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a brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone
a) idiom
b) epitaph
c) metaphor
d) meter

repetition of consonant sounds within a line of poetry
a) concrete
b) consonance
c) assonance
d) cinquain

exaggeration
a) hyperbole
b) meter
c) symbolism
d) simile

poem in the shape of what it is about
a) cinquain
b) concrete
c) tone
d) lines

pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
a) meter
b) rhythm
c) idiom
d) rhyme

a short poem consisting of five lines with twenty-two syllables
a) refrain
b) concrete
c) lines
d) cinquain

description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell touch, taste)
a) imagery
b) meter
c) simile
d) poetry

the writer's attitude toward his readers and his subject
a) lines
b) tone
c) rhyme
d) form

repetition of sounds at the ends of words
a) tone
b) form
c) rhythm
d) rhyme

the way a poem looks on a page
a) rhyme
b) tone
c) form
d) lyric

a poem that tells a story
a) refrain
b) simile
c) rhythm
d) narrative

groups of lines in poetry
a) tone
b) haiku
c) lines
d) stanzas

a poem that does not have a distinct rhyme scheme or mete
a) refrain
b) free verse
c) meter
d) rhyme

a common, often used expression that doesn't actually mean what is says
a) haiku
b) form
c) simile
d) idiom

a word that imitates the sound it represents
a) metaphor
b) concrete
c) consonance
d) onomatopoeia

repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
a) narrative
b) alliteration
c) repetition
d) limerick

a comparison without using like or as
a) epitaph
b) meter
c) metaphor
d) simile

repeating words or phrases
a) alliteration
b) repetition
c) refrain
d) epitaph

Japanese form of poetry, three lines
a) idiom
b) rhythm
c) haiku
d) meter

the way that poets arrange words
a) meter
b) lines
c) tone
d) lyric

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