1.Speaker- The person who is supposed to be saying the poem.
2.Intended audience- The person/people the poem is aimed at.
3.Line- What poems are made up of, all the words in each row.
4.Stanza- A fixed # of lines of verse forming a unit of a poem.
5. Rhythm- the arrangement of spoken words alternating stressed and unstressed elements.
6.Foot- The combination of a strong stress and the associated weak stress or stresses, which make up the recurrent metric unit of a line.
7.Meter- The recurrence in regular units, of a prominent feature in the sequence of speech sounds of a language.
8.Internal rhythm- a rhyme between words in the same line.
9End Rhyme- Rhymed on the terminal syllables of the verses.
10.Rhyme scheme- The arrangement of rhymes in a poem or stanza.
11.Alliteration-The repetition of a speech sound in a sequence of nearby words.
12.Consonance-The repetition of 2 or more consonants (or consonant patterns) especially at the ends of words.
13.Assonance- The repetition of identical or similar vowels in a sequence of nearby words.
14.Onomatopoiea- use of words or phrases that imitates or describes the sound it names.
15.Imagery-The use of vivid or figurative language to represent objects, actions, or ideas.
16.Simile- a comparison of 2 unlike things; indicated by the word “like” or “as”
17.Personification- an ontological metaphor in which a thing or abstraction is represented as a person.