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KS 3 poetry vocabulary

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A poem is a composition in verse using artistic and imaginative vocabulary. *
A poem has at least one stanza, this is another word for verse. *
A line is a subdivision of a poem, specifically a group of words arranged into a row. *
Time, crime and chime all rhyme.
Tone is the feel of the text, indicated by choice of words, rhythm of sentence and such like. *
An image is a mental picture of something not real or not present. *
A simile compares one thing to another using the words 'as' or 'like'. E.g. As big as an elephant. *
A metaphor compares by referring to one thing as another, E.g. He's a lethal weapon. *
Alliteration involves words that begin with the same sound. *
Personification describes something non-human as if it is human. *
Onomatopoeia is when the sound of a word is the same as its meaning. *
Rhythm is the aarrangement of words into a regular sequence or pattern. *

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