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A This type of poem tells a story similar to a folk tale or legend which often has a repeated refrain.
a) Ballad b) Lyric c) Elegy d) Limerick
A poem written in unrhymed iambic pentameter and is often modest, quiet and humble.
a) Blank Verse b) Ballad c) Elegy d) Sonnet
This type of poetry has rhyming stanzas made up of two lines.
a) Couplet b) Epic c) Limerick d) Haiku
A sad and thoughtful poem about the death of an individual.
a) Elegy b) Epic c) Limerick d) Blank Verse
An extensive, serious poem that tells the story about a heroic figure.
a) Epic b) Elegy c) Sonnet d) Ballad
A Japanese poem composed of three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five, usually containing a season word.
a) Haiku b) Limerick c) Couplet d) Sonnet
A rhyming pattern of one short syllable followed by one long one, five sets in a row. Example: la-LAH la-LAH la-LAH la-LAH la-LAH
a) iambic pantameter b) Limberick c) Narrative d) Blank Verse
A short sometimes vulgar, humorous poem consisting of five lines. Lines 1, 2, and 5 have seven to ten syllables, rhyme and have the same verbal rhythm. The 3rd and 4th lines have f
a) Limerick b) Narrative c) Sonnet d) Haiku
A poem that tells a story.
a) Narrative b) Sonnet c) Iambic Pantameter d) Ballad
A lyric poem that consists of 14 lines which usually have one or more conventional rhyme schemes.
a) Sonnet b) Limerick c) Iambic Pantameter d) Couplet
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