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Kalee Bailey

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By Kalee Bailey Poetry in Music Poetry type of rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of speech and imagery to appeal to the reader's emotions and imagination The Fireman George Strait They call me the fireman
That's my name
Making my rounds all over town
Putting out old flames Chris LeDoux Stampede Stampede is a Narrative poem because Chris LeDoux is telling a story about an event he experienced in dream Narrative Poem Tells a story inverse, such as ballads and epics Lyric Poetry Poetry that does not tell a story but is aimed only at expressing a speakers emotions or thoughts The fireman is an example of poetry because it appeals to the reader's imagination Jason Aldean- Back in this Cigarette Callin' your name it's a waste of my breath
There's no reachin' you across this cold and empty bed
Stirrin' up ashes, tyin' to find passion
Where there's no love left
It's like trying to put smoke back in this cigarette Back in this Cigarette is a lyric poem because he is expressing his thoughts of wanting to undo everything by putting smoke back into a cigarette Ballad Song that tells a story Chris LeDoux- Cadillac Ranch Cadillac ranch is a Ballad because he is telling the listener how he and his family created a band to save their farm Stanza Group of consecutive lines in a poem that form a single unit Avril Lavigne- Black Star Black star...Black star
Forever you will be
A shining star...shining star
Be whatever you can be
A rock star..rock star
You will always be
A black star...black star...black star...black star...black star...black star Black star is a stanza because the consecutive lines form one single unit Rhythm Musical quality in language produced by repetition LMFAO Party Rock Anthem Throughout the entire song Party Rock Anthem keeps a steady rhythm Dramatic Poem Presents the speech of one or more characters and are like little plays Chris LeDoux- This Cowboy's hat This cowboy's hat is a dramatic poem because Chris's friend makes a 'Speech' about how he got his hat and plays out like a scene of a play Free Verse Poetry that does not have a regular meter or rhyme scheme Avril Lavigne- Push Been seeing to much of you lately
And you're starting to get on my nerves
This is exactly what happened last time
And it's not what we deserve
It's a wast of my time lately
And I'm running out of words Push is an example of free verse because there is no regular rhyme scheme or meter Imagery Language that appeals to the scenes Jason Aldean- Tattoos on this Town There's still black marks on that county road, where we drag raced our pick-ups and mustangs
And weathered all the sun and rain
And to this day up on that overpass, even underneath the new paint, you can still see, "Allie, will you marry me?" Tattoos on this town is an example of imagery because it appeals to your senses and allows you to see what Jason Aldean sees Apostrophe A figure of speech in which the narrator speaks directly to an idea, quality, object, or a person who is not present Montgomery Gentry- Where I come from In Where I come from, Montgomery Gentry are speaking to an audience that is not present, as well as the idea that no matter what they are proud of where they came from Alliteration Repetition of the same or very similar sounds usually at teh beginings of words that are close together in a poem Florida Georgia Line- Cruise She was sippin' on southern
And singin' marshal tucker
We were fallin' in love in the sweet heart of summer Cruise is an example of alliteration because "sippin', singin', and fallin' " all make similar sounds. Assonance Repetition of similar vowel sounds that are followed by different consonant sounds, especially in words that are close together in a poem Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers- Running down a dream I had the radio on, I was drivin'
Trees flew by, me and Del were singin'
Little runaway
I was flyin" Running down a dream is an example of assonance because it repeats similar vowel sounds that are followed by a different consonant sound Figure of Speech Word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of another and is not meant to be understood on a literal level 3 Doors Down- Kryptonite I took a walk around the world
To ease my troubled mind
I left my body laying somewhere
In the sands of time
But I watched the world float
to the dark side of the moon Kryptonite is a figure of speech because he didn't really "walk around the world" nor did he "watch the world float to the dark side of the moon" Onomatopoeia use of a word whose sound imitates or suggests its meaning One Direction- Heart attack And I'm like (Ow!) never thought it'd hurt so bad gettin' over you-ooh
And (Ow!) your givin' me a heart attack Lookin' like you do-ooh The Ow! in Heart Attack is a form of onomatopoeia Hyperbole Figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong emotion or create comic effect Ke$ha- Dinosaur D-I-N-O-S-A-U-R
You are a dinosaur
You are a dinosaur
Your just an old man, hitting on me what?
You need a cat scan In this example Ke$ha is exaggerating the age of this man, he is not really a Dinosaur, but he is too old for her Personification Kind of a metaphor in which a nonhuman thing or quality is talked about as if it were human Carrie Underwood- Wheel of the World Love goes out, out like a light
Out like a flame, and you can't find it anymore
Just when you think its lost in the rain
It comes knocking back at your door In this song, Carrie Underwood personifies Love, speaking about it as if it were human, and capable of "Knocking back at your door" Simile Figure of speech that makes a comparison between two unlike things, using a word such as like, as, resembles, or than Jason Aldean- Church pew or Bar stool There's only two means of salvation around here that seem to work
Whiskey or the bible, a shot glass or revival
When you don't seem to run on either side of the fence
People act like you don't make sense Church pew or Bar stool is a simile because he is comparing a christian lifestyle to that of someone who may not necessarily have the same beliefs, while using like Metaphor Figure of speech that makes a comparison between two unlike things, in which one thing becomes another thing without the use of the word like, as, resembles, or than Montgomery Gentry- So Called Life This ain't no rodeo
No dog and pony show
Ain't no roller-coaster ride
Ain't no highway
Sure ain't no river baby
It's just my so called life In this song montgomery gentry is comparing a rodeo, dog and horse show, roller-coaster rides, highways, and rivers to his life which he thinks is not so easy Oxymoron Puts together two opposing or contradictory ideas that suggests paradox George Strait- Ocean Front Property I got some ocean front property in Arizona.
From my front porch you can see the sea.
I got some ocean front property in Arizona.
If you'll buy that, I'll through the golden gate in free Ocean front property is an example of an oxymoron because, there is no ocean front property in Arizona, therefore making this a paradox. Rhyme Scheme the pattern of end rhymes in a poem One Direction- Live while we're young Live While We're Young is a rhyme scheme because all the end rhymes are the same By Kalee Bailey
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