Poetry Questions and Answers

The repetition of a consonant sound, particularly the initial consonants of two or more words.

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The following extract is an example of Symbolism. In poetry, symbolism is something that can be used to represent something else. The symbols in poetry are used to enhance the overall feel or the ...

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To be honest, this questions confuse me a bit as lazy lizards lounge cannot be considered as an onomatopoeia as lizards do not make that kind of a sound whereas whispers, slaps and smacks are the ...

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B. Tells a story, has a plot and an ending

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Whisper, slap, smack I hear in the lunch room

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Edgar made $15 from his poem, The Raven. This happened in the 1840s, and around that time, $15 would be equivalent to several hundred bucks in today's time. Hence, it is safe to say that Edgar ...

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The three pillars of poetry include rhythm, imagery, and emotional aspect. The rhythm of the poetry can be considered as the major section as it includes the speed and tempo with which the poetry ...

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Lyric poems are normally short and try to convey a single thought or idea. Generally speaking, lyric poetry is short compared to an epic poem. Furthermore, it only consist of a single speaker who ...

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AABB CCDD. The rhyming scheme of a poem can be considered as the pattern of rhymes that exist at each end of a line in the poem. A rhyming scheme is indicated with letters, which tells us which ...

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