Hey there, young poets! Did you know that, just like its rhythmic flow, poetry has some unique terms you can learn? Words not just to use in your poems but to understand, discuss, and analyze. Introduce your students to poetry's unique language with this worksheet defining six key terms: line, stanza, couplet, triplet, quatrain, and voice. Two raccoon-themed poems exemplify these terms. The sheet concludes with four questions and a couplet, which students are required to complete by supplying the final word.