Which poetry term refers to the repetition of the same or very similar consonant sounds in words that are close together?
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These are all very basic poetry terms that should be defined in the glossary of any text book you might be using. It appears that you are looking for someone to just hand you the answer which is cheating and is not allowed here. Now I would be more than happy to discuss further any of these terms and explain them in more depth than your glossary does, but your glossary should be sufficient to answer this question.
umm i have online classes and most of the time our hw questions are not from the lesson and this one wasn't..
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Well I still can't just give you the answer. What I can do is give you an example of each of your choices and you should be able to figure out which answer is right.
The water lapped eagerly at the shore.
Put your hand behind the wainscot,
You have done your part;
Find the penknife there and plunge it
Into your cold heart.
Put it on the table please.
I will fall like an ocean on that court.
He went on and on.
Enough, already! I'm on it!
With a sound like seed spilled.
i got a tutor on tutor.com and someone helped me find out the answer : Alliteration