Poetry (unseen and seen) help

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Meaning of tone
The emotion that the author is feeling as they write
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Hyperbole
Extreme exaggeration.
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Emotive language
Words that create an emtion
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Metaphor
A figure of speech compares unlike objects
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onomatopeia
The use of words whose sounds suggest their meaning
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imagery
creates a picture in your mind.
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Theme
the central idea of the poem and what it calls about
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simile
comparison using as and like
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Personification
When animals or objects are said to have human characteristics.
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Enjambment
When a sentence runs into another without punctuation.
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Rhyme
When two or more words have same sound at the end of a sentence.
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Repetition
When a sentence or phrase is repeated. Poet does this for effect.
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Structure
The organisation of a poem including how many stanzas it has.
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Extreme exaggeration.

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Hyperbole

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Words that create an emtion

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Card 4

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A figure of speech compares unlike objects

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The use of words whose sounds suggest their meaning

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