The Gallery of Purple Poetry

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by JuanPosada
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Language Arts
Subject:
Poetry

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The Gallery of Purple Poetry

Metaphor

The Gallery of Purple Poetry

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Alitteration

Onomotopoeia

Personification

Words whose sounds imitate their meaning

The repetition of an initial consonant sound in a series of words

A comparison of two unlikthings one is dissimilar object or thing

Metaphors

Simile

Hyperbole

'Honey, you are rock,Upon which I stand...Honey, you are a sea,Upon which I float...'

Personification

Onomotopoeia

Alitteration

"11 was a racehorse22 was 121111 race22112"Clues= sometimes 1=won 2=too sometimes not.

How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, / In the icy air of night!; To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells / From the bells, bells, bells, bells, / Bells, bells, bells / From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells.

My food loves to prance, to jump, to dance;I wait for the time, I wait for the chance!As mommy goes in and out of the room;tables and chairs become their ballroom!I flick my fingers; swing my wrist.Beans and turkey are doing the twist!Peas, plumbs, apples or mangos;on to the walls, they're doing the tango!

a comparison of two unlike things using like or as

Simile

Giving human qualities to non-human things

Internal Rhyme

Partial Rhyme

Hyperbole

an exaggeration that cannot possibly be true and is not meant to be taken literally

Complete Rhyme

End Rhyme

End rhyme is when the last syllables within a verse rhyme

End rhyme is when the last syllables within a verse rhyme

a rhyme in which the stressed syllables of ending consonants match, however the preceding vowel sounds do not match.

a case in which two words rhyme in such a way that their final stressed vowel and all following sounds are identical

Life is but life, and death but death!/Bliss is but bliss, and breath but breath/And if, indeed, I fail,/At least to know the worst is sweet./Defeat means nothing but defeat,/No drearier can prevail

Poem byEmily Dickinson


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