(Original post by iJess)
- A literary, classical or contemporary reference to some other event or work
- Having a double or unclear meaning
Appeals to the senses
- Images/words that are intended to rouse sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch etc. e.g ''swell to the gourd''
- A very ancient poem telling a story.
Everyday or informal language
- a pair of lines of verse usually of the same length
- a double meaning
- carrying a sentence beyond the end of a line, couplet or stanza
- Giving a name or description to something to which it is not literally applicable and continuing it through stanza's or a whole poem.
- Exaggerating something so much that it cannot be taken literally
- The first 8 lines in a sonnet
- words that sound like their meaning e.g crash, twitter, bang, slam
- language producing feelings of pity or sorrow
- a line of 10 syllables
- attributing a person or animals nature to a thing or idea
- a stanza or group of 4 lines usually with alternate rhymes
- a form of entertainment e.g a novel or a play which uses ridicule or irony for effect
[B]Sestet[/B The last 6 lines of a sonnet
A comparison of one thing to another using ''as'' or ''like''
A 14 line poem with length and rhyme according to one of the various schemes
4 or more rhymed lines repeated as a unit
Hope this helps, sorry it took me longer