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Glossary of Literary Terms  – finish alphabetical list

Terms Related to Types of Poetry

allegory

aubade

ballad

ballad stanza

concrete poem

couplet

confessional

dramatic monologue

elegy

epic

epigram

haiku

heroic couplet

hip-hop

lyric

meditation

narrative

occasional poem

ode

pastoral

Petrarchan sonnet

prose poem

rap

rhyme royal

sestet

sestina

Shakespearean sonnet

slam poetry

sonnet

spoken word movement

villanelle

allegory – a form of poem where a settlement of black is used to tell a story within a story

aubade – a hymn poem about morning or a rising sun

ballad – a account poem revelation a story a chairman or eventuality mostly about adore customarily told in rhymed stanzas and that includes a steady refrain.  Ballads are mostly sung.

ballad stanza – a hymn of 4 lines (quatrain) with a second and fourth lines rhyming

concrete poem – a poem whose difference or letters are laid out on a page to simulate a thesis of a poem.

confessional – a form of poem that reveals rarely personal experiences

dramatic monologue – a hymn poem where a orator expresses crafty emotions or ideas to wordless listeners.

elegy – a hymn poem that mourns a genocide of a sold person

epic – a account poem that tells a story of a good journey or conflict and that involves humans of well-developed status such as kings who mostly have higher strength or skills or includes gods. The formula of a journey or conflict or fight has extreme consequences over a predestine of a participants mostly for an whole nation or kingdom

epigram – a brief crafty poem creation a pointed, infrequently paradoxical, observation

haiku – a form of Japanese hymn with 3 lines that are not rhymed and that have five, seven, and 5 syllables customarily involving some aspect of nature.

hip-hop – low-pitched hymn that uses rhyme, exercise of sounds and phases

lyric – a form of communication that expresses feelings or observations

meditation – a hymn poem that starts by watching a specific intent and afterwards sketch some philosophical inferences

narrative – a form of communication that tells a story

occasional poem – hymn communication created about an occasion

ode – a hymn poem explicating a attributes or aspects of inlet or a specific intent or vital quadruped such as “Ode to a Nightingale.” Uses formidable hymn patterns.

pastoral – a hymn poem that observes a elementary pleasures of farming life

Petrarchan sonnet – a hymn poem about unattainable love

prose poem – is communication created in communication instead of regulating hymn though preserving elegant qualities such as heightened imagery and romantic effect

rap – outspoken character of behaving hip-hop verse

rhyme royal – a elegant form regulating 7 line stanzas in iambic pentameter with a rhyme settlement of ababbcc.

sestet – a poem or hymn of 6 lines in a poem

sestina – a thirty-nine line poem consisting of 6 six-line stanzas with a three-line hymn (tercet) during a end

Shakespearean sonnet – a lyric that has 3 four-line stanzas (quatrains) and a two-line hymn (couplet)

slam communication – a rival art of opening poetry

sonnet – a fourteen-line poem in iambic pentameter with a delicately patterned rhyme scheme

villanelle – a nineteen-line poem of 5 three-line stanzas (tercets) followed by a four-line hymn (quatrain) and that includes dual repeating rhymes and dual refrains

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