Poetry vs. Prose Quiz

Poetry
language sung, chanted, spoken, or written according to some recurrence that emphasizes the relationship of words according to sound as well as meaning.

Prose
the form of written language or everyday speech that is not organized according to the formal patterns of verse.

Narrative Poetry
the class of poems that tell stories.

Ballard
Form of Narrative Poetry- a story told in song, usually derived from a tragic incident in local history or legend

Epic
Form of Narrative Poetry- a long narrative poem celebrating the deeds of one or more legendary heroes, in a grand, ceremonious style.

Lyric Poetry
any fairly short poem expressing the personal mood, felling, or meditation of a single speaker.

Blank Verse
unrhymed verse form used by Shakespeare in his plays.

Free Verse
poetry with irregular line length, no rhyme, and no regular meter

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