regularized rhythm; an arrangement of language in which the accents occur at apparently equal intervals in time
some significant aspect or detail of an experience is used to represent the whole experience
a stanza consisting of a single line.
reader’s feelings in response to literary work. Vibe
a form of poetry that tells a story, often making the voices of a narrator and characters as well; the entire story is usually written in metered verse.
a stanza of eight lines.
a lyric poem of moderate length with a serious subject, elevated style and elaborate stanza pattern
a word whose sound is its meaning. For example: boom, slap.
a literary technique in which conjunctions (e.g. and, but, or) are used repeatedly in quick succession, often with no commas, even when the conjunctions could be removed.
a stanza of four lines.
a stanza of five lines.
a repeated word, phrase, line, or group of lines
the repetition of an identical or similarly accented sound or sounds
the process of measuring verse, of marking unaccented and accented syllables, dividing the lines into feet, identifying the metrical pattern, and noting significant variations from that pattern
a stanza of six lines.
a stanza of seven lines.
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himself or herself or is disregardful of or oblivious to any hearers present (often used as a device in drama to disclose a character's innermost thoughts):
a stanza of nine lines.
a metrical foot consisting of two equally accented syllables or almost equally accented syllables - for example true-blue
a part is used for the whole
a stanza of three lines.
the main idea or underlying meaning of a literary work. (Topic plus message)
the attitude of the writer towards his subject
a metrical foot consisting of one accented syllable followed by one unaccented syllable - for example bar*ter