A single line in a poem.
A group of lines.
Two lines of verse, usually in the same meter and joined by rhyme, that form a unit.
Words that end with similar sounds; usually at the end of a line.
The pattern of rhymes within the poem.
The name of the poem.
This is what the poem is all about.
Emotions involved in a poem.
Each line of a poem must begin with capital letters.
This is the way a poem is arranged on a page.
The person who writes the poem. They usually leave their signature.