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My Super Awesome Poetry Portfolio

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1: Similes A simile is an exaggeration using the phrases like or as. Here are a couple of examples. Her hair was as wild as a tornado!

2: The clouds were as puffy as marshmallows.

3: The car was as big as Goliath! The grass was as short as an elf. The rain was pouring as quick as a cheetah.

4: Alliteration The deliberate repetition of consonant sounds. Alliteration Poem Eager Elephant is very eager

5: Eager Elephant eagerly lives in Eager Elephant City Eager Elephant eagerly likes other eager elephants

6: Eager Elephant eagerly dislikes eager elephant bullies Eager Elephant eagerly hugs me every eager day

7: Hyperbole An obvious and inferential exaggeration

9: Idioms A combination of of words that has a meaning that's different from the meanings of the individual words themselves.

10: catch a cold-to get sick see eye to eye-agree under the weather-not very well idioms

11: pics catch a cold under the weather

12: pics continued see eye to eye

13: Metaphors A figure of speech that compares two objects without using like or as

14: That monster's uglier than a roach! | My bed's a cloud!

15: Onomatopoeia Using words that imitate the sound they denote

16: The snake hissed at me. | The duck hates quacking.

17: The cat always purrs as you pet it.

18: Personification The attribution of a personal nature or character to inanimate objects

19: The door ran on the floor and hit the wall. The leaf danced to the ground.

20: The CD player sang. Synecdoche A figure of speech in which a part is used

21: for a whole, a whole for a part, the specific for the general, or the general for the specific.

22: His parents bought him a new set of wheels. (bicycle) Use your head to figure it out. (brain)

23: Rhyming Couplets- A pair of two lines that rhyme which means identity in sound in some part, especially the end.

24: "I cannot go to school today." Said little Peggy Ann McKay My fever is getting so darn high

25: I think that I may soon die I have a haircut that's so bad When people laugh, it makes me sad

26: I really have a super bad flu I don't think the school really serves stew

27: I really have a super bad cold I can't believe you've never been told

28: I also have super bad teeth I think I'll be laughed at by my friend Keith

29: What's that? What's that you say? You say today is...Saturday? G'bye! I'm going out to play!

30: Rhythm The internal feel of beat and metre

31: Ride, Ride, Ride your bike Racing through the road Race, Race through the game

32: Until you finish the mode

33: Bill and Tom went up the ladder Since they wanted to be radder But Bill punched Tom and then they fell

34: And then Tom began to yell

35: THE END!

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  • Title: My Super Awesome Poetry Portfolio
  • A mixbook on poetic devices. Enjoy!
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  • Published: over 7 years ago