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Poetic devices of believer
Transcript of Poetic devices of believer
"Singing from heart ache from the pain
Take up my message from the veins
Speaking my lesson from the brain..." both pain and brain rhyme perfectly
Overall, "Believer" is about someone who finds meaning in the pain in his life. We don't know for sure that this is autobiographical to anyone in the band, but there's such emotion in the vocalization that it's hard to not believe that this song has deep personal meaning. The song is the declaration of a person who has experienced great pain in his life but who has learned important things about himself through those experiences.
"I was broken from a young age"
Personification, you can't literally be broken at a young age.
"Falling like ashes to the ground""
This is a simile because it uses "like" to compare two things.
This little section of the song would be considered an onomatopoeia since the sound is being said.
"You made me a, you made me a believer, believer
You break me down, you built me up, believer, believer" The word believer is said multiple times at the end.
Meaning of " believer
Daniel Coulter "Dan" Reynolds (born July 14, 1987) is an American musician, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. He is the lead vocalist for the rock band Imagine Dragons.
Who wrote the song?