This "Escape the Room" game is perfect to help students review key concepts in an advanced poetry unit in a fun and engaging way. This resource was created for use in an AP English Literature course, but could work in any upper level ELA class teaching poetry. Students move through seven stations and must read poetry by William Blake, William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Theodore Roethke and Seamus Heaney in order to answer questions and decode a message. The questions cover the topics of iambic pentameter, stanzas, tone, shift in tone, poetic forms (villanelle, elegy, sestina, etc.), and poetic devices. Students then self-assess whether they have "solved" each station based on whether their decoded message makes sense, and will revisit stations until they can read a clear message! As created, the message reads "APReady". However, this resource is provided as a Word document so it can be modified to meet your classroom's needs.