Poetic Techniques

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

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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