Poetry Terms. Vocabulary. ATMOSPHERE: overall feeling of a work, related to tone and mood CONCRETE POEM: a poem with a shape that suggests its subject END RHYME: rhyming words that are at the end of the line. MOOD: the feeling created in the reader by a literary work
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ATMOSPHERE: overall feeling of a work, related to tone and mood
CONCRETE POEM: a poem with a shape that suggests its subject
END RHYME:rhyming words that are at the end of the line
MOOD: the feeling created in the reader by a literary work
PERSONIFICATION: giving something that is not human, human-like characteristics
-Example: The tree waved excitedly in the wind.
REPETITION: To use, more than one, of any element of language
RHYME: Repetition of sounds at the end of words
RHYME SCHEME: a specific pattern of rhyming words and syllables
STANZA:a formal division of lines in a poem considered as a unit
SYMBOLISM: the use of one thing to represent another
-Example: A dove is a symbol for peace.
THEME: the central idea of a work
TONE: author’s attitude toward the subject of the work; usually positive or negative
-Example: The tone of a piece of literature could be pessimistic, optimistic, angry or sarcastic.
VOICE: the author’s presence in a work or literature