Types of Poems
 Epic
a long, highly stylized narrative poem
that recounts 
the heroic achievements
of its hero
Lyric
emotional,
song-like poetry that doesn't tell a story
Sonnet
14-line poem usually written in iambic pentameter
Ballad 
narrative
poem, usually of folk origin, intended
to be sung, usually having simple stanzas
Elegy
poem of mourning, 
usually for a deceased person
Haiku
3-line poem, usually about nature, with 5 syllables
in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the third
a light, humorous, five-line verse with an aabba rhyme pattern, 8 syllables in lines 1, 2, and 5, and 5 syllables in lines 3 and 4
Free Verse
poetry that does not have any regular rhyme nor meter 

Alliteration Creature Poem