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Knock Knock- Daniel Beatty

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Omar Nuaman

on 23 February 2014

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Transcript of Knock Knock- Daniel Beatty

People should come to realize that people are not born to blindly follow or seek help from others, but to develop their own personalities and help make the world a better place
Purpose/Audience
"So you must learn to knock for yourself"
Tone
Knock Knock- Daniel Beaty
People should come to realize that people are not born to blindly follow or seek help from others, but to develop their own personalities and help make the world a better place
Structure
Free Verse
No rhyme

"He would knock knock on my door, And I'd pretend to be asleep till he got right next to the bed"
Metaphor
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Tone
repetition
"Shave in one direction with strong deliberate strokes to avoid irritation."
Onomatopoeia
"No longer will I be there to knock knock on your door"
"Knock knock down doors of racism and poverty that I could not"
Repetition
Knock knock on doors of opportunity
For the lost brilliance of the black men who crowd these sells.
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