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by Sara Teasdale

Barter: Figure It Out True or False

1. "Music like a curve of gold" is an example of [ ]. -> simile
2. Rhyme that comes at the end of a line of poetry is called [ ]. -> simple rhyme
3. "Soaring fire" is and example of [ ]. -> personification
4. The pattern of rhyme in a poem is called [ ]. -> awesome
5. A unit of one unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable is [ ]. -> poetry