This is the opposite of rhyming because it focuses on the same beginning sound.
The lion roared when the snake hissed at it.
A blank space between lines of poetry
He was as strong as a steam train.
The way the author “sounds” (his/her feeling or attitude)
When a word sounds close to how it is spelled/written.
She was a little mouse in a library when she took the test.
Words that paint a picture in your head, appealing to the senses
Bob ate burgers until he burped.
When words like gray, sullen, dreary, teary-eyed, silent express sadness
Comparing two things without using ‘like’ or ‘as’.
Mate and weight
The room felt like a sweltering jungle in the summer.
A way to “show” the reader that you are changing ideas
An exaggeration of something to make it sound “more/less” than it is.
The golden sun slowly rose in the emerald blue sky, spreading warmth on us
When you give a “thing” human abilities, actions, or qualities.
2 or more words that have the same ending sound
I think that the sky misses the sun at night
She cried for a week straight!!
Line 1 – Buzzing past my swollen ear on a warm July night
Line 2 – Like a child, whining for sweet things
Line 3 – The blood in my veins calls it to come close
Line 4 – You awful, tiny vampire with wings!!!!!
Line 5 – If I stay still, I think I can kill
Line 6 – But her 8 million kids she brings
What Line #____ shows personification.
What line shows an internal rhyme?
What line shows the MOST alliteration?
Which line shows onomatopoeia?
Which line shows a simile?
Which line contains a metaphor?
What is the rhyme scheme of this poem?
Which line uses the MOST imagery (most senses)?
What is the tone of this poem?
What is the "figurative" message of this poem?
Summer can be a fun time!
Kids and sweet things make summer great.
8 million kids is way too many.