole at all,And he doesnt live in a hole in the wall.
Youve got it wrong: a polecats not A cat on a pole. And Ill tell you what:
A bullfrogs never a bull; and how Could a cowbird possibly be a cow?
A kingbird, though, is a kind of king, And he chases a crow like anything.
A group of lines.
Beginning a new stanzas often signals the beginning of a new image, thought, or idea.
Dialect (noun)Use of words or phrases that are limited to a certain area
NORTH: Plug that IN for me, please.SOUTH: Plug that UP for me, please.
NORTH: HIT the lights!SOUTH: CUT OFF the lights!Speaker
Speaker (noun)The person, place, object, or idea that is telling the events that occur in a poemThe speaker is NOT always the poet!!!
The speaker in The Butter Battle is the grandfather who is telling his grandson about The Wall.The speaker in Jabberwocky is an all-knowing person who is NOT a character in the poem.Connotation
The suggested or implied meaning of a word
CHILDISH, IMMATURE, and YOUTHFUL all have similar meanings, but different connotations.
Poets create a mood in their poems to make you feel a certain way when you read them.
A mood can be ANNOYED, JOYFUL, DISTRAUGHT, FRUSTRATED, etc.Rhyme Scheme
The pattern of rhyming in a poem
The RHYME SCHEME in a poem changes how the reader reads it.Theme
BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER.Theme (NOUN)A universal topic or idea of a piece of literature
A THEME can be applied anyone, anywhere, and should be stated in ONE COMPLETE SENTENCE.
EXAMPLE: Happiness comes to those who wait. Tone
Tone (NOUN)The way the message of a poem is conveyed to the reader.The way a poem would sound if spoken.
The TONE directly affects the MOOD.
EXAMPLES: optimistic, pessimistic, threatening