The measurement of the length of the whole poem
A way of keeping track of a poem
Sounds of words that are similar in a poem
Stress or unstressed syllables giving rhythm
Thought of a poet
Paragraph of a poem
A line of traditional poetry written in meter
All of the above
"When the nightingale to his mate Sings day-long and night late, My love and I keep state In bower, In flower."
"Not only sands and gravels, Were once more on their travels..."
"I know that I shall meet my fate, Somewhere among the clouds above; Those that I fight I do not hate, Those that I guard I do not love."
"Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers."
"...my handmaiden is a worrisome lot.."
"far to the legions of distant countries..."
"And the fish swim in the lake and do not even own clothing."
"The bacon began to hiss and sizzle."
"The barnacles which encrust the side of the wave, cannot hide..."
A fourteen line poem
Vowel sounds that repeat and rhyme within or at the end of lines of poetry
Rhyming in every other line of poetry
A, B, A
A, B, C
A, A, A