Poetic Techniques

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J I I A O C Q E Q R M B D S K P O W N L F
G P C T I F M D P D K E E X L H H H N E U
C F T X T J T A O N M K F C P V S O S S H
U W M U A V L S I R M B R A P H I R E E M
D N A Q C U A Y U G B Q T E I T E E U N R
D X C F I B R L I E S E C W A V R W B Q U
F X A G F D P U H X M N X R E E H Y O D S
S O L C I I F F X O A A E E W N U T P Y U
T Q O Y N I A Q Y N M T R E C J U M N Q N
R G M R O H A F O B I F L S Y A K W H X X
U W K E S I S S P L M O E E C M P G S T D
C I A G R P S O L W B R F T E B X T N L J
T M X A E A H A R R J M F O F M F M P I E
U T C M P L C H E T V V N T L E T R F C G
R D C I C M F P K S V M I I L N S Y B A P
E H C X B X Y L G N D D X L X T I P I B B
H A P S N H G S W V K J F T E U K T Y K P
U X Y L I D L M D O K S G X I J H I N U F
E T T K K O X J C K C U S G Q U L X P F I
J U A N V N R X J X X E V M O U E V X S V

Clues

  • A line of poetry which runs on to the next line or stanza, without any punctuation. (10)
  • A phrase which is positive, by using a negative. (7)
  • Describing something by saying it is something else. (8)
  • Language that produces pictures in the minds of people reading or listening. (7)
  • Poetry written without any regular pattern in rhyme, rhythm or line lengths. (4, 5)
  • The use of the same letter or sound at the beginning of words that are close together. (12)
  • The use of the same vowel sound in words which are close together. (9)
  • The way in which the parts of something are connected together, arranged or organized. (9)
  • When an inanimate object is given human qualities. (15)
  • When deliberate exaggeration is used for emphasis. (9)

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