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Literary Devices Poem

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Ashlyn Allgood-Alcala

on 8 May 2011

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Transcript of Literary Devices Poem

Onomatopoeia Poetry Project!! By Ashlyn Allgood-Alcala Hyperbole Giants standing tall as mountains

Towering over midgets

Bring eyes above the common ground

To heights no longer small.

Arms of tree trunks wrap

In comfort gentle, softness

Unthought of due to size,

Yet welcomed in their strength.

Giants standing tall as mountains

Towering over midgets

Bring eyes above the common ground

To heights no longer small.

Arms of tree trunks wrap

In comfort gentle, softness

Unthought of due to size,

Yet welcomed in their strength.

Imagery Paradox The newborn flowers blossom
in all sizes and vivid colors.
When you walk by, their sweet
and luscious aromas ensnare you..
The beautiful butterflies titter
Around the light grassy areas.
The trees are full of lush, dark green leaves.
Spring is when you can really savor
the intense scent of nature.

Alliteration Four frustrated frogs
Fighting in the frost
Freezing breezing sneezing
Four fragile frogs
Frozen in the frost
Giants standing tall as mountains

Towering over midgets

Bring eyes above the common ground

To heights no longer small.

Arms of tree trunks wrap

In comfort gentle, softness

Unthought of due to size,

Yet welcomed in their strength Clap! Clap!
Stomp! Stomp!
Swish! Swish!
This is the way we get through
Our games.
The crowd shouts,
”Yahoo!”
The ball soars through the air.
Then, bounce, bounce, bounce.
The audience holds its breath.
SWISH!
The ball goes in;
We win! Night remembers the light of a
newborn
star.
Night remembers how he held
the little
star,
And now you can see
the star,
Much bigger now
for now it is
the sun.
Autumn's change, brings out the range
Of colors bright and bold
Tints of brown fall to the ground
With sprinkles of red and gold
Crisp, cool air, sky blue and fair
The song of autumn is told
The days flow, the north wind knows
Winter's coming - it's getting cold The use of words that sound like what they mean such as “buzz.” The repetition of first consonants in a group of words The use of description that helps the reader imagine how something looks, sounds, feels, smells, or taste A huge exaggeration A seeming contradiction Autumn's change, brings out the range
Of colors bright and bold
Tints of brown fall to the ground
With sprinkles of red and gold
Crisp, cool air, sky blue and fair
The song of autumn is told
The days flow, the north wind knows
Winter's coming - it's getting cold
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