The meaning of a verb
The feeling a word gives you when you hear it
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word
The way an adverb attaches itself to the meaning of the verb
One piece of poetry (or other literary work) makes reference to another piece of literature, character, or famous situation within the poem...
A poem in which the characters or descriptions convey a hidden symbolic or moral message.
Something which can't be seen
The concluding section of a poem
Pictures created by artists
Pictures created in a reader's mind by authors purely by the author's words
Flowers, and birds, and stuff like that
A true statement that seems to contradict itself
Something that is different from what it seems
Language that appeals to the senses
Repetition of accented vowels
The tone and mood of a piece of writing can cause the style to be negative or positive.
The way someone dresses and thinks/feels --fancy and plain are examples
The tone and style are basically intertwined in a piece of writing, POSITIVE and NEGATIVE are types one can expect
Describes the ways that the author uses words — the author's word choice, sentence structure, figurative language, and sentence arrangement all work together to establish mood, images, and meaning in the text. Some examples are: SIMPLE, COMPLEX, etc
The dictionary meaning of a word
The feeling you get from a word
The ending of a word
The word itself
The tone of the poem
The atmosphere or feelings the author creates for the reader
Hopeful or sad, etc.
Giving the central idea or theme of a poem
Two lines in a poem that have the same rhythm
Two poems that are very similar in regards to style and theme
Two lines in a poem that rhyme and make a unit
Two lines in a poem that form a meter
When you give a sign
A person, place, object, or action that stands for something BEYOND itself.
A response that gives reason for the theme of a poem
The person reading the poem
The person giving a speech about a poem and its theme
The voice - or narrator - that talks to the reader in a poem (does not have to be the author)