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  1. Poetry Jeopardy

  2. This poem by Langston Hughes personifies Harlem as a beautiful dancing woman.

  3. “Jukebox Love Song” Back

  4. This poem by Sylvia Plath personifies the title in the quote: “Diet on Water”

  5. “Mushrooms” Back

  6. This type of Japanese poem has a syllable structure of 5/7/5

  7. Haiku Back

  8. This type of sonnet has a rhyme scheme of ababbcbccdcdee

  9. Spencerian Back

  10. Superman crushed the villain: “BANG! BAM! BOOM! POW! SLAP!”

  11. Onomatopoeia Back

  12. Why does love always feel like a Battlefield?

  13. Simile Back

  14. Eliana is as pretty as a princess.

  15. Simile Back

  16. Love is a Battlefield

  17. Metaphor Back

  18. This is a 14 line poem, written in iambic pentameter

  19. Sonnet Back

  20. Jake saved the cake Sadie made for the bakery.

  21. Assonance Back

  22. Roses are RedViolets are BlueHow you do in this classIs all up to you!

  23. ABCB Back

  24. Pants on the groundPants on the groundLookin’ like a foolWith your pants on the groundGold tooth in your mouthHat turned roundLookin like a foolWith your pants on the ground

  25. AABACABA Back

  26. This is the rhyme scheme for a Shakespearean Sonnet

  27. ABAB CDCD EFEF GG Back

  28. This type of poem has no specific rhyme scheme or metered structure

  29. Free Verse Back

  30. Daily Double

  31. An Extreme Exaggeration(If you don’t get this right, I’ll just die!)

  32. Hyperbole Back

  33. Jack and JillWent up the HillTo fetch a paleOf water

  34. AABC Back

  35. This poem by Kinnell is known for it’s onomatopoeia: “squeeze…squinch…splurge…” mmmmm… sounds yummy!

  36. “Blackberry Eating” Back

  37. The cupcake stared at me until I devoured it in two big bites!

  38. Personification Back

  39. This type of sonnet has a rhyme scheme of abbaabbacdecde

  40. Petrarchanor Italian Back

  41. “silken, sad, uncertain, rustling . . “

  42. Consonance Back

  43. This poem by Walker uses images like “wind-swept cities” and “ghostly marching”…I wish I know the title, but I just can’t remember

  44. “Memory” Back

  45. This poem by Langston Hughes demonstrates “variations” in tone and mood

  46. “Dream Variations” Back

  47. A repeated phrase or verse in poetry is called this; it also means to do something“nevermore”

  48. Refrain Back

  49. This type of sonnet ends in a sestet.

  50. Petrarchanor Italian Back